I second the request for info about an adapter that is known to work. While the bundled pad works just fine, it will break down at some point and a ps2 pad will be a heck of a lot easier and cheaper to get.
I purchased that converter and its only purpose is to convert the GB Micro Link Cable connection to a GBA connection. It can't be used for the Gamecube link cable.
Do the adapters just not fit? or does it just not work? If it doesn't work, it's pretty worthless since it won't even support one cart play with other gba's. I have to wonder what that adapter is good for at all then.
It's cool that you took the time to make the link cable, but does the Game Boy micro Converter Connector also available on Nintendo's website not work with a GC/GBA link cable to get the same job done for cheaper and without any soldering? From the pics, it looks like you patched the link cable directly into the micro cable so if that works, I'd guess the adapter would too. Anyone tried it?
Let me know when Suikoden 1 & 2 is reprinted. I never had any intention of playing them because of the rediculous price, but with the way things are going I might actually be able to now. To that, I say thanks to whom ever is responsible (even it is GQD).
You won't see reprints of either of those games likely ever thanks to the fact that they're being ported to the PSP. The question now is, will you spend some rediculous amount for the ps1 releases on ebay, $250 for a psp along with the $40-$50 for the game, or just not bother. Personally I liked Suikoden 2, but not enough to pay stupid amounts for it and Suikoden 1 was way too rough after I had already played 2.
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