December 16th, 2019, 22:28 Posted By: wraggster
In the bygone year of 2014, GBAtemp received an SD2SNES, perhaps the hottest SNES flashcard of its time, for review. Five years later, I sit here with its big brother, the SD2SNES Pro, to bring you an up to date look at what's new, what's the same, and what's changed over the years. With the SD2SNES Pro sharing much with its predecessor, I encourage you to check out @Qtis
' review right here
before diving into this.
With our review published in 2014, much has happened in the way of progress for this popular cartridge. At the time of publication, the latest firmware was v0.1.6. Though supporting the vast majority of the SNES library, notable exclusions included both the SA-1 and SuperFX special chips. Though a mere 35 games between these two chips, the likes of Kirby, Yoshi's Island, Star Fox, and Super Mario RPG remained unplayable. Of course, thanks to the cartridge's FPGA chip and the continued efforts of creator ikari_01 and others, most notably RedGuy for their SA-1 and SuperFX support, things are now different.
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