Krikzz EverDrive GBA

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  1. erfg12

    erfg12 Rising Member

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    I made a video kinda reviewing the new EverDrive for Game Boy Advance. Kinda showing what works and what doesn't.

     
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    Cant we just use a Supercard? Or is this better?
     
  3. erfg12

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    10x better. Here are all the specs:

    • High compatibility. Near to 100% compatibility with GBA game library
    • All save types supported, no ROM patching required
    • Fast Loading (most games load within 1 - 2 seconds)
    • 256Mbit PSRAM (32MByte) ROM memory
    • 1Mbit SRAM (128KByte) save memory
    • Real-time clock support
    • Low power consumption
    • SD, SDHC and SDXC cards are supported. Tested with micro-SD cards up to 64GB
    • FAT32 support
    • Supported with gamecube player, super retro advance adapter and other GBA accessories
    You won't find these specs on any other GBA flash cartridge.
     
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  4. UnrealNStuff

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    Damn! Thats awesome!
     
  5. ESM

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    Nice video, erfg12.
     
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    Other than the fact it only works on the K101, the K-Card that comes with it has almost all those features, if not all of them!
     
  7. erfg12

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    Q: Will the K-card work on an official GBA?
    • A: No, the K-card is not made as a flash card that interfaces with the original GBA hardware. A K-card will only work with a K-device
    The Revo k101 team has developed a (SoC), system of chip design that lets the Revo K101 to run Homebrew and GBA ROMs on actual hardware.

    But the thing is, the Krikzz EverDrive runs on the official GBA hardware. That's the big difference.
     
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  8. rso

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    Lookin' good, at least for the most part. I'll wait for a revision that brings down the size to that of an original cart though - when you're using a GB Micro, every bit that sticks out is one bit too much. (Though if given the chance to buy one for cheap, I'd definitely pick it up for use with the GB Player.)

    The only other thing that could make this better would be GB/GBC support, like the Flash2Advance (w/ that Game Boy Bridge adapter thingy) had.
     
  9. LainPW

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    I know, I did say that :) I will probably get an everdrive GBA at some point but the K-Card is great for me as I love the K101+
     
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    Does this GBA cart support cheats like GB version did?
     
  11. erfg12

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    I don't think just yet. You have to do an ips patch if you want any cheating.
     

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