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None of your codes work.

Unless otherwise indicated, all codes are for the American version. If you have a European (PAL) Playstation, some of the codes may not work.


What's a 'GameShark' and how do I enter all those numbers and letters?

Wondering how to use all those 'GameShark' codes? To use these codes, you must own a GameShark. The GameShark is piece of separate hardware made by Interact. You plug it into your Playstation, enter a bunch of numbers and letters, and voila, you can enable certain codes that normally can't be accessed. You can buy one at many video game retail stores. For more information on the Game Shark, go here.


I sent you guys codes, but never got my credit. What gives?

When we say "We'll give YOU the credit," we mean that we will thank you on the page. In other words, "Thanks to Revolution reader Bonker Jerks!" While we would love to send you Game Revolution T-Shirts or something, we just don't have that kind of money. Besides, you probably just copied the cheats from another site. Hehe. :)


There are no ascii characters depicting directional arrows, not to mention triangles for you Playstation fans. This left us with a bit of a puzzle trying to display some of the codes without using a hundred tiny .gif images. Not only would that increase many people's download time, but it would void our commitment to support all browsers and connect speeds.


Directional Symbols

Up: U
Down: D
Left: L
Right: R

PlayStation Buttons

Square: S or []
Triangle: T or /
Circle: O
X: X

Triggers: 1 & 2, just as they are marked. L & R for left and right (R1, R2, L1, L2)







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