Konami hands out two more MGS4 codes, one download

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294w ago - Here are some more Metal Gear Solid 4 codes for all of you who want "free" stuff. It's technically free because you don't have to exert any effort in getting them, but it's all content already on the disc, which means you already paid for it. Go figure.

Anyway, these items are not as great as last week's, but we're sure you'll enjoy them just the same.

- skynytktjp - Scanning Plug S.
- mgo2play - Subsistence Action iPod Music

Just like last week, there's another item for download in addition to the codes. "Metal Camo" is available which causes Life and Psyche gauges to decrease at half the normal rate.

Your Camo Index will also go down by 10 percent. You can grab all three items by accessing the "Extras" menu.
 

Ocarina: Wii Cheat App; Wii Codes Enabled - Zelda TP Video!

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299w ago - GCNHacker87 posted a demo video on YouTube of the new Ocarina cheat app for Nintendo Wii, for the homebrew channel which lets users simply use 'discovered' codes. Basically it's similar to an Action Replay, only free... All you need is an SD Card!

Download: Ocarina Wii Cheat App

From the ReadMe: Ocarina is a very simple Wii application for your homebrew channel. What it does? Start a game.. but there's a twist of course.

Ocarina checks the GAME ID.. like RZDP01 for Zelda Twilight Princess (PAL). Then it checks the inserted SD card whether it can find a cheat code file for that game: in this case it would have to be name [sd]:codesrzdp01.gct.





To create GCT files.. a PC application is bundled in the package. This application is coming with 2 example files. rsbe.txt and rsbp.txt (Smash Brothers NTSC-U and PAL respectively). Using the File menu you can open, them and select the cheats you want.

Note that unlike an Action Replay you can modify codes with XXXXXXXX inside them.. it will always ask you to store modifications to its application memory I added this question so that people do not cry if a code is messed up - the actual cheat code file will not be modified until you...
 

Konami Replacing Bad MGO BETA Codes

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313w ago - According to reports, some of you who have placed a pre-order for Metal Gear Solid 4 are receiving incomplete Metal Gear Online UPVC codes.

Don't fret, though, as Konami is on top of the issue. To receive the full code, you'll have to send a message over to their support team with your partial code and a return e-mail address.

To quote: To start, we have been getting reports that some of you are receiving partial digit UPVC's Metal Gear Online Beta on the "Metal Gear Saga Vol. 2? DVD inserts. We are aware of this issue and are working hard to remedy.

If you've been affected by this issue, please contact us at http://www.konami-data.com/support/. Please be sure to include your partial code, and any other pertinent details (like a return email address, etc).

We thank you for your patience.
 

Metal Gear Online BETA details, codes being given away

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314w ago - The US PlayStation Blog has kicked off its "Metal Gear Mondays" which will be bringing weekly articles about Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots and Metal Gear Online packed with news and content including surprise announcements, guest authors, and much more!

This weeks edition HERE has revealed a ton of Metal Gear Online beta details.

Also, you can still get into the BETA without pre-ordering the game and they are giving away Unique Product Voucher Codes to download the Metal Gear Online BETA HERE.

Be quick though as they are in extremely limited quantities.
 

Colossus cracks codes once more

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335w ago - For the first time in more than 60 years a Colossus computer will be cracking codes at Bletchley Park.

The machine is being put through its paces to mark the end of a project to rebuild the pioneering computer.

It will be used to crack messages enciphered using the same system employed by the German high command during World War II.

The Colossus will be pitted against modern PC technology which will also try to read the scrambled messages.

War work

Colossus is widely recognised as being one of the first recognisably modern digital computers and was developed to read messages sent by the German commanders during the closing years of WWII.

It was one of the first ever programmable computers and featured more than 2,000 valves and was the size of a small truck.

The re-built Colossus will be put to work on intercepted radio messages transmitted by radio amateurs in Paderborn, Germany that have been scrambled using a Lorenz SZ42 machine - as used by the German high command in wartime.

The Colossus machine will be pitted against modern computer technology that will also be used to decipher and read the transmitted messages.

Tony Sale, who led the 14-year Colossus re-build project, said it was not clear whether the wartime...
 







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