MegaMan Starforce 2: ZERKER...:

MegaMan Starforce 2: ZERKER...

MegaMan_StarForce2.jpg

Hello everyone, I just wanted to pop in and quickly post something to let everyone know that codes are now available for both MegaMan Starforce 2: ZERKER x NINJA & MegaMan Starforce 2: ZERKER x SAURIAN.

I've now moved on to other games & requests, so I will not be working on anything new for this game any time soon (sorry). I'm currently sorting through 6,000 code request emails while staring at several PS2 & Wii titles that I still haven't touched.

It's time for me to get back to work!

- Jay "FNG"

 

Available codes as of July 30th, 2008:

Max / Infinite Zenny

All Weapons: OmegaXis

Press SELECT for Full Card Box

RANDOM BATTLE CODES:

No Random Battles

Press L+R For Instant Battle

OUT OF BATTLE HP CODES:

Full HP

Max HP

IN BATTLE CODES:

Infinite HP

Max HP

Instant Weapon Charge

Press L or R: Full Custom Gauge

 

Read More

Pokemon Diamond & Pearl - Mystery Zone:

Pokemon Diamond & Pearl - Mystery Zone

Mystery Zone - Pokemon Diamond & Pearl

As I mentioned in a previous blog entry, I've been working on "Mystery Codes" for Pokémon Diamond & Pearl... Well, I believe it's time to let the cat out of the bag.

Pokémon Diamond / Pearl fans who own an Action Replay are well aware of the "Walk Anywhere" & "Run Anywhere" codes. What many of them don't realize is that using these codes improperly can cause some serious side effects... the most serious of all is when you save in an area of the game you're not supposed to be in. (I wrote about this issue in my last blog entry.)

Here are some perfect examples of places you DO NOT want to save your game; in the middle of a forrest, in any areay dispalyed as "Mystery Zone", in the black area found inside houses, centers, etc. Saving in these locations may cause your game to "lock" your character in that location when you load the save data.... even with Walk / Run Anywhere it's nearly impossible to escape and progress normally through the game.

Mystery Zone - BAD!Mystery Zone 2 - VERY BAD!

Normally, if you've accidentally saved in one of these areas, or the game auto-saved somewhere you weren't suppsed to be, you'd have to delete your game save and start all over from the beginning. (Which doesn't make many people happy.)

I've been banging my head for a while now trying to come up with a way to fix this problem & allow these accidents to be recovered from.....
"Mystery Zone Save Fix (HOLD SELECT)"

The process can be a bit confusing, but if you follow these instructions carefully, you should be able to recover from the dreaded "Mystery Zone of Death".

STEP 1 – Entering the “Mystery Zone Fix” Code

  1. Insert Pokémon Diamond or Pokémon Pearl into the pass-through slot of the Nintendo DS Action Replay.
    NOTE: If you do not have a pass-through port on your Action Replay, proceed to #2.
  2. Insert the Action Replay into the game slot.
  3. Turn the Nintendo DS on.
    NOTE: If you have a pass-through slot on your Action Replay, proceed to #5.
  4. Replace the Action Replay with either Pokémon Diamond or Pokémon Pearl.
  5. Add the following code to your existing Pokémon Diamond or Pearl code list. 
  6. You may either manually enter the code, or use the Action Replay Code Manager software.
    AR - Mystery Zone Fix
    CODE REVISED: 08-08-2008:
    Mystery Zone Fix  (HOLD SELECT WHILE SAVING)
    94000130 FFFB0000
    621C5A08 00000000
    B21C5A08 00000000
    DC000000 F7FDEA80
    18000000 0000019B
    D2000000 00000000
    94000130 FFFB0000
    621C5A08 00000000
    B21C5A08 00000000
    000020C8 0000036F
    000020CC 00000070
    000020D4 0000036F
    000020D8 00708000
    D2000000 00000000

STEP 2 – Enabling the “Mystery Zone Fix”

  1. Enable ONLY the “Mystery Zone Fix” tap the on-screen start button.
  2. Load your Pokémon Diamond or Pokémon Pearl game save progress.
    The moment the save data has loaded, press the X button to access the in game menu.
    NOTE: DO NOT press any buttons before pressing X to ensure access the proper in game menu.
    Press X to Access Save Menu
  3. Choose “SAVE” from the menu.
  4. When prompted with “Would you like to save the game?”, choose YES.
    Would You Like to Save? YES!
  5. A second prompt will now appear; “There is already a saved file. Is it OK to overwrite it?”.
    Overwrite? YES! - Now HOLD SELECT
  6. The moment you choose “YES” to the second prompt, PRESS AND HOLD the SELECT button.
    HOLD SELECT WHILE SAVING
    NOTE: The screen may look a little strange while you're holding select, but don't worry; this is normal.
  7. Continue to hold the SELECT button down while the game progress is being saved.
  8. Once the game has confirmed that the save was successful, power off the Nintendo DS.

