Action Replay

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Overview

A GameCube Action Replay
Action Replay is a cheat device that allows you to hack your game and enter codes to make it perform to your liking. Many people, such as MAST3RLINX and lblbates use these. Some things an Action Replay can allow you to have is infinite magic, infinite swim-meter breath, infinite health, and the ability to walk on water without a Tingle Tuner, along with tons others. You may also jump anywhere without L or Z-targeting or attacking with your sword, an AR ability unique to 3D games.

Types of Action Replay

Late 8-bit era

16-bit era

32/64-bit era

  • Sega Saturn
    • Pro Action Replay (also available with 4M RAM expansion)
  • PlayStation
    • Action Replay (1995)
    • Pro Action Replay (1996)
    • Action Replay CDX (1997)
  • Nintendo 64
    • Pro Action Replay (1999)
    • N64 Equalizer

128 bit era

  • Dreamcast
    • Action Replay CDX
  • PlayStation 2
    • Action Replay 2 (2000)
    • Action Replay 2 V2 (2001)
    • Action Replay MAX (2003)
  • Xbox
    • Action Replay (2002)
  • Nintendo GameCube
    • Action Replay (2003)
    • Action Replay Max Evo (200X)
    • Action Replay (2006, works on Wii with firmware below version 3.0) [1]

Versions for handheld consoles

  • Game Boy
    • Pro Action Replay
    • Action Replay Online
    • Action Replay Extreme
  • Sega Game Gear
    • Pro Action Replay
  • Game Boy Color
    • Pro Action Replay
  • Game Boy Advance
    • Action Replay (2001)
    • Action Replay Duo (2005)
  • Nintendo DS
    • Action Replay Duo (2005)
    • Action Replay DS (July 2006)
  • PlayStation Portable (PSP) [2]

Refrences

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_Replay
  2. Same as 1.

See also: Action Replay on Wikipedia box.jpg