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Are you looking to download free R4 games? Then read on...

We understand that video games are an expensive hobby these days. Not only have you to pay out hundreds of pounds for the very latest consoles and accessories, but you're also looking at regular costs of £30-40 in order to stay up to date with the newest and most popular video games available. Despite the fact that gaming represents excellent value for money, with the very best games offering months of entertainment for a relatively low cost (especially when compared to the price of a cinema ticket) it seems that more and more people are turning to piracy than ever.

Nintendo's DS system has been one of the major casualties of this increase in video game piracy. Despite the fact that the system has sold more than 145,000,000 units worldwide in the five years since its launch, it has been plagued by the arrival of so called "flash carts". These cartridges, including the popular R4DS system, allow people to download games illegally from the internet free of charge in order to play them on their DS console.

If you would like to download free R4 games, we recommend that you consider some of the repercussions that face the industry because of your actions. Many pirates claim that it's the cost of games that leads to piracy, however this is very much a two way street. The more people who pirate, the less games sell, and the less games sell the higher the prices go.

Rather than downloading games illegally, we recommend that you keep an eye out for bargains both online and in your local game store. The second hand market is a great place to find top quality titles for a fraction of their regular price, and websites like eBay are a goldmine for eagle eyed gamers.

There are always plenty of options available without needing to resort to piracy and, at the end of the day, if you still can't afford games then it's not fair that you steal them. After all, you wouldn't do the same thing with a car would you?

 

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