STEP 3 – Verifying & Completing Fix

  1. With the power OFF, and no Action Replay is connected to your Nintendo DS, insert your game cartridge.
  2. Power ON the Nintendo DS.
  3. Load the existing game save data.
    Load Fixed Data - Looks Funny... Almost Done!
    NOTE: The graphics may look strange at this point, but again, don't worry.... this is normal.
  4. Enter any one of the nearby houses.
    Enter a House to fix the graphics.
  5. Exit the house.
    TA DAAA! - FIXED. (Now Save.)
    Ta-Daaa....... Fixed!
  6. Open the in game menu by pressing X
  7. Save your game data one final time and you're done..

NOTE: Since each game save is unique, it is impossible for our code staff to accurately recreate every instance / problem that may occur when saving in a “Mystery Zone”, this code is not guaranteed to work in every situation. If this does not fix your problem, or you’re unable to access the in game menu to save your game progress, it may be necessary to send your game cartridge in to us so that our code creators may look at your specific problem..  Click here for more info.

Hopefully you found this useful & it solved any problems you were experiencing. Please leave a comment and let me know if it worked for you.

See you next time,
- Jay "FNG"

 

P.S.
I picked up copies of both MegaMan Starforce 2 ZERKER X NINJA & MegaMan Starforce 2 ZERKER X SAURIAN yesterday, so expect to see codes soon.

As promised, the following requested games have been updated:

Read More

Action Replay DS Tip: INFO Button:

Action Replay DS Tip: INFO Button

blog_AR.jpg

Today I had a brief conversation with the folks in our customer service department and they brought something to my attention; most poeple seem to overlook the INFO button on their Nintendo DS Action Replay. Since it's an extremely useful part of the Action Replay DS, I thought I'd pass on a useful tip and hopefully it will help a few of you get the most out of your AR DS.

Hopefully, after reading this, you'll have a better understanding of what the INFO button is, how to use it, and why it's so important.

i.png

INFO button; quick explanation:
If a particular code or group of codes has some information associated with them you will see the INFO button appear. Tap it with your stylus to display the associated notes; tap it again to clear them.

 

INFO button; detailed explanation:
As you're scrolling through the codes for a specific title on the Action Replay DS, the following will be displayed on the touch screen:

No

As you continue to scroll through the code list you may notice an icon appear between the up arrow and the code edit icon. (The "code edit icon" is the one that looks like a pencil).

If the INFO button appears when a code or code folder is highlighed, tap it and an info window will appear in the top screen of the Nintendo DS. The info displayed here is usually quite important and contains instructions or warnings you should be aware of before using the code(s).

For example, if you were to play Animal Crossing: Wild World and you wanted to use the "ABLE SISTERS PATTERN EDIT MOD:" codes, you should be aware that the code will not activate until you press the L Button, R Button, and Down on the D-Pad. Also, the effects of the code aren't visible until the patteren has been saved. If you highlight the "ABLE SISTERS PATTERN EDIT MOD:" code folder and tap the INFO button that appears, you'll see the following message display in the top screen of the Nintendo DS.

"Edit a patteren at the Able Sisters, press L+R+DOWN, then save."

INFO Button Not Tapped:
Code info not displayed

INFO Button Tapped:
Code info is displayed

ARDS Animal Crossing WW Codes

ARDS Animal Crossing Wild World Codes

The INFO button can also provide you with extremely important information about the possible side effects of using a particular code. A perfect example of an Action Replay code containing extremely useful information would have to be the "GO ANYWHERE - THROUGH ANYTHING:" codes for Pokemon Diamond & Pearl.

If you highlight the code folder and tap the INFO button, you'll see the following warning:

WARNING: Use at your own risk. Do NOT save in black areas or Mystery Zones.

If you highlight the "Walk Anywhere" code within code folder and tap the INFO button, you'll see another warning.

03 ARDS_top_Pokemon-NoInfo.jpg
04 ARDS_top_Pokemon-Info.jpg

If you were to save your game while wandering around in an area labeled "Mystery Zone" or wander into the black area while inside a house and your game were to save, you may become permanantly stuck in that location the next time you load your game save.... in more extreme cases your game save may become corrupted and automatically delete itself the next time you try to play.

Well, that's about all there is to the INFO button. I hope you found this "tip" helpful; thanks for taking the time to read through it.

- Jay "FNG"

Read More

Mystery Code:

Mystery Code

blog_AR.jpg

Hello everyone, I just wanted to make a quick post to let you all know that I haven't forgotten about you; I've just been extremely busy.

Something thing that has occupied quite a bit of my time is a "Mystery Code" for two of the most popular Nintendo DS titles; Pokemon Diamond & Pokemon Pearl. I haven't told anyone that I've been working on it because I wasn't sure that it could be done.... To be honest, I was extremely concerned about getting everyone's hopes up, only to find that the code would never work properly.

