Which one should i get

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Which one should i get?

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Jul 5, 2007

Which one should i get by xcalibur at 5:16 PM (944 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. xcalibur
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    Member xcalibur Gbatemp's Chocolate Bear

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    Ive narrowed it down to 2 possible choices, help me decide which is the best for me

    option 1

    White NDS replacement kit. $18
    EZ Flash IV (mini-sd) $36.95
    R4 $35.95
    White replacement styluses $6.90
    Shipping $26(DHL)

    Total : $123.80

    Option 2

    Black NDS replacement kit. $18
    EZ Flash 3 in 1 (Gba size). $21.95
    Black replacement styluses. $6.90
    R4. $35.95
    Shipping. $20(DHL)

    Total: $102.80

    Price doesnt matter to me because i can fully afford both solutions and the memory cards required.
    Also, I am buying from Gameyeeeah.com and since the orders are over $50, i have to use DHL shipping. But thats fine by me.

    Help me decide my fellow tempers!
     
  2. O.G

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    I will have to say option 1, if your going to play a lot of GBA games in a frequent occurrence.
    If your only going to play one game at a time for a extended period, and play more NDS games. I will say option 2 for the rumble feature.
     
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    Ok, so I'll narrow it down a bit. You state price isn't too much of a factor, but if you can save a bit, wouldn't you? [​IMG]

    Now, Option 2 is my choice, due to it being cheaper, and also you have the R4 + 3 in 1 which go really well together. You get GBA game support (1 at a time though), browser and exclusive rumble if you are interested.

    Now, option 1 is recommended if you truly want more GBA game storage and if you are inclined more to the White Kit.

    If not, go for Option 2. [​IMG]

    Edit: Oops, just noticed you have a Phat (you mention GBA size 3 in 1).
     
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    Option 2, for the same reasons as above
     
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    Is it not possible, using rudolphs tool, to play gba games from the PSram?
    if so, then ill go take the second option...
    The reason im unsure is because i dont want to wait 5 minutes each tim i load up a gba game.
     
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    You can play them from PSRAM. It takes hardly any time
     
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    Thanks alot 4saken
    NO FLASHING TO NOR?!??!
    OPTION 2 IT IS [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  8. 4saken

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    Well you can flash to NOR if you need to make it stay there (until you flash another game). And you also can't play games larger than 16 MB from PSRAM
     
  9. xcalibur
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    I guess my reply was a little bit vague, what i meant to say was that i wont have to keep flashing games to NOR if i want to play them.
    I always do my homework [​IMG]
     

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