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News / Re: EverDrive-GBA power consumption
« on: April 27, 2016, 01:45 PM »
I'd also love to know when this will be available.
Any idea when the cart will be ready, KRIKzz?

in 1-2 moths i guess

HYPE!!!!!! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D I think I'll get the stone age gamer deluxe edition of the cart (hopefully there will be an edition just like all other everdrives seem to have one  ;) )

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: January 23, 2016, 12:04 AM »

Guys it's happening!!  GBA Everdrive RTC testing. I think the GBA everdrive is going to be a complete product from the start, this is amazing.  :D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: January 08, 2016, 01:09 AM »
It seems to work fine in the video!

One feature I'd like to see for GBA ED is e-reader support (both JP/US), with the possibility to start e-reader cards in GBA games. I don't think my M3 can do that.

Another feature is to be able to boot up to a ROM somehow for being able to GC-GBA link with certain games. Fire Emblem Path of Radiance for example, won't link with my M3 since it always boots to the menu. Maybe it's enough to just reset the GBA before booting the ROM like EDGB does though. It's not exactly the same situation as with GBED and N64 Transfer Pak.

I second this, making it possible for the gba everdrive to link with Gamecube by resetting before booting the rom or another way would be great to see and would make the gba everdrive seem more complete as a flashcart (especially compared to EZ flash). Also I hope to see RTC implemented if it's easy enough (although I consider it even more of a bonus feature than GBA-GC link).

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: December 17, 2015, 01:00 AM »
Thank you so much krikzz, I can't wait for gba evedrive to be released now!!  ;D ;D ;D ;D :D :)

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: September 15, 2015, 06:57 PM »
gameboy everdrive is a great device and works very well with my gamecube gameboy player and also works great on my super gameboy for snes and it's very affordable. so even if krikzz does get around to making the majority of us happy by spoiling us with the release of a gba everdrive it's not a big deal if gameboy and gameboy colour games wont work with it because we have the already great GB everdrive product available anyway.
  i think supporting krikzz's hard work by buying both GB and GBA everdrive  would be a good thing since he has to put as lot of effort into these devices.
 i myself am happy to buy both products and would not be disappointed in the least if there was no backward compatibility.
 lets face it we save a fortune already in not having to buy all these cool retro games with more and more inflated second hand prices from ebay and so on to play on real hardware and playing on real hardware beats emulation hands down imo.
 when i mention inflated second hand prices for old games i mean the situation is getting worse. i passed over the chance a few times to buy atari karts for the jaguar because i thought it was it was over priced and a decent jaguar flash card would more than likely be made sometime in the future by someone.
 well a few years down the line the price has almost doubled for that game and i know the same thing is happening for lots of games for other systems which we are fortunate enough to have everdrives for.
 i will keep buying everdrives so long as krikzz keeps making them, the more the better i say :)

I definately agree, and I plan on supporting Krikzz by eventually buying each of his Everdrives.  The only one I was thinking about passing on was the Game Boy simple because I assumed the GBA ED would be able to cover GB and GBC.  With that said, if I have to buy both versions, I won't be unhappy.  It's a fantastic product, and I can't wait to see what systems he plans on next. 

My wish list is............ any cart based systems since I have nearly all of the manyway.  ;)  (although Jaguar is probably at the top of the list).

I too have been waiting for news about the capability of the gba everdrive to play gb/gbc games before deciding to buy a gameboy everdrive. It seems likely that the gba everdrive won't be able to play it - which is fine as playing gba games is the priority to me - and I'll probably just buy both a gba and gameboy everdrive when the former is released.

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: September 08, 2015, 08:00 AM »

Even though the EZ device retails for about $45, I would gladly pay double that for a flash cart that does not have these deficiencies.

Completely agree. I'd also hope to see proper cheat support, unlike the abomination ez-flash iv provides.

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: September 07, 2015, 06:46 AM »
a VB everdrive? are u serious? bet theres only a handfull of people that have working systems, i cant see it ever making any money! the system is too damn expensive for starters and also its crap worst system ever, GBA everdrive is a cart i would like to see happen, theres the supercard and EZflash4 which are both very good but a ED would be great!

Supercard is garbage, and ez flash iv is just too cumbersome. I want that everdrive experience for the gba. The GBA simply is in dire need of a truly easy to use and convenient flash cart that I'm sure Krikzz can provide in due time. Please be soon Krikzz!!! ;D

Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: September 01, 2015, 01:24 AM »
Is there any update on the gba everdrive? I'm really eagerly anticipating this. A truly modern, near perfect flashcart (even without RTC)  for the gba would be so amazing. I really don't want to buy an ez flash. I hope Krikzz is still working on this (pls still work on this krikzz). :)

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