Well, I believe I've finally got everything figured out, and I'll begin testing it in various situations throughout the game this weekend. If all goes well I willll be revealing the code soon; keep your eye on us.codejunkies.com/blog for more info.

- Jay "FNG"

 

Latest Action Replay DS codes:

NDS titles that will be purchased / worked on shortly:

  • AMF Bowling Pinbusters
  • Mega Man Star Force 2 Zerker X Ninja
  • New International Track & Field
  • Final Fantasy IV
  • Final Fantasy Tactics A2

Read More

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith:

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith

Guitar-hero-aero.jpg

I'm on vacation this week, but that's not going to stop us from making absolutely sure that your backstage passes are ready for Guitar Hero: Aerosmith the second  you get it home from your local game store...

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Wii Power Save)

01 Expert Career Complete
All career songs unlocked, EXPERT complete and over $50,000 to spend in the Vault.

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (PlayStation 2 ActionReplay Max Codes)

Full / Infinite Star Power
Always Rock Out (Meter Always Green)
Max Score

 

P.S.

Guitar Hero on Tour codes for the Nintendo DS have been posted as well.

Here's what we have so far....

Never Fail (Meter Always Green)

SCORE CODES:

  • Quick Score Gain
  • Super Fast Score Gain
  • Max Score

STAR POWER CODES:

  • Tap R for Full Star Power
  • Tap L for Full Star Power

See you later this week....

-Jay "FNG"

Read More

Rock Band (Wii):

Rock Band (Wii)

rock-band.jpg

 

I just wanted to drop by and let everyone know that Rock Band for the Wii has been released and we've wasted no time getting the Power Saves completed for it.

The following saves for Rock Band can be found by clicking on the "Saves Web" button, then "Power Saves", then "R" in the PC software that came with your Wii Power Saves.

  1. All Songs Unlocked & More:
    All songs unlocked in quick play mode. 5 Star Gold on all songs completed in Guitar Solo Tour (Expert) mode. (62/63 songs complete - Guitar Expert Solo Tour.)
  2. Guitar Solo Tour (Expert) Complete & All Songs Unlocked:
    All songs unlocked in quick play mode. 5 Star Gold on all songs in Guitar Solo Tour (Expert). (63/63 songs complete - Guitar Expert Solo Tour.)

Well, I've got to get back to work now; I have a pile of DS games sitting on my desk that need codes.

 - Jay

 

New Action Replay DS codes coming this week for the following titles....

  • Arkanoid DS
  • Space Invaders Extreme
  • Wacky Racers: Crash & Dash
  • Tamagotchi Connection Corner Shop 3
  • ... and more...

Read More

LEGO Indana Jones:

LEGO Indana Jones

blog_legoIndy.jpg

So, what's new this week on codejunkies.com? Well, we've added 91 new PlayStation 2 Action Replay Max codes for LEGO Indiana Jones: the Original Adventures, and 25 new codes for Dawn of Mana.

Not to worry Nintendo fans, we've also posted new codes for LEGO Indiana Jones: the Original Adventures and Top Spin 2 for the DS ActionReplay; the Wii Power Save for LEGO Indiana Jones will be uploaded shortly.

- Jay

Read More

New this week...:

New this week...

blog_AR.jpg

Hello everyone... I just wanted to highlight a few bits of new content posted to CodeJunkies.com this week. 

PlayStation 2 Action Replay Max:

Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 (FES)
Infinite Money
Max Money After Buying An Item
99x Standard Items Available
MAIN CHARACTER CODES:

Infinite HP
Infinite HP & SP

SUPPORT CHARACTER CODES:

Infinite HP
Infinite SP

EXP AFTER BATTLE CODES:

Gain 100 EXP After Battle
Gain 200 EXP After Battle
Gain 500 EXP After Battle
Gain 1000 EXP After Battle
Gain 5000 EXP After Battle
Gain 10000 EXP After Battle
Gain 25000 EXP After Battle
Gain 50000 EXP After Battle
Gain 100000 EXP After Battle
Gain 50000 EXP After Battle
Max EXP After Battle


Nintendo Wii Power Saves:

Death Jr. Root of Evil
All Stages unlocked, all movies, max energy, all weapons & upgrades.


Nintendo DS Action Replay:

Crash Boom Bang!
Press SELECT for Max Score

DICE CODES:

Hold L While Rolling Dice for 12
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 11
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 10
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 9
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 8
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 7
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 6
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 5
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 4
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 3
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 2
Hold L While Rolling Dice for 1

Ice Age 2
Max Score
Collect 1 Acorn To Reset Flood Meter

Surf’s Up
Press A to Instantly Get Up

Before I go, I wanted to let everyone know that the Boom Blox Power Save for the Nintendo Wii is nearly complete! Also, next week I'll be working on a backlog of Wii & DS titles as well as filling a few code requests for the PS2 game Dawn of Mana, Wii Power Saves requests for Dragon Ball Z Budokon, Tenkachi 3, Nights: Journey of Dreams and more if all goes well.

