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The '''Codebreaker''' for the Playstation 2 is a [[Game Enhancer]] which has cheat code support. Unlike other Playstation game enhancers this one supported unencrypted codes, which is helpful to users that want to modify their codes. Later versions of the Codebreker added broadband internet support, which allowed for the downloading of cheat codes using the official websites "Day 1" feature. All cheat codes could be stored on memory cards, which allowed for the codebreaker to be sold cheaper.
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The '''Codebreaker''' for the PlayStation 2 is a [[Game Enhancer]] which has cheat code support. Unlike other PlayStation game enhancers this one supported unencrypted codes, which is helpful to users that want to modify their codes. Later versions of the Codebreaker added broadband internet support, which allowed for the downloading of cheat codes using the official websites "Day 1" feature. All cheat codes could be stored on memory cards, which allowed for the codebreaker to be sold cheaper.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 03:01, 1 October 2015

The Codebreaker for the PlayStation 2 is a Game Enhancer which has cheat code support. Unlike other PlayStation game enhancers this one supported unencrypted codes, which is helpful to users that want to modify their codes. Later versions of the Codebreaker added broadband internet support, which allowed for the downloading of cheat codes using the official websites "Day 1" feature. All cheat codes could be stored on memory cards, which allowed for the codebreaker to be sold cheaper.

History

Early versions had a somewhat cluttered interfaces. Later versions improved on the menu interfaces and also added broadband support. Version 9 added support for USB keyboards.

Hardware


Codebreaker
Consoles
PlayStation - Dreamcast - PlayStation 2
Portables
Game Boy - Game Boy Advance - Nintendo DS