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How does the games on this thing work? Are they miniCD's? cartridges? What? And I'm looking for a Nintendo DS - brand new not bothered about games - how much should i be looking to pay? I should th… Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
How does the games on this thing work? Are they miniCD's? cartridges? What?

And I'm looking for a Nintendo DS - brand new not bothered about games - how much should i be looking to pay? I should think around the £70-£80 mark?
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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They are mino cartridges. I'd say around £70 second hand but they may go down in price with the new DSi coming out.
#3
Can it be chipped?

Whats difference between the lite and normal version?
#4
Google is your friend. :)
#5
thesaint
Google is your friend. :)


Yup, got all the info I need.

So around £70 brand new with no games?

Ok can the DSi be chipped? And is it worth getting the DSi over the DS lite?
#6
rash
Yup, got all the info I need.

So around £70 brand new with no games?

Ok can the DSi be chipped? And is it worth getting the DSi over the DS lite?


If you provide a link to that price, someone may be able to help you further, but it sounds like you should be posting in "Deal Requests" really. :)
#7
thesaint
If you provide a link to that price, someone may be able to help you further, but it sounds like you should be posting in "Deal Requests" really. :)


No just needed an approximate price.

BTW could you answer the other question? Can the DSi be chipped?
#8
as the dsi hasnt been released yet im pretty sure no one will no the answer to that yet,
#9
rash
No just needed an approximate price.

BTW could you answer the other question? Can the DSi be chipped?


Yes and no, it's complicated to explain.
#10
thesaint
Yes and no, it's complicated to explain.


You have any links where I can read up on this?

I've seen DSTT cards on sale claiming they are for DSi.
#11
rash
You have any links where I can read up on this?


http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showforum=37

rash

I've seen DSTT cards on sale claiming they are for DSi.


Someone told me that they stopped producing PS2's 2 years ago, and no longer make games for them.

Sometimes "people" are wrong/not up to date.
1 Like #12
Acekards etc work, best to use google
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1 Like #14
rash


That article was written last year and was tested on a Japanese DSi.

The DSi for Europe has different firmware, and unlike the DS lite, is upgradeable.
Why everyone is rushing to get a DSi is unbeknown to me, even the adverts on the television show no new games for it, and only showcase stretching photos. Cool. :roll:

This machine may be a worthwhile spend of £150, but at the moment, not.
#15
Thanks guys. Made up my mind. DSi is not worth the extra money considering it has no new games - and the price it too much for what you actually get.
#16
Ok guys what card do I need if I want to run my own software on it (homebrew) and also use DS roms on it?

Which cards is cheapest? Which card is best? and which card is Both?
#17
rash


Which cards is cheapest?


DSTT?

rash


Which card is best?


Cyclods?

rash

and which card is Both?


See above^^^
#18
Well I ordered this Acekard 2 from DX. About £8 delivered:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11811

Not a bad price. But will take a little while to get delivered. And will save me time having to find all the info about the card on the net.

Plus firmware is open source so i can mod it if I want.
#19
rash
Well I ordered this Acekard 2 from DX. About £8 delivered:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11811

Not a bad price. But will take a little while to get delivered. And will save me time having to find all the info about the card on the net.

Plus firmware is open source so i can mod it if I want.


Good choice. :)

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