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PS2 GameShark2 & Codebreaker Decryptions???
PS2 GameShark2 & Codebreaker Decryptions??? –
Okay, I'd like to be able to really DO something with the GameShark2 and Codebreaker I bought for my PS2 waaay back when both of these came out. I'm sick of being given pre-chewed bits of information from Interact and Pelican along the lines of . "Here's a k-rad code that will give you one million dollars", or "after much hard work, WE present YOU with an infinite phlegm code", or other trivial bullshit.
I want to be able to construct my OWN codes. (I got so used to seeing asm patches built using the PSX Caetla/Gameshark 2.x that this piecemeal shit pisses me off) Diving through PS2 exe's with the current crop of disassemblers, I've seen all sorts of cool stuff I'd like to try but the perversion of the code schemes on the US PS2 GameShark2 and Codebreaker prevents any real experimentation.
If anybody has information on the command+address (the value field is pretty well hacked :-) fields of these two potentially FUN devices, please let me/us know!
Yeah, I know we can't do realtime code-searches on stock PS2's (yet), so at the least I'd like to be able to modify specific memory locations based on disassembly of the main executable--unfortunately, the Japanese ActionReplay hacking documentation didn't seem to match up when I tried making a few codes to whack some text in US 'SSX Tricky'...
me too I would like to create my own codes !!!!
I allways made it with my PSX and an " Exploder"....realtime code-searching !!
For some games it was more fun to find some codes than to play them !
I was allways creating some crazy codes .
Codes wich you can't find for PS2 .
Is it not possible over usb ?????
Or whats about the little conectionpiont just next to the PS2
USB port's ???????????????????
(sorry for my bad english! )
Here's a link to a site that has alot of information on GS encryption and addresses
GameShark2 Code Guide
- hope this helps
The PS2 has 2 USB
But whats about the little one ?
Next to the 2 USB .
What is it for ??
I remember that the little one is a firewire port - I don't know exactly what it is supposed to do there.
I think its for going online, seems most likely doesnt it? A firewall for internet connection
I do not think neither Blaze or Datel will release the PS2 code finding tools, they will keep hacking of PS2 stuff in house. The tools would be too expensive to sell, they tend to use machines that have been specially modifed.
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