Gateway was in the news last month for declaring that it managed to create the first working 3DS flashcart. It allows games to run through microSD cards, which led to concerns regarding piracy.
stop promoting this crap dumbasses.
Yeah it's better if all the hacking stuff just happens in secret, because it will get to the system eventually and bypass whatever blockades Nintendo's been making, and the more that know about it the more piracy will influence the system. It's inevitable but annoying. (Still totally getting one heheheeehhh!)
to be expected but since it's been hacked, it'll be going back and forth from now on
And the cat and mouse game begins.
You mean it's possible to combat piracy without treating your customers like thieves?!? Wow.
Good work Nintendo.
Damn, that was FAST!
So does a 3DS have forced updates or something?
nope but you will need to update in order to access the eshop i think
Ah I see, thanks. I don't know why I'm getting disagrees. Its a legit question, I'm not bashing on 3DS >.>
Nintendo does what?
And tell me what Gateway is doing with this... besides making it easier to pirate games?
remember the R4 for the original DS it is pretty much that
I would wait for an actual flashcart like the ones the DS have. Also, Nintendo is wasting their times. With a flashcart, there is no need to update ever again. Even games that requires a higher firmware can be played on a lower firmware. What I can't wait for is the WiiU hack. Definitely buying one once piracy is possible on the WiiU.
You my friend are a cheapskate and I hope your console bricks.
19 disagrees so 19 of you cheap ass people are going to hack your console?
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