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What is a Action Replay DS?

What is a Action Replay DS?

Action Replay is the brand name of a cheating device (such as cheat cartridges) created by Datel. The Action Replay is available for many gaming systems including the Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and the Xbox.

How can I play action replay on my Nintendo DS?

Steps Install your Action Replay Code manager. There should be a small disc that came with your Action Replay system. Insert the Action Replay game cartridge into your Nintendo DS and turn it on. Plug one end of your your USB cord into your computer and the other end into the top of your Action Replay game cartridge.

How to add codes onto your Nintendo DS?

Insert the Action Replay game cartridge into your Nintendo DS and turn it on. Plug one end of your your USB cord into your computer and the other end into the top of your Action Replay game cartridge. Find the code you are looking for and open up the “Notepad” program on your computer. Copy and paste the code onto the “Notepad” program.

How do you make code for Action Replay?

Click on Utility, type in the first part, with “02” at the start. 15. Hit the space bar, and type 270F, with “0000” at the start to sum up to 8 digits. 16. After clicking on the words “Action Replay DS” and OK, double click on your cheat and it should become ticked.

Is the Action Replay DS compatible with Windows Vista?

It WON’T work with Windows Vista until Codejunkies releases the appropiate drivers. Plug your Action Replay DS to any free USB port you have in your computer BEFORE putting in the installation CD. If you get a random window asking for the drivers needed for the installation, leave it there and put the installation CD in your computer.

How do you get Action Replay on DS?

Insert the Action Replay into the DS. While the Action Replay software is loading, press and hold all the following buttons: A + B + Start + Select. Release all of the buttons once the Action Replay is at the main menu.

Where do I go to get a disc replay?

Bring your items to the Disc Replay store nearest you. We will take a look at the items, and work up a price that we can pay you. You will be offered 2 prices. A cash price, and a store credit price. You choose which you want. Obviously, if our price is not good enough, you may feel free to keep the items with no obligation.

Is the DS Lite Action Replay a good purchase?

The Action Replay design should account for the large number of DS Lites in a protective case. Overall all, though, a great purchase for the DS Lite. Pages with related products.

Are there any cheat codes for Action Replay?

Unlock secret levels, characters and vehicles. Now you can become all poerful and beat any game. Action Replay is already pre-loaded with totally unauthorized cheat codes for all the latest and greatest Nintendo DS games and you can easliy update the Action Replay with new codes.

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Action Replay

For the Indian film, see Action Replayy. For the Howard Jones EP, see Action Replay (EP). For slow motion video effect used in sport broadcasting, see instant replay.

An internally mounted PC card with a serial port connected to a small controller.
Action Replay ISA card for PC 1994

Action Replay is the brand name of a cheating device (such as cheat cartridges) created by Datel. The Action Replay is available for many gaming systems including the Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and the Xbox.

Typical features[edit]

Typical cheating options include:

  • Making the player character stronger, such as with infinite lives, invulnerability, permanent power-ups, no collision detection, walk through walls, one-hit kills, super-high jumps, infinite money, etc.
  • Warping directly to specific levels.
  • The ability to download, upload, import and export saved games to the Internet or a storage device.
  • Allowing the player to save the game state to disk, so that the game can be restarted from that point even if it does not support saving.
  • Region-free operation.
  • Loading of third-party or homebrew applications/games.
  • Display of internal game data which are not normally seen by the player.

Action Replay DS and DSi[edit]

Also known as Action Replay for the Nintendo DS system, this device is a part of the main series created by Datel. The device usually comes with a cartridge, a software disc, and a cable to connect the device to a computer. Unlike future iterations, these versions communicate directly with the game's memory in real time. Because of this, the desired game needs to be inserted within the cartridge and then inserted into the system. Codes are created using the hexadecimal numbering system, and while Datel supplies a rich base of codes, users are given the ability to create their own codes.

Power-Saves[edit]

Power-Saves by Action Replay are a related series of video-game cheat devices. Unlike the main Action Replay series, which cheats by modifying the game code itself, Power-Saves store the game saves created by Datel, allowing users to cheat without modifying the game code being executed. Power-Saves are available for game systems such as the Wii on an SD card and the Nintendo 3DS.

Versions for computers[edit]

  • Commodore 64
    • Action Replay
    • Action Replay MK II
    • Action Replay MK III
    • Action Replay MK IV (1988)
    • Action Replay MK V (1989)
    • Action Replay MK VI
  • Commodore Amiga
    • Action Replay (A500 cart / A2000 CPU card)
    • Action Replay (A1200 card)
    • Action Replay MK II (A500 cart / A2000 CPU card)
    • Action Replay MK III (A500 cart / A2000 CPU card) (1991)
  • PC
    • Action Replay PC (ISA card) for DOS (1994)
    • Action Replay PC for Windows 95/98 (1998)

The ISA-based Action Replay needs memory-resident drivers for both the real and protected mode. The card has a grabber, a trainer, and a slowdown feature. It can also interrupt the current game or save it to disk (freezer).

