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Rambling about PS1/PS2 bootdiscs, HDD backups, Cheat Devices etc ALSO some talk about Game Genie and some cool NES random codes I made 😜😎 This is me rambling on for 30 minutes incoherently about PlayStation boot discs, cheat devices etc.😎It was a totally unexpected spur of the moment video that I probably should not have made public, but I figure it also serves the purpose letting my YouTube subscribers know that I’m still alive.😜 I am sure much of the info is wrong or at least some details are off but I invite anyone who knows better to comment and add to the conversation, thanks. 🤘🍻 My Facebook Classic Gaming, Computing and MORE (includes modern posts and conversations as well https://www.facebook.com/groups/maximumrdclassic
How does the switch work? I know the idea is so that you can turn off the codes to progress in a game, but does the game genie work for starters with it up or down, or does it have to start in the up position? When is the green light supposed to come on? Thanks for any tips. Played Outrun the other night and it worked great and then played Streets of Rage and my infinite continues didn't work at all so trying to figure this out.
I think my Game Genie has a stuck bit. I've haven't touched it in a couple years but I never had issues with it in the past. Last time I used it was on stock hardware, to grant infinite lives while playing the physical cart of Guntz's SML v3 Super Mario World hack, and enabling the feather cape to reach some hard to reach spots. Recently the Super NT gave me a renewed interest in everything Super Nintendo related, and I have run into so problems with the device itself. Anyway I made a youtube video of the behavior. (previous upload attempt aborted for some reason) Basically the third character on the code input screen entry appears to have a stuck bit in it. Upon reset, some codes entered have the wrong character assigned, and they still don't work properly when entered. It exhibits the same behavior on stock hardware as well as the Super NT. Is there potential to fix it, or should I just buy another one?