VitaCheat/FinalCheat Database

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  1. NeoGranzon

    NeoGranzon Member

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    Hi,sorry but don't exist code for PCSB00880(DariusBurst Chronicles Savoir EUR)?
     
  2. NeoGranzon

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    Hi @Roah,sorry to bother you,but the codes for Dariusburst ChronicleSavoir(PCSE00792)version 1.11 don't work,why?
     
  3. Yohoki

    Yohoki GBAtemp Fan

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    You can try them out for yourself. Just remove the # from in front of the codes. If they work, great. if not, we can't really help with these codes. New ones would need to be made.
     
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  4. NeoGranzon

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    Thank you,but the codes for this game don't have # in front but $.
    I've same problem with Super Robot Wars Z3 Jigoku,Tengoku and Rengoku,the codes when applies don't work.
     
  5. Yohoki

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    ... every single one of these has a # in front of it....
    Codes by Dask
    Here's the codes without... The # symbol tells vitacheat to ignore the codes.
    Edited - Codes by Dask
    Jigoku and Tengoku require a MaiDump Version. If the game folder doesn't have a "mai_moe" folder inside of it, it's the wrong version and the codes will not work.

    Rengoku requires a Vitamin Dump (.vpk file). If your game didn't come in a .vpk file, it's the wrong version and the codes will not work.
     
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  6. NeoGranzon

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    Thank you @Yohoki,but the code don't work on the Mode AC and the Mode CS.
    In the Jigoku and Tengoku,i've the folder "mai_moe" and Rengoku i've installed from vpk,but the codes don't work.
    Example:on Super Robot Wars X,same codes works perfectly for the Japanese version and for English Subbed version.
     
  7. Yohoki

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    Ok. They're probably broken then. We'd have to remake them. Dask is in the chinese community on speedfly, so he's hard to get in touch with... not to mention, they usually ask for money for their codes. If someone on this thread like the games, they might redo them for you, but I can't say for certain.
     
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  8. Chocobunneh

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    I'm trying to use the Disgaea 3 (PCSE00022) that are listed on here and the wiki, and not a single one of them is doing anything, am I doing something wrong? The cheats appear in the Vitacheat, but no matter which I toggle on, not one of them has an effect. I don't think it's a problem with my Vitacheat, since my Adventures of Mana codes worked fine. Is there something I'm missing?
     
  9. TehDave

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    It's probably DLC related, having DLC present can shift addresses and break codes completely.
    It would be really helpful if people making codes list what DLC was installed when they made the codes, or else ensure that they have all the DLC available for the game before making codes and mention that the codes require all the DLC installed to function.
     
  10. Chocobunneh

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    Hmm, I don't think that's it, at least not for this game, since the Vita version of Disgaea 3 doesn't have any DLC at all.
     
  11. zeroviral

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    Check my post how I dealt with that, there are screenshots even.

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

    That should never be that much of an issue really, The one thing one should always make sure is the Region and Version(Patch) of the Game. Disgaea 3 already has all of the DLCs included. Secondlly try to check if the .psv file itself, there are some places where it just doesn't work. Heck a .psv I did via PC never worked but manually copying an existing .psv and editing it to be used for another via Vitashell worked.
    It is rare for the DLCs themselves to cause the problem unless these DLCs shifts the address downwards.
     
  12. TehDave

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    that was basically the only thing I could narrow down as to why none of Phantasy Star Nova's codes worked for me, as I tried everything (even downgrading to 3.60) to get them to work.
     
  13. Peoples92

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    does anyone have cheats for rogue aces (version 1.02) (PCSB00823)?
     
  14. Yohoki

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    DLCs often shift addresses. It's mainly the codes that add more content that do this, as opposed to the ones that unlock something or add currencies... Things like unlocking a character that was already on the cart or adding 5000Gold won't usually shift addresses, but ones like "Unlock 5 new boss fights" kind of DLC will usually shift the addresses.

    Just what I've been noticing.
     
  15. TehDave

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    Currently the only DLCs up for PS Nova on NPS are a bunch of challenge quests (including the all important Super Rappy Time, because trying to level normally is horrifically soul draining), one item pack (XP boosts, you can save edit these in though) and some outfits. There's a lot more (including a new quest line) but none of it has been uploaded yet and it's unlikely it ever will be at this point.

    Something (or multiple things) in that batch we do have though are throwing off the addresses. I haven't found the time to even try and find the culprit plus it would mean abandoning a 150hr+ save since removing DLC will likely lock the save.
     
  16. Yohoki

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    Looks like most of the DLCs are only 100 kilobytes, so they're just a keycode unlocking something that's already on the cart. But the Costume packs are almost 2 MB each. Each costume pack is probably the actual costume data, not just a key, so I'd guess they're the ones doing it. Even the "Additional Quests" packs show the 100kb filesize, so they're just keycodes as well and don't actually add any new data.

    DBZ was similar. Some versions had a "Region Exclusive" character that only could be gotten with a pre-order in a specific country. But, these were all just keycodes, with the character already on the cart, but locked away. So you could actually unlock these characters with vitacheat and not have to have the DLC downloaded. I bet the "additional quests" DLCs are similar in Nova. But the Costume packs are new data that is written to the eboot, so it pushes addresses around to make room.
     
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  17. Haloarbiter117

    Haloarbiter117 Newbie

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    I tested the codes but no idea how to use them, Activating them seem to do nothing.
     
  18. Yohoki

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    You shouldn't have to do anything besides turning them on... The comments are just my notes, you don't have to do anything there. They don't always LOOK like they do anything, though. Did you try activating Inf HP and then taking damage, to see what happens to HP?

    If that doesn't work, can you try 2 things for me?
    1st, Try disabling all un-needed plugins in your Tai/Config.txt file. (ask, if you don't know how or which ones. We can always help with that.)

    2nd, If plugins didn't help, can you send me a dump of your game from 81000000 - 86000000? (again, just ask for help if you don't know)
     
  19. TehDave

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    I suppose I can try removing the costume DLC and see if that changes anything, will probably kill my save though
     
  20. Yohoki

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    I wouldn't. Just note a "All DLC Required" on the psv file. If you wanna test the codes, you could always backup your save, as well.
     
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