Thoughts on this ?
Lately im sure you have all heard of the Passme Device for the Nintendo DS which enables you to play Homebrew DS Games and Demos on the DS (If you have a GBA Flash Card), then last week we had <a href="http://users.belgacom.net/bn967347/" target="_blank" >Fireflys Wireless Boot Method</a> but now it seems theres a Nintendo DS Flash Cart in the making, heres the what the Nintendo DS Flash Carts specs are:
<BLOCKQUOTE>The GBA / SP / NDS 3in1 Flash cart is coming soon!
Memory size form 512Mb to 1Gb
Support NDS cart save
With Magic Key Technology
Directly support TXT / HTML / JPG / GIF / BMP / PNG / NES / SEGA GG / PC-E
/ GB / GBA / NEO(NDS)..... many file format.</BLOCKQUOTE>
Heres a Picture of the box:
Thoughts on this ?
Well for the Homebrew community its excellent news but not everyone will see it as such. Yes its real and youll see much more soon.
great news i'd say, exciting times for the DS right now. Looks like DS homebrew is sprinting off past the PSP.
Sounds like great news indeed, just got a DS myself not long ago thanks to wraggster.
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Sounds good, but where did you get the info on this? Can't seem to find anything about this anywhere else. Also any idea on release dates, prices, etc..
Hopefully a good SNES Emu isnt far away. A flash cart, custom firmware, great hardware... things are lookin good. I just hope SFX chips can be emulated.... think of the possibilities...portable Starfox ^_^
This is fantastic news, I was so impressed with my GBA Flash Linker, that I'll get one of these as soon as it becomes on sale!
As for SNES, don't get your hopes up for Super FX Chipped games, but everrything else should work a treat, *crosses fingers for earthbound*
Well as you know the GBA has a ton of great emulators and the DS should see full speed versions of all of them and maybe even a Megadrive emulator
Nintendo 64 i would say is way out of range to emulate but Snes at full speed would be good.
Heres some pics off the same site as above but they are just promo banners
Yea, but then again no one thought SNES on GBA was possible and then Loopy came along.Originally Posted by wraggster
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