60 FPS Patches/Cheat Codes Releases and Discussion

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  1. Hazerou
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    I made this thread so we can share or talk about 60 FPS Patches/Cheat Codes. I will be posting the cheat codes here and I will credit whoever made them. If you have a 60 FPS Patches/Cheat Codes, feel free to post them here and I will post them here on the list and I will credit you.

    Note: You can experience 60 FPS best on New 3DS/3DS XL/2DS XL Models.

    Anyways, on to the List of 60 FPS Patches/Cheat Codes;

    A
    Alphadia
    Asdivine Cross

    B
    BlazBlue Clonephantasma
    Bonds Of Skies
    Bravely Default
    Bravely Second

    C
    Chronus Arc
    Crystareino

    D
    Dragon Ball Fusions
    Dragon Lapis
    Dragon Quest VIII
    Dragon Sinker

    E
    Ever Oasis
    E.X. Troopers

    F
    Fantasy Life

    I
    Infinite Dunamis

    J
    Journey To Kreisia
    Justice Chronicles

    K
    Kingdom Hearts 3D

    L
    Labyrinth No Kanata
    Laytons Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy
    Legna Tactica
    Luigi's Mansion

    M
    Machine Knights
    Metal Gear Solid 3D
    Mononoke Forest
    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
    Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
    Monster Hunter Generations
    Monster Hunter Stories
    Monster Hunter XX

    P
    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Dual Destinies
    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice

    R
    Resident Evil Revelations

    S
    Symphony Of Eternity

    T
    Tales of the Abyss

    U
    Unchained Blades
    Unlucky Mage
     
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  2. Hazerou
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    Want to help but don't know what to do?
    Here's a plugin that you can use on your 3DS/2DS to search the codes.
    There's a guide here and here on how to find the FPS Codes.
    There's a video tutorial here for experts using PC.
     
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  3. mat128

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    Good lord this is incredible, I had no idea these were a thing, I'll try them out right away.
     
  4. NanashiFinal13

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    I was just about to do a search for fps code for Labyrinth no Kanata, so thanks for that! :D
     
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  5. xxNathanxx

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    I (and probably many others) would sincerely appreciate codes for the EUR versions of these games, if anyone feels like creating some.

    To the OP, I'd suggest putting a link to the original threads for these codes instead of simply crediting the authors. If something isn't working right, it'll be easier to find the relevant thread and see if anyone else ran into the same problems.
     
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    Bravely Default:

    USA - 00040000000FC500

    [30 FPS]
    D3000000 08000000
    000002A0 0000001E
    D2000000 00000000

    [60 FPS]
    D3000000 08000000
    000002A0 0000003C
    D2000000 00000000

    Code needs more testing- no issues so far, but in some areas/actions like airship travel, cant sustain the 60 fps. Code made by Nanashi13.
     
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    Bravely Second:

    USA - 000400000017BA00

    [30 FPS]
    D3000000 08000000
    000002B8 0000001E
    D2000000 00000000

    [60 FPS]
    D3000000 08000000
    000002B8 0000003C
    D2000000 00000000

    Code made by Nanashi13.
     
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  8. Hazerou
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    Yes, I want to make some codes for the EUR games but the problem is I don't have enough storage for my 32Gb 3DS. I think I'll try upgrading it to at least 256Gb when I get one. And Good suggestion, I will put the original links of the codes here on the list under their credits.

    Nice find! I will put them on the list right away. Just give me a sec.
     
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  9. mikewii7

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    should work on all versions, cant figure out why fps drop to 30 at open world
    Code:
    [Bravely default 60fps]
    0010553C E3A0003C
     
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  11. NanashiFinal13

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    Tales of the Abyss

    USA - 0004000000061300

    [30 FPS]
    D3000000 08000000
    0050B71C 00000002
    D2000000 00000000

    [60 FPS]
    D3000000 08000000
    0050B71C 00000001
    D2000000 00000000

    Minor Bugs, works but occasionally in some areas drop to 30,will make the game runs faster. Code made by Nanashi13.
     
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    Maybe this is a dumb idea, but i think it will be usefull to do a list of 3DS games that run at 60 FPS on New 3DS, like Poochy & Yoshis Woolly World or Dead or Alive Dimensions, so if anyone wants to looks for FPS cheats, dont waste time finding what games runs at 60 fps and what runs at 30
     
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    Hmmm, you mean list all games with a default 60 FPS cap? I don't know but I think it's a little bit troublesome to find and list them:cry:
     
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    Dead or Alive maintains its 30 fps cap in N3DS when you turn on 3D.
     
