Local connection with old DS models?

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User Info: Toeoffrog579

Toeoffrog579
6 years ago#1
I haven't seen anything about this anywhere, so I don't know if anyone will know the answer to this, but it's worth a shot. Is the 3DS capable of communicating locally with old DS models, for co-op play, etc. on old DS games?

User Info: Toeoffrog579

Toeoffrog579
6 years ago#2
Bump!

...anyone?

User Info: RayHorak

RayHorak
6 years ago#3
Unknown at this point.

User Info: PuddingBoy

PuddingBoy
6 years ago#4
I hope so. Its a nice feature that was absent from the DS. I was disappointed when I had to switch my pokemon games into my GBA and SP to trade and battle.
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User Info: KogaSteelfang

KogaSteelfang
6 years ago#5
I asked this too a few days ago, didn't really get a conclusive answer.

1 answered yes.
1 answered probably.
1answered no.
1 answered that its unknown info.

So, I still don't know either. lol
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User Info: zhangliao1

zhangliao1
6 years ago#6
god i hope so then i can finally trade between my pokemon games
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User Info: fire2box

fire2box
6 years ago#7
I assume it uses the exact same wireless communication.. though hopefully the wi-fi adapter will be wireless N or whatever the newest wifi routers support.

User Info: PSI_Ground

PSI_Ground
6 years ago#8
Unknown.



It's not like you could do GBA-to-DS.
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