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The Supercard DSTWO Card for Nintendo DS, DS Lite, DSi & DSi XL is a high-end slot-1 flash cart solution that allows you to launch games, run applications and play media directly from the device. Simply place your files onto either a micro SD or SDHC memory card (sold separately), insert the micro SD into your Supercard DSTWO, your cart into your DS, and turn the system on. Playing games and media has never been easier!
The Supercard DSTWO, with its beautiful Evolution (EOS) operating system and a powerful on-board processor offers unique and exciting features that you won't find anywhere else. Features such as full GBA emulation, a powerful new GUI, a real-time guide, an integrated auto-patch database, as well as being one of the few flash carts that allows users to upgrade the core firmware. If you're in the market for a sleek and feature-rich flash cart for the Nintendo DS, DS Lite, DSi or DSi XL, the Supercard DSTWO is the one for you.
The Supercard DSTWO, when updated with its latest firmware, features the following:
The best slot-1 flashcart on the market!
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Posted by Unknown on 29th Oct 2010
I received my Supercard DSTWO around a week ago. I have been testing out many games with it. Maybe it's the game that I have downloaded, but Contra 4 doesn't load, and Final Fantasy III gets stuck at "Initializing Save File". Not a big deal though.
There is definitely improvement for the Gameboy Advance emulator. I can get a few games to work, but at a speed that I can't enjoy. A few examples of working games would be Castlevania, while a few that don't work would be the Classic NES Series.
I really enjoy the Real Time Save&Load. It is really helpful for games like Professor Layton (I know i've been cheating) and Lunar Knights, where I can't bother to wait to load the whole save file. I realized something though, when I played Final Fantasy IV without using Real Time Save&Load, the battle scenes were not laggy while if I did, it would be laggy (or skip a few frames? not too sure)
Pricewise, it is fine. This card is great, but for some reason, with the latest firmware, I can't get the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Emulator to work (website says for version 1.05, mine is 1.07). I'm not really good with technology, maybe that's why I bought this card as I saw the DS Anti - Piracy feature.
I have to thank Youtube's Supercard DSTWO hands on preview video by GBATemp for leading me to this website. I looked around at other websites, and decided I will order mine from this website. I have one question though, when I received my card a week ago, The box was fine, but the card's sticker had alot of scratches on it. It isn't a big deal to me, but is all your stock of this card like that?
I heavily recommend viewers of this review to buy this flashcard. Before this, I almost bought a CycloDS until i found out this card came out around June or July (My R4 SDHC bought in China was rubbish, I had to press it down abit at the Slot - 1 area before it could work after 20 tries)
Posted by Brian on 29th Nov 2010
5/5 best Flash Cart around does about everything with an available SDK for experienced developers to make homebrew especially for the DS2.
iReader: read pdf files and other .txt like files on your DS
MAME4ALL:Emulator to play old classic Arcade Games
Make your own plug-ins: over at gbatemp many users have put together a collaboration of popular homebrew applications and made plug-ins to work right on the DS2, with a DSi menu style
With continual updates and one of the best AP bypass systems this is the best all around flash cart to own
Posted by Sausage Head on 13th Feb 2011
The hardware is incredible. A built-in processor! This way it can emulate GBA games and play SNES games faster.
The software has some flaws however. The iPlayer plugin does not work for me anymore and the language isn't translated very good. The anti-piracy bypass is excelent however and so are the other exclusive functions.
The USB MicroSD reader is a bit loose after 3 months of use, and the language on the box isn't very easy readable either. They should be lucky they don't sell it very often in stores. :P
The support - very bad. Their forums are very poorly translated, with mixed Chinese and French.
I feel a bit deserted by team Supercard. They did an excellent job designing this piece of hardware. They just have to do something about the other functions.
Posted by RupeeClock on 9th Sep 2010
This thing isn't $20 pricier than your Acekard for nothing, it's more than $20 better.
First off, it's really easy to use, install the firmware files and you're good to go.
It's SO easy that all it takes to get past the DSi 1.4.1 update is to put a new file on the microSD, ain't that incredible?
Secondly, it performs really well.
My games have all worked perfectly, and any that didn't, now work perfectly through their consistently frequent updates.
Like how 1.06 fixed Pokémon Soul Silver for me, it plays as good as the retail cart.
Thirdly, the extra functions are really tight.
The real-time menu works wonderfully, well, being able to use real-time saves if you want, check game guides in .txt/.bmp format (something I need to try), and enabling cheats mid-game works flawlessly.
Finally, that added processor works really nicely, I tried the GBA emulator and though whilst it requires some frameskip, I played a game of Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow to 100% completion, it was a total joy on my DSi.
This, flashcart, rules. I absolutely love this flashcart, it is an absolute premium.
I cannot wait to see the dedicated SNES emulator arrive soon, it will rule.
Posted by Rat.2 on 18th Feb 2011
i bought a scds2 a couple of weeks ago and it works perfecty a little pricey but does everything i could ever want with snes and gba support with real time cheats and slow motion it is definatley the best card there it2 out of 2 users found this review useful.
Posted by Ralfonsus on 15th Oct 20102 out of 2 users found this review useful.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Oct 20102 out of 3 users found this review useful.
Posted by GH0ST on 16th Feb 2011
As said by others the hardware is "extra" but the plugins system has some flaws and is not for beginners.The extra chip emulation had mixed results and the GUI some slowdowns and freezes.
The cheats system is simply buggy.
The USB MicroSD reader is an average generic one and the support in their forums is terrible.
I totally disagree with the big box packaging and the useless paper manual in chinese and "engrish"... Please save trees ... and money! Even big corps like **** officially ditches paper manuals !
Next time keep it simple!
Posted by bob on 29th Sep 2010
the best ever flashcart in terms of features and compatibility and its even mor revelutionary den the r4....
AND I have an acekard 2i and was a fan boy but this makes it look like its from teh stone age.
best of all the pokemon black and white clean roms are fully compatible.
Posted by Gage on 27th Sep 20101 out of 1 users found this review useful.
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