Console Video Game Cheats
From Jason Rybka, former About.com Guide
Basics Tips and Tricks
Here you will find basic tips and tricks to help you master various game types, regardless of the platform the game is on. Examples are guides to first person shooters, racing games, football games, fighting games, and other types of games.
- Guide to Fighting Video Games
- Guide to Racing Video Games
- Guide to First and Third Person Shooters
- Guide to Football Video Games 101 - the Basics
- Guide to Football Video Games 201 - Advanced Techniques
- Guide to Light Gun Video Games (PS2 primarily)
- What are Cheats and Codes?
- Why Use Cheat Codes?
In this section you'll find cheats for about 1,000 of the most popular PlayStation video games. These games are no longer in production for the PS1, but that doesn't mean you can't play the game and make the most of it!
The PlayStation 2 is still by far the most-owned console, so it stands to reason that there are tons of cheats and codes for the countless games that have been released on this console.
The next generation console from Sony - the PlayStation 3. Here you will find cheats, codes, hints and tips for games released on the PlayStation 3 video game console.
Cheats and codes for games on the original Xbox video game console from Microsoft. Here you will find Xbox cheats, codes, hints and tips.
Xbox 360 Cheats
The Xbox 360 video game console from Microsoft has increased in popularity since its initial release, partly due to the availability of game titles, which currently outweighs PlayStation 3 offerings.
- Xbox 360 Cheats Index A - Z
- Xbox 360 Achievements
- How to Enter Xbox 360 Cheats
- Clearing the Xbox 360 Hard Drive Cache
- Backwards Compatible Cheats
- Removing the Black Bars on HDTV Video Games
- Transferring Content Between Consoles
While the Nintendo Gamecube is a dated console, there are still plenty of great games available for the console.
Nintendo Wii Cheats
The Nintendo Wii is really an evolution in gaming. Unlike the Xbox 360 and PS3, the Nintendo Wii decided to not go 'next-gen,' at least in the sense of graphics. While the Wii isn't a powerhouse, it certainly has a great mix of games and console features.