May 12th, 2005, 17:36 Posted By: wraggster
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<BLOCKQUOTE>We have received stock of two new products from Datel today, Action Replay Duo and MaxPower Battery for the PSP, while the UK peripheral maker also confirmed an upcoming edition of the famous Action Replay for the PSP.
The MaxPower Battery Pack is identical one-to-one in comparison with the original battery pack from Sony. Same voltage, same mA, same power, same time of charge and of consumption. Just plain same, but 33% cheaper. A great save for those in need of a second battery pack for long trips with their PlayStation Portable. Bulk discounts are granted for quantity orders.
We have to deliver bad news about the Action Replay Duo which we received earlier this week: it does not allow to use cheat-codes with Nintendo DS software. This might come as a surprise to you, as it was to us here. Instead, Action Replay Duo allows cheat-codes on GBA games only while it adds another feature for NDS games: MaxDrive saves. Check this CodeJunkies' page for detailed explanations. Sadly it appears like the upcoming Action Replay for PSP, freshly announced by Datel, is also a powersave tool and will also NOT support the classic cheat-code feature. It started with the Action Replay Xbox and it seems to become a new usual trend now at Datel to use the Action Replay brand name with non-cheat-code-based products, which might seem confusing to many gamers out there. For those who do indeed want a GAME SAVES MANAGER for their NDS or their PSP, orders are welcome for US$34.99 only.</BLOCKQUOTE>
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