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The World of DS Homebrew

Posted on Sunday, September 16 2007 @ 04:00:15 CEST by

It’s weird then that the DS homebrew scene is still avoided by many, who fear that homebrew is blatantly illegal and tough to get working. With the hardware we’ve detailed above it’s merely a case of drag-and-drop and the homebrew community is just about large and friendly enough to help people with real problems through any problems crop up.

Plus, when used correctly homebrew development is a legal and useful thing for console gamers – indifferent in legality and benefits from running a mod for any PC game that you use. Who knows, with proper encouragement from companies like Nintendo it may even be possible for some homebrew developers to make it big, just like the makers of Counter-strike and Team Fortress did by modding already existing games.

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