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PCSX2 Codebreaker codes
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Where can i find codebreaker codes for ar tonelico melody of elemia and ar tonelico ii melody of metafalica?
I'm using codebreaker v10 on PCSX2.
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http://www.codetwink.com/list-cheats-ps2.html

Better use the pnach system
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(07-02-2020, 05:41 PM)vsub Wrote: http://www.codetwink.com/list-cheats-ps2.html

Better use the pnach system
I don't understand how to use pnach system, i'm sadly not that smart.
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#4
it'll work better than codebreaker codes :
https://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-How-PNAC...s-work-2-0
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(07-02-2020, 06:12 PM)jesalvein Wrote: it'll work better than codebreaker codes :
https://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-How-PNAC...s-work-2-0
Yes i know but i don't know where to find my game pnach number on PCSX2.
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(07-02-2020, 06:30 PM)Inuyashafan26 Wrote: Yes i know but i don't know where to find my game pnach number on PCSX2.

Try reading the guide too. Trust me, it helps.
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#7
Disable all the cheats (/ or // = disabled) and enable only the ones you need.
Here is what I found:


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.pnach   4437f4b1_Ar Tonelico Melody of Elemia US.pnach (Size: 7,17 KB / Downloads: 193)
.pnach   C38067F4_Ar Tonelico 2 - Melody of Metafalica [PS2 US NTSC].pnach (Size: 6,14 KB / Downloads: 150)
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(07-02-2020, 05:41 PM)vsub Wrote: http://www.codetwink.com/list-cheats-ps2.html

Better use the pnach system

Are you sure of that?

I didn't see any "Ar tonelico" codes there now.

Where are they at anyway?

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#9
How do I check cheats are enabled in game?
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#10
Console will tell you how many are activated however if you look into the pnach itself with notepad , look what it does and then see if it actually does what it says. There is no easy method if you want to check if they work or not or what it does besides running a game.
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