wich R4?

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Jan 7, 2011

wich R4? by erradicator at 3:06 AM (804 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. erradicator
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    2 weeks ago bought a M3i zero, and i'm having a lot of black screens and "no sd card" problems, so i decided to buy a new flashcart.
    so which one should i get?
     
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    [*]The original R4.
    NOT "R4-III Upgrade", NOT "R4-SDHC", NOT "R4i NDSLL", NOT "R4 Red", NOT "R4 King"...
    NOT ANYTHING ELSE WITH "R4" IN THE NAME! JUST "R4 Revolution For DS".

    The cheap card for somebody that just wants to play games on a DS/Lite.

    [*]R4i Gold
    The cheap card for somebody that wants to play games on a DSi with more storage.

    [*]Acekard 2i
    Mid-range card for people that want to play games on a DSi/XL with some extra features.

    [*]EZ-Flash Vi
    Higher-end card with even more features.

    [*]Supercard DSTwo
    Pretty much the ultimate card right now.

    • DS / DS Lite
      The card will work on an original (fat) DS or a DS Lite.
    • DSi / DSi XL
      The card will work on a DSi or DSi XL as well.
    • Game Updates
      Firmware updates are what let cards play newer games, these are the life-blood of the card.
    • SDHC
      SDHC refers to SD cards larger than 2GB (gigabytes). If there's no SDHC support, you can only use SD cards up to 2GB.
    • WiFi Update
      The Acekard 2i can update it's cheats (and get minor bug fixes) over WiFi without having to connect to a computer.
    • Auto Ap Bypass
      Some carts have special features to ignore AP in most games, letting you play them without having to wait for a firmware update first. The Acekard only has partial support for this right now.
    • RTS
      The Real-Time Save (Save State) function lets you save and reload your game progress at any moment you wish.
    • In-Game Guide
      You can pull up text files and images in-game, in order to check a walkthrough or map you downloaded at any time during a game.
    • Slow Motion
      The card lets you slow down the game speed as you wish.
    • In-Game Cheats
      The card lets you create and modify cheats while the game is running.
    • Special Homebrew
      The card has multiple pieces of special homebrew, such as it's own GBA and SNES emulators, as well as text/PDF reader and video player.
    • Battery Life
      Unfortunately the DSTwo's extra CPU and RAM (which give it the special features) eat into the battery life a bit.
     
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    You're using R4 as a generic term for flashcart, which it isn't. The best cart if you just want to play games, is the Acekard 2i and the ultimate cart is the Supercard DS2.
     
  4. erradicator
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    i know the R4 is not a generic term for flashcart. i just thought it was the better, and since i found a lot of versions of it i decided to ask.

    and thanks, cause once again i was not making the wright choice.

    any europe cheap site to order from, cause from the one i ordered the M3 it will cost me around $36..
     
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    There's not "versions of it", there's "a lot of clones using the R4 name to get sales". Like none of them even use R4 hardware anymore (because it's old, as you can see from the chart it's really basic).
     

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