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It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?

and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
 
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SmartAss wrote:
> It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?
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> and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
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It's pretty smart, wait for the autumn though for the really juicy stuff
though.

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SmartAss wrote:
> It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?
>

I find it incredibly fun to play, I often wonder why no-one thought to
do it before now...
My g/f, son (3), friends, and their kids enjoy it too. Fair enough my
son only plays on pictochat drawing little drawings, but fun is fun.

> and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
>

No, it does not. You'll need a GameBoy(Color/Advance/SP) to play those
(Nintendo's official line is that the DS is *not* a GameBoy)
 
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On Wed, 25 May 2005 SmartAss <smartass@comic.com> wrote:
> It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?

yeah. It's good for a laugh!

> and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?

nope. Only DS and GBA.

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Why is a mushroom called mushroom? As usual, "SmartAss"
<smartass@comic.com> got it all completely wrong and wrote:

>It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?
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>and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
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The DS play GBA games, but not GB and GBC games IIRC.
 

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> No, it does not. You'll need a GameBoy(Color/Advance/SP) to play those
> (Nintendo's official line is that the DS is *not* a GameBoy)

You are incorrect, it DEFINATELY plays GBA games, just not original GB or
GBC games.

Gary.
 
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On Wed, 25 May 2005 15:09:51 +0100, "G" <G@G.com> wrote:

>> No, it does not. You'll need a GameBoy(Color/Advance/SP) to play those
>> (Nintendo's official line is that the DS is *not* a GameBoy)
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>You are incorrect, it DEFINATELY plays GBA games, just not original GB or
>GBC games.

You quoted out of context. The question was if it plays original GB
and GBC games, which DS does nOT play.
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G wrote:
>>No, it does not. You'll need a GameBoy(Color/Advance/SP) to play those
>>(Nintendo's official line is that the DS is *not* a GameBoy)
>
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> You are incorrect, it DEFINATELY plays GBA games, just not original GB or
> GBC games.
>
> Gary.
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The question was "Does NDS play GB and GBC games?", to which the answer
is "No" - unless you want to get messy and use emulators & flash cards,
which (by the tone of the how the question was asked) I guess the user
does not want to go into.
 
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SmartAss wrote:
> It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?
>
> and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
>
>

I think it's pretty innovative, but there aren't too many/any good games
for it right now. But it's great for playing GBA games because the
screen is so much brighter than even the SP.
 
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> It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?
Yes, atleast IMHO.

> and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
Not directly, only GBA carts fit. However, you can get a GBA Flash Cart and
use
one of various emulators and ROM images to play most GB (non-color) games
and some GBC games (the ones that had dual-mode to play on the B&W Gameboys
and also the Color GBoys). That's what I did and have a flash cart with
about 20 or so GB Roms and about 10 NES ones also.
 
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SmartAss wrote:
> It nintendo DS so good as people say it is?
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> and one more question. Does NDS play GB and GBC games?
>
>


Which people?

My son loves that Warrio game with the stylus. He likes it even better
since we got rid of that tiny stylus and I gave him a stylus from my
iPAQ instead...
 

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