I, dlevere, The Hackmaster, got a Nintendo 64 and one game, Diddy Kong Racing, for a member of my family. We also had a PlayStation.
I got tired of getting my ass kicked in Tekken by this unnamed member of my family, and I decided to do something about it. I didn't have a computer then, so I had to use the Free Library Of Philadelphia to research video games. I found out that there were ways that you could manipulate the games outcome, to trick and fool the game into thinking that you had completed things that you really hadn't, by using an interface called a GameShark. I had to borrow a Starfox 64 game from a friend in order to use keycodes, since we only had one game.
The History or Story Behind My Perfect Dark Guns
May 23, 2000. I picked this game up as soon as it came out. Little did I know that I was about to embark on a career that would continue until this day. It was after reading Square Guru's guide, and Will Mistretta's guide, that I was able to create my own Perfect Dark guns.
The History Of Hacking 101
Hacking 101 was started on May 31, 2001, while I was still the Moderator of the N64 forum at GSCCC.