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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 Kupo on 24th Jul 2010
Got my DSTWO about a month ago and have been happy with it (as a whole), until the spring mechanism broke and I can no longer load in my MicroSD. I've yet to take the thing apart to see if it's salvageable, but 1 month of ownership is awfully fast for a spring to give way... I'd hardly even done much loading/unloading of it1 out of 1 users found this review useful.
Posted by Owen on 23rd Jun 2010
I suppose I should start off with saying that the homebrew user community has been pampered by dirt-cheap flash carts(cards? how did 'cart' ever come to be there, anyway?) including the Acekard and the R4 lineup. Although I would consider this card a little pricey, it's not a rip-off due to it's abundance of features. As I understand it now, this card has the capability of some sort of on-card video processing (please don't hit me if I'm not exactly right on this one) which should be pretty cool once the OS/MoonShell is ready for it. The GBA emulation on this thing is a pretty sweet perk if you're on a DSi/DSi XL/DSi XXL although I would like the interface to work with the touch screen. Really, the biggest complaint from me is width of this card. It just worries me that it doesn't pop out as easily as a regular game or something like the Acekard. I'm not going to go over any more features of this card in this review because you can find that schtuff on GBAtemp (http://gbatemp.net/t232281-supercard-dstwo-review). Have fun!1 out of 1 users found this review useful.
Posted by boktor666 on 13th Feb 2011
The SCDStwo can be called one of the best flashcards in the scene. Though many people think it's quite pricey, they don't think about the internal features and power of the card. The internal CPU processor makes it possible to emulate gba games, but also makes it possible for the EOS system to adapt. With many games that have been released, I didn't need an update at all. Also, with the player plugin, this card is surely a good card to use for watching movies.
Overall a good card, worth ever single penny/dollar/euro.
Posted by Fred on 24th Nov 2010
First off the cartdridge itself is perfect VERY
strong and sturdy. also the interface is easy to understand, also the direct video playback is very handy, but the gba emulator is what makes it perfect for me... :)
as for the service from shoptemp it couldnt have been better 10/10 ordered thursday arrived wednesday(xmas shipping)no problems and package was bubblewrapped perfect for all your gaming needs
Posted by RESPRiT on 23rd Nov 2010
I've read review of this product that are quite critical of it because of it's high promise. However, rest assure, it's worth the price. Maybe it feels to good to be as true as it sounds, but it's really good. I personally favor this highly over the R4, especially because of the GBA emulator. Furthermore, the interface is great and I sense promise for future add-ons.1 out of 2 users found this review useful.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Nov 2010
Haven't gotten my card from ShopTemp yet, but did from another source. Great card. Plugins make it easy to access your favourite homebrew apps, mainly emulators. GBA emulator lets me play my favourite GBA games without having to use my Supercard Mini SD anymore, so that can lay to rest. Build quality, however might be a little flawed although it's no major problem. Chipset appears to be poking out, making a groove on the sticker and feels like it isn't flush when fitting it inside slot 1. Overall though, I'm extremely happy and recommend this cart to anyone out there.1 out of 2 users found this review useful.
Posted by Yoshi2889 on 21st Aug 2010
When I got the DSTWO, I instantly inserted my ready-to-use micro SD card. It fitted nice, was pretty hard to insert. I inserted into my DSi, it was pretty hard to insert too. After that, the card worked fine, it booted up on 1.4, it was done booting in 2 seconds.
I could play a game in 7 seconds, using a clean ROM which had AP. It booted fine, worked fine...it just feeled like an original cardridge!
It is a really good card. The only things that need to get better are the in-game menu (it sometimes won't open, really stupid) and the GBA emulator (needs just a little bit more speed).
I recommended this to anyone.
Posted by Bob London on 31st Jul 2010
I received this card very fast....which was great and I am very happy with it...Work great and it does everything it does on the tin...It works better than my r4 card (which stopped working) ever did and the cheat thingy and game saves for when you are in the middle of a football game and have to go...are great...also the cheats thingy and of course the GBA emulator...I can't wait for the SNES emulator...1 out of 2 users found this review useful.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 20101 out of 2 users found this review useful.
Posted by Kevin Liu (Someonewhodied) on 17th Aug 2010
When i got it, i was excited about using it...
it was very fast, the real-time features were great, everything went well. Then 2 weeks passed. The gba emulator started messing up (Couldn't use VIDEO/AUDIO or OTHERS). when the 3rd week came, i was playing until suddenly, my game froze. tried rebooting, nothing. Took out the Microsd, nothing. Reformatted microsd, nothing. My cart is busted.
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