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The '''[[Action Replay]]''' for non-windows based PC's (MS-Dos) was released in 1994. It was released on a ISA card. It allowed for cheat code entering and searching, screen capturing, adjustable slow motion, virus detection, and the ability to modify and save RAM. The cheat features have become obsolete as nowadays there are plenty of free programs which allow cheats to be used such as trainers. Most of the other features are sub-standard to other programs currently available also.
 
The '''[[Action Replay]]''' for non-windows based PC's (MS-Dos) was released in 1994. It was released on a ISA card. It allowed for cheat code entering and searching, screen capturing, adjustable slow motion, virus detection, and the ability to modify and save RAM. The cheat features have become obsolete as nowadays there are plenty of free programs which allow cheats to be used such as trainers. Most of the other features are sub-standard to other programs currently available also.
  
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==External Links==

Revision as of 10:39, 9 December 2013

The Action Replay for non-windows based PC's (MS-Dos) was released in 1994. It was released on a ISA card. It allowed for cheat code entering and searching, screen capturing, adjustable slow motion, virus detection, and the ability to modify and save RAM. The cheat features have become obsolete as nowadays there are plenty of free programs which allow cheats to be used such as trainers. Most of the other features are sub-standard to other programs currently available also.

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Action Replay
PC
Commodore 64 - Amiga - MS-DOS PC
Consoles
NES - Master System - Super Nintendo - Genesis - PlayStation - Saturn - Nintendo 64 - Dreamcast - PlayStation 2 - Xbox - Gamecube - Wii
Portables
Game Boy - Game Gear - Game Boy Advance - DS - PSP - 3DS