Any adjustments need to be made to play DS games?

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2 years ago#1
Just got my new Mario XL bundle, and of course I end up spending most of my time playing DQ9 (which I had never opened when I had a ds).

The game looks great, but are there any adjustments or changes that need to be made?
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2 years ago#2
The vast majority of DS games' online features don't work with WPA. Also, you can hold down "start" for native resolution.

That's all, really.
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2 years ago#3
Ekaru posted...
The vast majority of DS games' online features don't work with WPA. Also, you can hold down "start" for native resolution.

That's all, really.





As in hold down start while the game boots up
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2 years ago#4
If you want to download the shop items and new quests for DQ9 you have to set the regular DS internet setting. You can't just use the 3DS internet settings.
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