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#1

I am looking for a **Goldfinger **cartridge for the PS1.

http://www.vghackers.net/w/images/b/b3/Psx_gf.jpg

(like this)

I had one a long time ago and am now regretting getting rid of it since I didn’t realize how damn hard they are to find anywhere. I’m willing to pay $15 (shipped) for one if anyone manages to have one in good shape (package prefered).

PM me with Paypal info if interested.


#2

Wow, how nostalgic. If I tried to look really hard I’m sure I could find this somewhere in my closet or garage. But you might be interested in getting it new here instead:

http://www.hkems.com/product/psx/psx-gf.htm

Hope that helps.


#3

Thanks for the link. I had looked at that page, but was looking for something a bit more official. I am, however, looking at something on eBay at the moment.


#4

Just wondering what this is out of curioustiy


#5

Basically its an Action Replay for the original PS that allowed you to use gameshark codes, generate your own GS codes, play imports and backups, and a few other things such as a file explorer that let you play music and video files from PSone games.

There were also like 10 different brands of them. I had one called a zippy replay that I bought from a blockbuster of all places.


#6

They were better than the disc Gamesharks too, as you could store codes directly on it rather than a Memory Card - and you could switch it on/off.

Needed to switch it off for a few games’ debug rooms, or you couldn’t return to the main game if the code was left active.


#7

Man this brings back memories of disc swapping, springs and playing with my ps1 lid open.
Good luck in your search.


#8

Since these are the people who make the thing, I’d assume it’s pretty official. There was also a random forum post some time late 2008 that seemed to verify having ordered from the site. Not much to lose at under $10 for one. :wink:


#9

Good point, but I found one on eBay and have bid on it. I really appreciate the help, though.