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    Supercard DSTWO pre-release

    It looks like GBAtemp got a hold of a pre-release of the Supercard DSTWO.


    With the DSTWO now in house, we've just wrapped up our quick hands-on preview of the Supercard teams latest flash cart. With an onboard CPU that boasts the ability to emulate GBA games, play back XviD files directly and more, there's certainly a lot to test.

    However, please bear in mind that we are currently using a pre-release version of the DSTWO EOS and as such there are various missing features.

    So if you're interested in seeing how the Supercard DSTWO is shaping up and want to see some photos of the cart, GUI and maybe a video too - head inside this topic for all that and more!

    Update: I've just been told that the DSTWO is able to overcome any kind of anti-piracy features that may appear in future titles. Utilizing the CPU, I'm told the DSTWO can pass through and bypass any anti-piracy measures which is the first cart to do so. They say the games will never need to be patched to run.

    They tell me that the DSTWO CPU can emulate the original cartridge without patches, whilst others flash cart need a patch.
    http://gbatemp.net/t225251-supercard-dstwo-hands-on-preview

    I've been trying to decide which flachcart I want for my new DSi XL, this is the one. Can't wait for it's release.
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 05-08-2010 at 10:02 AM.

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    Looks interesting but the whole boasting no need for patches interests me as they say that now but who knows what Nintendo might come up with.

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    Nintendo will figure a way to disable it, they always do,then comes the firmware updates, but it a good sales pitch. I want it just because of the added features of GBA emulation and being able to play movies with out having to encode to a special format.

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