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I was trying to play FF dawn of souls 1+2 and it just likes to crash when I select new game.

Any suggestions/more info needed?

this game isn't very common id think so maybe there's something not many people know about it.....
 

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dawn of souls, the gba compilation and remakes of Final fantasy 1 and 2.

works fine in VisualBoy Advance. and as far as my testing just then, NoGBA as well.

check you're dump in GoodGBA
 

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Ever since before No$ took a turn for DS emulation, VBA had better compatibility for GBA games, a better savestate, recently-played games management and full-screen support. It also lacks No$'s annoying fog transperancy bug. With VBALink, it's easier to link up two different games. No$ has also had issues running DS games after setting a GBA game to full-screen.
All in all, there is no area in GBA emulation where No$ could top VBA, while it falls short on some occasions. While No$ (with No$Zoomer) is the best DS-emulator up-to-date, I'd recommend VBA over it for GBA emulation any day.
 

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Ever since before No$ took a turn for DS emulation, VBA had better compatibility for GBA games, a better savestate, recently-played games management and full-screen support. It also lacks No$'s annoying fog transperancy bug. With VBALink, it's easier to link up two different games. No$ has also had issues running DS games after setting a GBA game to full-screen.
All in all, there is no area in GBA emulation where No$ could top VBA, while it falls short on some occasions. While No$ (with No$Zoomer) is the best DS-emulator up-to-date, I'd recommend VBA over it for GBA emulation any day.
Agree with that. NO$GBA for DS emulation, and VBA for GBA emulation. :thumb:
 
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