Patching real games using an action replay?

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  1. Frederica Bernkastel
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    Member Frederica Bernkastel WebPerf and PWA advocate; @antoligy on Twitter

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    Ok, this is a question that also applies to GBA games, but is it possible to patch a game using an Action Replay(or to write a value permenintly) so that you can erase anyn save data and it will still stay the same?
    I ask because in the used games sections of various gamestations, you will always find a game where the value never changes.
    Is this a hacked rom on a dummy cart, or is it actually a real game that has been hacked. Is this achievable using some hardware?
    Thanks for reading.
    save the Whales.
     
  2. Kazumastars

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    Could be just a glitch with the Action Replay. Or maybe it has to do with using the Actual Action Replay hardware.
     
  3. CorruptJon

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    ROM = read only memory. So no, it is impossible.
     

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