Have a great weekend!

- Jay "FNG"

Read More

Teenage Zombies: I.o.t.A.B.T.:

Teenage Zombies: I.o.t.A.B.T.

teenage-zombies.jpg

[deep breath]
OK, here goes…

Since this is my first CodeJunkies.com blog entry I thought I'd start by introducing myself. My name is Jay, but in the online community I'm better known as "FNG". I'm the senior code creator for the US Action Replay & Power Save products. (Basically, my main responsibility is to make codes & saves for the Datel "cheat" products that are sold here in the US.) I’m also the resident “geek” & hardcore gamer here at the Datel USA office so I help our technical support team with some of the more complex questions, help maintain the local servers and keep the www.datelcustomerservice.com as up-to-date as possible. 

"Blah Blah Blah.. Get to the good stuff!"

Enough about that; allow me to get into what this new blog feature is going to do for you. As I read through your requests and create codes / saves, I'll be able to let you know what we’re up to. That’s right; no more anxiously waiting for the next batch of random content to appear on codejunkies.com. Now you’ve got someone on the inside to give you the scoop! I’ll be letting you know that what games are being worked on, what code requests are being completed, and sharing some tips on how to get the most out of your Datel products.

 

Today we just released several Action Replay codes for Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingy's for the Nintendo DS. Some of these codes are pretty straight forward, however, some may cause some confusion if used incorrectly.

 

Game ID: YTZE 759C209D

Press SELECT to Restore Health
94000130 FFFA0000
120c7290 000003E8
D2000000 00000000

Press SELECT for Max Health
94000130 FFFA0000
120c7294 000003E8
D2000000 00000000

Press SELECT for Max Score
94000130 FFFA0000
022bac48 05F5E0FF
D2000000 00000000

The codes listed above are pretty straight forward; press the select button and your health is restored, the maximum health is increased from 500 to 1000, and your score will soar to 99,999,999!

All Body Parts
222bac4c 00000005

The "All Body Parts" code will fiill the "Parts Pile" located on the lower left section of the screen. When you have all body parts, you can simply tap the "Parts Pile" at any time to launch a mini-game. If you successfully reassemble the body, your health is restored. (Not necessary if you're using the "Press SELECT to Restore Health" code.)

 

FINNIGAN POWER UP CODES:

Acid Puke (Hold Y & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
927FFFA8 F7FF0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00000060 00000000
D2000000 00000000

Fire Puke  (Hold B & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
94000130 FFFD0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00000060 00000001
D2000000 00000000

Soap Puke (Hold A & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
94000130 FFFE0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00000060 00000008
D2000000 00000000

ZACK POWER UP CODES:

Spray-Can Board (Hold Y & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
927FFFA8 F7FF0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00000BA0 00000003
D2000000 00000000

Monster Wheel Board (Hold B & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
94000130 FFFD0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00000BA0 00000004
D2000000 00000000

Hover Board (Hold A & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
94000130 FFFE0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00000BA0 00000002
D2000000 00000000

LORI POWER UP CODES:

Umbrella Arm (Hold Y & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
927FFFA8 F7FF0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00002198 00000005
D2000000 00000000

Vaccuum Arm (Hold B & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
94000130 FFFD0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00002198 00000006
D2000000 00000000

Rivet Gun (Hold A & Tap DOWN)
620D4F04 00000000
94000130 FFFE0000
B20D4F04 00000000
00002198 00000007
D2000000 00000000

To activate any of the codes that give your zombie a specific power-up, you'll have to be in control of the desired zombie first. Once you're controlling the desired zombie, hold a button on your Nintendo DS and tap down on the directional pad.

If you wanted Lori "Lefty" Lopez to have the Rivet Gun power up, follow these steps:

  1. Tap Lori with your stylus, or press the L or R buttons, to bring Lori out of the crypt and gain control of her.
  2. Press and HOLD the "A" button on your Nintendo DS.
  3. Tap down on the directional pad.
  4. Continue to HOLD the "A" button until the Rivet gun appears in Lori's coffin.

Well, that's just about all the time I have for today... I've got to get back to work; I need to finish up a power save for Boom Blox (Wii) and fill code requests for Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 (PS2).

- Jay "FNG"

Read More

Welcome to the Codejunkies Blog:

Welcome to the Codejunkies Blog blog.jpg

We thought it was about time we had somewhere official to discuss such import matters as code hacking, more code hacking and occasionally some rather interesting product announcements. Usher in the birth of the Codejunkies Blog.

Read More