During my homebrew testing, I found out that some of them have problems in working with SuperCard DSTWO. There are homebrews that are already updated work with a plug-in in the flash card's easy interface menu. This only facilitates easy playing. Another feature in the flash card that is worth praising is that you can play GBA games even when you use the slot 1 option, This is a big advantage of DSi and DSi XL users which do not have a slot 2 option. In general, the SuperCard DSTWO 3DS flash card is a much richer product from Nintendo. It is expected that the firmware updates in the following months and some more add-ons that the team comes up with will only make it even better. There are only a few minor issues with the GBA emulation and use of homebrew games, but these can be offset by how good the card is in when it comes to NDS game backups. After testing the flash card, I can recommend it to any player who uses DS Lite, DSi or DSi XL. To come up with this review, I have tried several games to check which one will work fine and most of the games work well with the flash card. I do not expect to see major problems in the way when it comes to playing using this card.
During the last quarter of the month of July, this year, 2009, DSi cards were disabled for the mean time, when there was a release of the firmware for DSi. There were a lot cards, like for instance the Acekard 2i, as well as EZFlash, were now capable of patching so that it would now be compatible with the updated firmware. But, unfortunately, it was not possible for the R4i SDHC to do so. Due to this, cards in this form were not used for the console DSi.
The GBA emulator in SuperCard DSTWO works by updating the firmware in the flash card. This is the main function of the built-in emulator at least, for most games. It can be used only after tweaking it to work with games that run smoothly, games with graphical errors, and games that are quite slow. The use of the emulator sometimes work and sometimes don't with some games. However, the SuperCard team is still working on an updates version of this emulator. Despite some of its flaws, it is still a necessary feature that should come with your GBA games when you use the slot 1. The truth is, SuperCard DSTWO is the only flash card with a slot 1 option that has a built-in GBA emulator. It also has other built-in features which make the games even more entertaining, such as cheat codes and frame skip options. It would have been better to see an option that allows the players to have a full screen playback of the games that are being used as well as large screens for playing with DSi and DSi XL. Right now, the game still has a black border surrounding it. Hopefully, a full screen game option will be available in future firmware updates that will be made by the SuperCard team. There are other enjoyable features that many players have surely noticed too, such as 24-hour clock and real time saves. I have not seen any issues with these features yet.
The R4 DS was the most popular Nintendo DS R4 card on the market. It is still one of the favourites R4 DS Card after Install Wood R4 Kernel. The R4 DS card is able to play music and watch videos on our Nintendo DS and DS Lite. Accept Micro SD Card with capacities up to 2GB, this R4 DS is not SDHC compatible. However 2GB is more than enough space for most people. The other limitation is that this R4 DS card is NOT compatible with DSi / DSi XL / 3DS. The Latest Kernel is Wood R4 V1.61 (7-11-2013).
|published||April 30, 2008|
|Keywords||crosswords-ds, gameplay, games, video, gameplay-single-player, ds|