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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by dvdx2 View Post
    Are you using a retroarch on a modded Wii, dave? The emulation looks pretty much perfect to me for, MD and sfc via RGB to the bvm. I love the way you can select the native console resolutions too, even 384x224 for CPS I & II. Seriously, no everdrive required for those two.
    I have to force my Wii to PAL60 using AnyRegion Changer, which I can't do because I need a regular Wii remote which I don't have (WR+ crashes it). So at best I get a red screen unless I use component which is terrible compared to SCART. :/ I'm looking for someone local I can borrow a remote from.

  2. #22
    You guys would recommend the EZFIV or the gba everdrive then? I’m in the market for an gba flash cart.


    Quote Originally Posted by replicashooter View Post
    Thats exactly what I noticed, the snob air that comes with the Everdrive territory as they look down on regular old fashioned affordable "backup solutions" (teehee!). Newsflash Everdrive owners, you are low down filthy pirates too no matter which way you want to dress it up.

    I'd have traded my EZFIV for a Everdrive if they weren't so hideously oversized and overpriced:



    But as you say you only transfer the games to the EZ once and you're set.

  3. #23
    EZFIV. A fraction of the cost and it actually fits the slot like a regular cart instead of sticking out. The software is ****, but you can work around it easy enough... Not that it's a problem if you're only ever going to do the one ROM dump onto an SD card.

    You can only load one game onto the SRAM at one time (meaning it will load instantantly instead of taking a second or two) however the Mother 3 translation is the only game I know of that requires this method to run, so I just have that on there permanently.
    Last edited by dataDave; 11-02-2018 at 01:39 PM.

  4. #24
    Second everything Dave said and will add I much prefer the original cart sized form factor and it works perfectly with everything I've thrown at it.

  5. #25
    I might have a spare one here you can have for postage from Holland once I return from Malaysia in two weeks... I'll keep you posted. It was confiscated from my nieces a couple of years ago...so no promises.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by dataDave View Post
    I might have a spare one here you can have for postage from Holland once I return from Malaysia in two weeks... I'll keep you posted. It was confiscated from my nieces a couple of years ago...so no promises.
    Thanks mate, very kind.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDanX View Post
    Thanks mate, very kind.
    I'll find out today. Won't keep you hanging!

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by dataDave View Post
    I'll find out today. Won't keep you hanging!
    No problem, no rush David.

  9. #29
    Worth pointing out, the SD2SNES is the far more fully featured option compared to the SNES Everdrive. The SD2SNES of course features numerous assist chips via an FPGA solution.

    I'm aware I'm preaching to the converted here.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDanX View Post
    No problem, no rush David.
    Sorry, Dan. My mother-in-law (who confiscated it) can't even remember what I'm talking about.

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