Would it be worth buying an EZF Advance cartridge?

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  1. NintendoGuy128
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    I was wondering if it would be worth buying an EZF Advance cartridge for the real time clock and compatibility features, as I have found a seller but for $90. So would you guys think it would be worth $90? Thanks. :yaysp:
     
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    I assume you mean http://wiki.pocketheaven.com/index.php?title=EZF_Advance rather than http://wiki.pocketheaven.com/index.php?title=EZ-Flash_II

    Depends how much you want to play games with RTC and not be marginally limited by the patches those few RTC games have. Personally I do not see the appeal of playing RTC games as though they were stock and the quibbles with patches are truly minor.

    $90 is a bit steep perhaps as we do see better thought of cards (though the EZFA was by no means ill thought of) with more space.
    When you say "compatibility features" what do you mean? It was sold as such but in reality it is the same as every other non supercard, non cyclo card.
     
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    Well anyway someone bought it, but yeah $90 is a bit steep. But I wanted one or something similar really for the RTC, but also for the novelty of an older cart. If only they still made M3 Perfects. Thanks anyway! :)