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Homebrew solution: CycloDS Evolution

CycloDS Evolution Slot-1 (All-in-one) Also needed: MicroSD card Price: $53 Find it: Real Hot Stuff Though it's well regarded by many for its high compatibility with commercial ROMs, the CycloDS Evolution is also gaining popularity for the ease with which one can install and load homebrew games and...

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Homebrew solution: M3 Real

M3DS Real Slot-1 (All-in-one) Also needed: MicroSD card Price: $39 - $60 Find it: Real Hot Stuff, Amazon Marketplace, DealExtreme With the M3 Real, it's easy for even the noobiest of noobs to get a grip on DS homebrew. If you know how to a) manipulate files on a computer and b) insert a cart into...

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Homebrew Solution: R4DS

R4DS Slot-1 (All-in-one) Also needed: MicroSD card Price: $35-$50 Find it: Gameryeeeah, Real Hot Stuff, Modchip Store Probably the most popular storage device cart (or at least the most well-known), the R4 is a safe choice for people new to the homebrew community. It's essentially the same as the...

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DS Daily: Your app of choice

Assuming you use a DS homebrew device (much like the ELSPA was erroneously reported to have assumed), you probably have a few non-game applications on there. Everyone has DS Organize, of course, and probably Moonshell as well. But there's a ton of stuff out there to extend the functionality of your...

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Cases for Lego maniacs and music lovers

Japanese site GAME Watch has put up reviews for two new DS accessories that've come out in Japan, the first of which is a multicolored set of individual cart cases from Takara Tomy. It's not the best solution for keeping your games protected, as part of the cart is left exposed, but its stackable...

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Watch Akira Kurosawa's films on your DS

Having already added an assortment of horror movies and martial arts flicks to its archive, The Moon Books Project has elected to host several of Akira Kurosawa's films for fans to download and watch on their Nintendo DS. For the homebrew uninitiated, the site also has information on what hardware...

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Old horror films and books: They won't stay dead!

Lest you forget the upcoming All Hallows' Eve holiday, The Moon Books Project has been posting horror-themed content almost every day, stacking its shelves with DS-compatible novels and movies. They're downloadable for free and completely legal, so you won't have to fear any threatening "I Know...

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