Models running firmware 4.0 and beyond use EEPROM instead of ROM and thus are upgradeable.

In December 1998, Datel released a version for Windows 95/98. [1]

Versions for video game consoles[edit]

Third generation[edit]

Fourth generation[edit]

  • Mega Drive/Genesis
    • Action Replay
    • Pro Action Replay
    • Pro Action Replay MK2
    • Pro CDX (Action Replay) for the Mega CD
  • Super NES
    • Pro Action Replay
    • Pro Action Replay MK2
    • Pro Action Replay MK3

Fifth generation[edit]

  • Sega Saturn
    • Pro Action Replay
    • Pro Action Replay 4M (with 4 MB RAM)
    • Pro Action Replay 4M Plus (Same as the 4M, but with manual choice of the needed RAM)
  • PlayStation
    • Action Replay (1995)
    • Pro Action Replay (1996)
    • Action Replay CDX (1997)
    • Action Replay 2 V2 (2001) [As Bonus Disc With PS2 Action Replay 2 V2]
    • Equalizer
    • Equalizer CDX
    • Equalizer Extreme
  • Nintendo 64
    • Action Replay
    • Action Replay Professional (1999)
    • Equalizer (Datel)

Sixth generation[edit]

  • Dreamcast
    • Action Replay CDX (2000)
    • Equalizer Extreme
  • PlayStation 2
    • Action Replay 2 (2000)
    • Action Replay 2 V2 (2001)
    • Action Replay MAX (2003)
    • Action Replay MAX EVO (2004)
    • Action Replay MAX EVO (2009)
  • Xbox
    • Action Replay MAX
    • Action Replay MAX 360 Power-saves (2009)
  • GameCube
    • Action Replay (2003) [Note: The latest Wii firmware blocks this on Wii consoles running in GameCube mode.]
    • Action Replay MAX (200X)
    • Action Replay (2006, works on Wii)
    • Action Replay Power-saves (2007)

Seventh generation[edit]

  • Wii
    • Wii Action Replay Power-saves (2010)
    • Action Replay Wii (2012)

Versions for hand-held consoles[edit]

  • Game Gear
  • Game Boy, Game Boy Pocket, Game Boy Color
    • Pro Action Replay
    • Action Replay Professional (1997)
    • Action Replay Pro (1999)
    • Action Replay Online (2000)
    • Action Replay Extreme (2001)
  • Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Advance SP, Game Boy Micro
    • Action Replay GBX (November 2001)
    • Action Replay (2003)
    • Action Replay MAX (2004)
    • Action Replay MAX DUO (March 2005)
  • Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite
    • Action Replay MAX DUO (March 2005)
    • Action Replay DS (July 2006) [last firmware v1.71, games released later are not compatible]
      • NDS Trainer Toolkit (February 2007) [available only online][2]
    • Action Replay DS Media Edition (September 2008) [available only online]
    • Action Replay DS EZ (February 2009)
  • Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DSi XL
    • Action Replay DSi (October 2009); Later system software updates to the DSi and 3DS include a 'white list' which prevents unlicensed games from booting,[3] this stops older Action Replays from loading on updated DSi and 3DS handhelds, however older Action Replays will continue to work on original DS and DS Lite handhelds.
    • Action Replay DS "3DS/DSi/DS/Lite Compatible" (September 2011)
  • Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL
    • Action Replay Power Saves for 3DS (June 2013). The Action Replay Power Saves for 3DS can alter saves of 3DS games and has some codes for 3DS games.
  • PlayStation Portable
    • Action Replay MAX including 64 MB Memory Stick (August 2005) [Power-saves only]
    • Action Replay for PSP including 64 MB or 1 GB Memory Stick [Power-saves only]
    • Action Replay PSP including 1 GB Memory Stick (October 2008)
    • Action Replay PSP Online (December 2009)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_Replay
How to use Action Replay DSi

How to Manually Add Codes Into Action Replay for the Nintendo DS

Step 1

Make sure that your Action Replay is upgraded to the most recent firmware; to do so, connect the Action Replay to your computer using the USB cable that came with the device. After upgrading the Code Manager software, click the DS cartridge icon a second time to update the firmware. When completed, disconnect the Action Replay from the computer.

Step 2

Insert the Action Replay into your Nintendo DS and turn on the console. Click the star button icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen.

Step 3

Select your game from the Action Replay game list. If the title you wish to add codes for doesn't appear in the list, select "Add New Game." You will need the Game ID to add the game to the list.

Step 4

Click the pencil icon. Skip past the edit screens for the name and ID of the game if they're already entered, select "Add New Code" and click the pencil icon again. You will be prompted to enter a name for the code. Name it whatever you like and click "Next" when you've entered a name.

Step 5

Enter the desired codes. You do not need to add spaces or line breaks -- the Action Replay will do this automatically. Click "Next" once you've entered the entire code.

References

Warnings

  • Make sure that you've entered the code exactly, including any capitalization. If the code is entered improperly, it will not work.

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