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Re: [GUIDE/INFO] Flash Carts, ODE, and more!

by Ziggy587 Wed Dec 16, 2020 11:25 am

The Super SD System 3 just got a firmware update! It makes the menu easier to navigate, and includes an easier to read font. There are other improvements as well.
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I want to buy Universal Game Cases, if you have any spares please PM me! I'm looking to only deal with members that have good BST feedback on this forum.
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Re: [GUIDE/INFO] Flash Carts, ODE, and more!

by Anapan Mon Dec 28, 2020 3:01 am

I was upgrading firmwares on my flash carts, and noticed that EZ-Flash have released two competing products the the Everdrive gameboy lineup. There's an EZ-Flash Omega, and an EZ-Flash Junior for the GBA and GBC respectively. Reading reviews, the price is about 1/2 of the Everdrive products, while the build quality and features are comparable. RTC, instant load, Emulators built into the firmware of the GBA cart are all present. The Omega supports save state, and it fits flush. Custom firmware for the Omega allows Pogoshell which unlocks plugins for playing many more emulated rom types, and viewers for common pc file formats. Given those details, it looks like the Everdrive GBA takes second place.
I'm debating buying it because I already have an EZ-Flash IV for GBA as well. That's all I really need for playing link-cable games with two GC GBA Players.
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Re: [GUIDE/INFO] Flash Carts, ODE, and more!

by Ziggy587 Mon Dec 28, 2020 9:00 am

Huh, I didn't realize the EZ Flash was still making products. I'll have to add them to the first post. Thanks for sharing!
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My Sale Thread - 7% off all marked prices!! SNES and N64 added! I am selling around three quarters of my video game collection as well as some other odds and ends!

I want to buy Universal Game Cases, if you have any spares please PM me! I'm looking to only deal with members that have good BST feedback on this forum.
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Re: [GUIDE/INFO] Flash Carts, ODE, and more!

by bmoc Fri Jan 08, 2021 8:29 pm

The Satiator got a new firmware update recently. X-Men Children of the Atom and X-Men vs Street Fighter are both working on firmware 153 along with some Sega Ages games that weren't working previously. Marvel Super Heroes vs Street Fighter still crashes but a fix is in the works according to the changelog at https://info.satiator.net/firmware/
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Re: [GUIDE/INFO] Flash Carts, ODE, and more!

by Anapan Wed Jan 13, 2021 2:17 am

Still debating about getting the EZ Flash Omega, when I read that there's a new version of it: EZ Flash Omega Definitive Edition. It doesn't fit flush, but has a lot more powerful features. They intend for it to sell along with the regular Omega edition, as a higher-tier solution at almost double the price.
Some links with in-depth information on the Definitive Edition:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Gameboy/commen ... ash_omega/
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... edit#gid=0
Also, forgot to mention last time, there's an Everdrive X5 Mini that does fit flush in a GBA slot.
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