If you also found Kid Icarus (or “Myth of Light: The Mirror of Palutena” in Japanese) to be really tough and never got a chance to beat it, then this video will show you a password to skip right to the end and the best strategy for beating the game’s final boss, Medusa.
Even casual Metroid fans have heard of the JUSTIN BAILEY code, but have you ever seen the NARPAS SWORD password in use?
While I’m not 100% sure, it appears that Nintendo rushed development of their version of Tetris to get it onto store shelves in an effort to legally block Tengen from selling their own version of the Russian puzzle game.
In the Super Mario All-Stars version of the original Super Mario Bros (and the Lost Levels), the Game Genie code DFB2-AF6E will trick the game into thinking Mario can swim through the air!
For more Game Genie fun, check out the video below…
If you have a Game Genie for the SNES, then you can unlock Super Mario World’s secret Boss Test level.
If you’re playing through Final Fantasy VI (any console version as far as I know) a 2nd, 3rd, or 20th time, here’s a neat trick you can use during the river segment of the game to boost your stats with almost no effort.
If I were to pick the top cheat code of all-time, I’d have to go with the Konami/Contra Code.
U U D D L R L R B A (Select, if 2 players) Start
Everyone knows it.
Well, SpaceHamster lists his top 10 cheat codes of all-time and the Contra Code is #10.
He explains why in the video below…
If I put the hours I spent trying to beat Evander “Real Deal” Holyfield boxing on the Genesis into actually trying to box, I probably would have been a pretty decent fighter. If anything, I would have been in a lot better shape in my teen years.