  16. NanashiFinal13

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    Yes, i know, but i can try it :) I find several games when i was searching fps codes.

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    As far as i know, theres no 3DS game that maintains 60 FPS when you turn the 3D. Im talking about the games that runs on 60 fps by default without the 3D.

    Edit: aparently, i was wrong. on certain website claim that Mutant Mudds, HarmoKnight and Mario Kart 7 runs on 60 fps even with 3D on.
     
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  17. Hazerou
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    There's this GameF*** site that has a list of 3DS games that runs at Default 60 FPS though. I don't know if all of the game's are there.
     
  18. Hazerou
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    Ok another method on how to find the FPS code(might not work on some games). This one is tricky and risky because you will be visiting the Hex Editor and may crash your game a lot!

    And this method is slightly similar with Finding the FPS code on KH3D from here.

    So apparently on PSP game: KHBBSFM, there's this Address that has a value that keeps increasing nearby below the FPS code's Address;

    09F25EC8 = FPS Code's Address
    09F25EE0 = Value keeps increasing (Let's just call this one "Game Runtime")

    And also KH3D;

    0055BDE0 = FPS Code's Address
    0055BE00 = Value keeps increasing (Let's just call this one "Game Runtime")

    HINT:
    1. The initial value of Game Runtime should be Hex 00000000 And will start to increase when the game is now running.
    2. In most games, the Game Runtime's Value doesn't increase while your still on CTRPF.
    3. The longer the Game runs, the bigger the Game Runtime's value.
    4. Let's just say that the Game Runtime's value increases by Hex 00000100, Hex 00000200 or Hex 00000300 every 5 seconds the game runs.

    Ok time to search, The Game that we will use as an example is "Unchained Blades";

    1. Like on KH3D method, Check the Address of the money;

    [Money 999999]
    00394B5C 000F423F

    2. Open CTRPF then use MemRegion: 0036E000 - 00447000 because this is where the Money cheat code's address is located.

    3. Then search using "Unknown search" at "4 Bytes"

    4. Return to the game then open CTRPF again then search "Bigger Than"

    5. Keep repeating Step 4 (well at least go to a different area, Open Pause menu or return to Title Screen etc. Before searching again to help reduce the search results).

    6. Ok now there's only a few results (for me it's about 8) and sometimes you'll get lucky because the first address from the results is the right one;

    0037262C 00015296 = Game Runtime (The value is slightly big because my game's been running for more than 5 minutes that time).

    7. Now, the tricky and risky part: Go to Hex Editor and jump to our Game Runtime's Address = 0037262C

    8. Search for nearby Addresses with a value of 8-bit 01 or 8-bit 02. ( It's either their above or below Game Runtime's address, but on most games, it's above it).

    0037262C 00015296 = Game Runtime

    Nearby Addresses;

    00372630 00000001
    00372628 00000001
    0037261C 00020000
    00372618 00000001
    00372614 00000001
    00372610 00010001

    Note: The values may be different depending on where you at the game.

    9. Edit them one by one by decreasing their value by 01 then return to game. (In some cases, Crashes may occur when editing).

    10. If your lucky that your game didn't crash but nothing happened, Return to Hex Editor and Revert the value that you edited by adding 01 to avoid crashing the game.
    Example;

    00372630 00000001 = You Edited this to 00372630 00000000

    Just Edit it again to 00372630 00000001

    11. And then do step 8 again until you find the right one: 00372614 00000001

    [30 FPS]
    00372614 00000001
    {32-bit code}

    [30 FPS]
    20372614 00000001
    {8-bit code}

    [60 FPS]
    00372614 00000000
    {32-bit code}

    [60 FPS]
    20372614 00000000
    {8-bit code}

    And that was it again! It's pretty risky because of the Crashes that may occur when Hex editing so Do It At Your Own Risk!
    And sorry because I posted this guide late.

    Edit: Use 8-bit type code instead just to be safe.
     
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  19. Nehpets700

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    Man, these are great.
    I would donate an organ for a 60 FPS code for the M&L:BIS remake.
     
  20. Hazerou
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    Found another one using this method .
    This time The FPS Code's address is below the Game Runtime's address.

    Mononoke Forest
    USA 00040000001BD300

    08003BE4 = Game Runtime (It's value increases faster than I mentioned in the guide)

    [Default 30 FPS]
    28003C1C 00000001

    [60 FPS]
    28003C1C 00000000
    {Will make the game runs faster}

    The only thing I hate is that most games run faster when 60 FPS is activated. I wonder if there's a way to find their Game Speed Code:unsure:.
     
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