Size of the cards are different. The G6 has the size of a normal GBA-card and fit just like a normal gba game, but the M3 is an adapter, so it needs to be big enough to fit a CF or SD card innit. So itll stick out about a inch in front of the DS/GBA.Originally Posted by Mysticales
U cant make backups yourself with these kits. But theyll both play DS and GBA backups.Originally Posted by Mysticales
Both of em saves automaticly with both DS and GBA games. Very user friendly and compleatly foolproof. U just save ingame and both kits will automaticly make a save-file on the media (and automaticly load the right save the next time u run that game).Originally Posted by Mysticales
Tho even blind monkeys can save with the G6/M3, u might feel the need to get a bit more technical (like having more than one save of a game or loading a different save than the last one) - Both have menus so u can do that too.
Both kits have a secondary save mode with GBA games too (ingame keys pressed so u can make a quick/temp-save).
Yup, both'll play movies if they are in the right format (gbv). Most likely u need to convert anything u wanna watch with one of the free software pack on the sites. Quality of the movies? ... about the same as on the GBA (like a lowgrade rm movie)Originally Posted by Mysticales
Not directly, u can convert the mp3's to gbs format (bad) or download the Moonshell.nds (from the sites) to play mp3 directly from the kits. The M3 SD kit is only a few weeks old, so i havnt been able to get confirmation on that the Moonshell works with it.Originally Posted by Mysticales
Yes, both runs anything in .nds or .gba format. So, to play GB or GBC games u need to get an emulator like: DS_GBC, DrGB, GBX, GBonGBA, GoomBA or PocketGB.Originally Posted by Mysticales
Yes, both of em.Originally Posted by Mysticales
These sites might help a little with the actual details.