Hybrid

April 22nd, 2009
Ace:
As an updater for GSHI, what would you say makes GSHI unique?

Hybrid:
The new and old hackers working together with respect and understanding. The codes that come into here are for varied systems and quite unique. 


Ace:
You hacked a code to enable Servebot #41 in The Misadventures of Tron Bonne. What was your inspiration for making that code?

Hybrid:
It was actually requested in my orginal "taking requests for the following ps1 games thread at cmgscc.com"


Ace:
What is your favorite code/hack that you hacked?

Hybrid:
Depending on which system for NES- Joy Mech Fight- Access All Other Robots Ps1- Namco mesuem Vol 1. Full Movement for Galaga and Urban Chaos Enable Elcasso Isle


Ace:
What is your favorite code/hack of all time?

Hybrid:
Thats a tough question, but i would have to say it would have to be the Zombie343's sepheroth code just one of the "Impossibilities" that a creative mind made possible. Also for NES the Kupa Mutiny Code 


Ace:
Who would you say influenced you the most in the video game hacking scene? Who did you 'look up to' when you first entered the scene? (doesn't have to be the same person for both)

Hybrid:
There are many people who i look up to now. but probly the most would be LiquidManZero ,Viper and VisitntX they have always been nice enough to help me out when i had asked them question and when i still do. i really didn't look up to people when i first  entered the scene. i was more intimidated by them some of those people i now look up to.


Ace:
What was your first code/hack?


Hybrid:
one of my first hacks was probly getting and infinite Energy Code for Tiger shark for ps1.  only to find out that it was already hacked my first unique codes is probly for the codes for Marvel Vs Capcom under my old email jlk5@prodigy.net 


Ace:
What do you think is the most difficult type of code/hack to hack, and why?

Hybrid:
i'd probly have to say WTW codes still have yet to do one


Ace:
What is your favorite type of code/hack?

Hybrid:
character modifiers, menu modifiers anything which may allow me to access something that is not supposed to be touched


Ace:
What is your least favorite aspect of hacking?

Hybrid:
repeating the same part over and over again to get the desired results. also not being able to get a code to work. and listing out values for modifier codes


Ace:
What do you think the most annoying thing about the hacking scene is?

Hybrid:
code thievery if you don't want your codes somewhere they shouldn't be there


Ace:
Which game did you find the most fun to hack, and why?

Hybrid:
Frogger 2 Swampy's Revenge, i've always loved Frogger as a kid on the C64 and then being able to unlock everything, change characters.


Ace:
Did you ever hack an awesome code, or find an address in memory that would've yielded an awesome code, but then lost it somehow?

Hybrid:
yeah all it takes is just one press of a button power instead of reset. 


Ace:
What was the most difficult, 'hair-pulling' hack you've ever accomplished?

Hybrid:
the Namco Mesuem Vol 1  Full Movement code for Galaga the screen is split into two planes the top  of one starts where the bottom of the other is so you would reach the top of one plane and go to the top of the other  and the top and bottom of the visible screen is not even with either plane. using the character modifier to make the ship face the direction and using jokers to move him along the screen it ended up being 124 lines long


Ace:
Was there ever a code you just couldn't get to work quite correctly (something you hacked/attempted to hack)?

Hybrid:
yeah Duke Nukem Time to Kill. Co-op mode i still can't figure out how to get the enemies to spawn


Ace:
Aside from hacking and gaming, how do you like to spend your time?

Hybrid:
i like to fish accasionally, watch movies alittle graphic designing (even though its gameing related)


Ace:
What do you think must happen for the video game hacking scene to continue to thrive?

Hybrid:
better tools to hack games. better emulators for systems new and old


Ace:
One last question: if you had one thing to say to current, aspiring, and future hackers, what would it be?

Hybrid:
keep thinking, keep trying. keep your mind open to all possibilities