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Side FX
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posted 04-05-2000 02:45 AM      Profile for Side FX   Author's Homepage   Email Side FX   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
First I want to say that I'm not bashing newbies -- not long ago I was a Gameshark newbie.

Recently there have been many posts requesting codes that have already been posted numerous times along with Gameshark troubleshooting questions that have already been addressed.

Anyways, can someone post a "Gameshark for newbies guide" or "Frequenty used codes" thread similar in design to current Gameshark compendium that is restricted to just posting codes? This would help eliminate the "are there codes for blah...blah...blah?" questions.

Better yet, how's the HTML version Gameshark compendium coming along?


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cfalcon
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posted 04-05-2000 10:57 AM      Profile for cfalcon   Email cfalcon   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 

Nicely. I've just got two tests this week, so I haven't done the "Intro to Hex" section. I'm not trying to turn it into a monstrously large file, just the codes that are practical or interesting to most.

If I don't include enough, I'm sure people will post, and I'll just change it.

-cfalcon

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