Gameshark Ultimate Codes 2005

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Brady GAMES, Dec 18, 2004 - Games - 448 pages
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BradyGames' GameShark Ultimate Codes 2005 includes the following:

  • Comprehensive collection of exclusive GameShark codes for the most popular games released for the PS2, PS1, and Game Boy Advance.
  • Bonus cheats for Xbox and GameCube games are also included!
  • Over 50,000 codes are provided for the top games on the market -- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Tony Hawk's Underground 2, STAR OCEAN Till the End of time, Silent Hill 4, Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal, Madden NFL 2005, Pokemon: Fire Red and Leaf Green, and many more!
  • The codes will give players access to hidden characters, weapons and vehicles, level passwords, infinite health, power-ups, and much more for their favorite games.

    • Platform: PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, and Xbox

      Genre: Various

      This product is available for sale worldwide.

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    You guys suck yall paid off all the websites to take down all the origional gameshark codes for gba and convert everything to the stupid crud emulators so anyone wanting the actual codes will have to go through people like yall to gettem thats just hitting below the belt an im highly ticked!!!!

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    Mad Catz Interactive, Inc., (www.madcatz.com), designs, develops, manufactures and markets a full range of high quality, competitively priced accessories for video game consoles and portables, including the industry leading GameShark brand of video game enhancements. Mad Catz is the worldwide leader of innovative peripherals in the interactive entertainment industry, with distribution through nine of the top ten U.S. retailers offering interactive entertainment products. With operating headquarters in San Diego, California, Mad Catz has offices in Canada, the U.K. and Asia, as well as distributors in Europe and Australia.

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