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December 16, 2011 // 2:38 pm - Update: According to via CES 2012, the Game Genie (now by Hyperkin) will also be coming for Sony's PS3 and PSP consoles.

Previously we reported on PS3 cheats systems including Code Freak, PS3UserCheat, E3 GoldenFinger, P3Go Cheat 3.55 CFW, PS3 Cheat Enabler and a PS3 Game Save Unlocker and now enters the Xploder PS3 Cheats System for unmodified PlayStation 3 consoles.

The Xploder PS3 Cheats System retails for $14.99, and to quote from their page (linked above) on the device features: Xploder PS3 Cheats System

Xploder is the only way to cheat on the PS3 - with exclusive "re-signing" technolgy you can use all these saves with your existing PS3 Profile.

No other product, service or method offers this ability. It is exclusive to Xploder and another Xploder first!

• Works with the all the latest games, even games that profile lock their saves!
• Works with the latest PS3 firmwares without "jailbraking" or "modding"
• Assigns any save to your chosen PS3 profile, whether downloaded from the xploder database or elsewhere.
• Unlock secret content - get hidden items, power ups and extra lives etc.
• Hundreds of cheats for hundreds of games.
• Your PS3 will not be able to tell the difference between our "cheat" saves and your own made saves - It will load them all!


• Simply download , transfer & play!
• Xploder works with your preferred storage device :
• Any USB Stick
• Any Memory Pro Stick Duo

Xploder Cheats software blows your games wide open. Unlock levels, get max money, unlock new characters and vehicles and much more.

• No PS3 modding or jailbraking required.
• Exclusive "resigning" technolgy assigns any save to your existing PS3 profile. Your PS3 will not know the difference between a save you have made youself or one you have downloaded from the xploder database or elsewhere.
• Hundreds of cheats for hundreds of games.
• Now includes upload facility - share your saves with 1000"s of xploder users at the click of a button.
• Instantly updatable: includes 12 months unlimited downloads and updates from the constantly updated Xploder cheats database.
• Live RSS feed keeps you updated with the latest gamesaves from
• Join thousands of other Xploder community members and share cheats, gamesaves, tips and gaming news.

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#30 - GrandpaHomer - December 19, 2011 // 9:49 am
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Also - this is not solving issue with copy protected game saves - even if you'll have some downloaded you'll be not able to place them on OFW PS3 anyway ...

#29 - Osirisx - December 18, 2011 // 3:08 am
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Quote Originally Posted by barrybarryk View Post
It doesn't allow 'editing' saves or 'cheats' in the conventional sense, only using other peoples saves with unlocked saves available to download.

well this is about as much use as a chocolate coffee cup.

would have been great if it allowed the user to "edit" there saves and then revert when they have got passed a stage they couldn't do with out cheating.

if a save has a god mode enabled, there is no way to turn it off mid game. they are just trying to make money out of other peoples hard work.

#28 - Prince Valiant - December 18, 2011 // 1:30 am
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Quote Originally Posted by Natepig View Post
If this is not endorsed by Sony then it is very strange that they can tamper with game saves on newer firmwares. I obviously hope that its reversed!

No cheat device is ever endorsed by the company that makes the console.

#27 - barrybarryk - December 17, 2011 // 11:49 pm
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Just reassign the drive letters while you're using it. A rubbish workaround I know, but it will work

#26 - ChaoticTissue - December 17, 2011 // 11:41 pm
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They have a save for Uncharted 3 which is at 100% completion, a play time of 21 minutes, and a hundred-some treasures collected. If the software would properly detect my USB drive... it thinks it's the D drive, but that's just one of several HDDs in my tower... No options to change the file paths. I'd talk to their "support" people, if I was willing to put that much effort into it. But 1Panic is right, save files as "cheats" is total crap.

#25 - 1Panic - December 17, 2011 // 11:30 pm
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Wow thats it? Then ya its useless. Why would I give a shit about a save file???... How is a save file a cheat? lol

#24 - barrybarryk - December 17, 2011 // 11:30 pm
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It doesn't allow 'editing' saves or 'cheats' in the conventional sense, only using other peoples saves with unlocked saves available to download.

#23 - ChaoticTissue - December 17, 2011 // 11:18 pm
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Here's the manual, if anyone is interested:

It seems at first like this is more for video conversion (wholly useless with a media server)... I'd say, having wasted the money on it myself, that this is more or less useless... it just imports saves (from the xploder website only?)... Some of which you have to PAY for?! GeeZUZ...

No P.A.R.-style stuff, no manual code input, no codes at all, actually. Just savegame transference. Don't exactly know what I was hoping for, but this certainly wasn't it.

Waste of fifteen bucks. Let it be known.

#22 - 1Panic - December 17, 2011 // 8:09 pm
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That sucks...

#21 - Kraken - December 17, 2011 // 7:10 pm
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The fact that $ony DRM encrypts your gamesaves is absolutely criminal. You should have the freedom to use your game saves on any console and any profile without limitation. It is fundamentally YOUR data. You are the one who put 40+ hours into that game, and it is rotten on an unprecedented scale that $ony tells you you can't load that save on another console you own, or share it with the internet. Of course our corrupt government and courts don't care about your rights and let the corporations trample us consumers, while painting anyone who dares question this lack of freedom as "pirates".

This product will hopefully put a little bit of OUR data back in our hands. I wouldn't be too upset about the yearly fee, since I would expect $ony to block this within 6 months.