Gameshark Codes

To use the following codes you'll need either a gameshark or a pro-action replay. If
you dont have one, buy it now!

Admin – Fri, 04/21/2006 – 2:34pm

Just to clear things up...

For those that are wanting to know what an Action Replay is, what a GameShark is, how they work etc:

An Action Replay and/or GameShark are devices designed to alter the way a game works. Using these cheat devices, you can change values in the game itself, for example, instead of a monster giving 50 experience upon death, an Action Replay and/or GameShark device could alter the copy of the game running on your console (does NOT change anything on the disc, so don't think this is permenant, however stats gained while using an AR or GS are permenant once saved.) to tell the game that the monster you just killed was worth 1,000,000 experience, or simular. Using this you can level skills, abilities etc insanely fast, however be warned, and I'm serious about this:

When you have a device like this, the moment you get stuck on a part of a game you give up so easily and just cheat to get it done a thousand times faster.
While this may seem neat the first few times, it quickly erodes any sense of achievement, making the game boring.

There are tons of websites where you can get GameShark codes, and I know that my Action Replay device has the codes built into it so depending on how modern your device is, you may not have to worry about it.

An example of the sorts of things you generally find hacks for games advertising:

-1 Hit Kill
-Infinite Health
-Unlock Everything in the Game
-Give yourself items

Sometimes you find more interesting things, such as FlyHacks, SpeedHacks, NoClip etc.

Also, if you have any more questions about how an Action Replay/GameShark works, or just Memory Editing in general, feel free to ask me. You can also ask me how certain codes for things work too if you like (such as how 1-hit kill could work and such) then you may contact me at or via PM on this website.

And finally...

The Action Replay device is owned by Datel Design & Development Ltd credits to them, and the GameShark device is owned by Mad Catz Interactive, Inc, with credits to them for their device.

Shynie – Wed, 02/18/2009 – 1:55pm


i have the replay max but i don't reslly know how it's suppose to work and how to use the cheats on it to be able to finish the games help me pls. i'm very desperate!!!???(?_?)

yuna96 – Fri, 08/17/2007 – 12:07pm

Re: help

Why do u use replay max 4 this game anyway? I think it's an easy game. U don't have to use it. Using bloodlust n wring is much easier even thought u're in a low level

gippal cool – Sat, 08/18/2007 – 10:35am

Help please

could someone help me with the new cave thing? please!

Siru90 – Thu, 04/26/2007 – 12:37pm

in thunder plains

in thunder plains

Siru90 – Thu, 04/26/2007 – 12:38pm

wth is game shark DD :

call me an idiot,
but what the heck is game shark?

Ryu Ryu – Sun, 03/18/2007 – 9:19pm


A gameshark it as a disc that contains loads of codes for PS2 Games. You put it in, select the game,pick which codes then start with the game disc in. I don't have it. I have a AR Max which I think is alot btter. Whenever I use it, If I make a girl use an Item which gives 1 exp, the Ap turns to 999 auto-giving skills :D

Black Moomba – Tue, 04/17/2007 – 2:40pm

hey are there any codes for ps2

hey are there any codes for ps2

pain16 – Fri, 10/27/2006 – 3:28am

Found an error.

There AREN'T any codes listed, everyone, YELL AT THE ADMIN!! lol jk
But anyways... Error, does not compute, does not compute. lol XD

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