Source: http://www.spike.com/articles/2lsi88...eappear-at-ces (Spike)The most famous cheating device in video game history will make its triumphant return to the masses at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Hyperkin announced it will resurrect the long lost "Game Genie" as part of its lineup of video game accessories at the annual Las Vegas confab.
The game cheating cartridge first made famous in the 1990s by Galoob for the original Nintendo Entertainment System will work on the Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable. A downloadable version will also be available for the Nintendo Wii and the Nintendo DS.
It not only will allow players to earn extra lives and unlimited ammo but will also be available as a "Save Guru" that can apply ridiculous cheats to games and allow for multiple save throughout several games.
With all the new electronics and gadgets CES 2012 in Las Vegas is going to be absolutely phenomenal. Best part? As the official broadcaster of the entire event, SPIKE is going to give viewers at home an All Access pass to see what goes behind the closed doors of CES 2012: exclusives, celebrities, special guests, and surprises that you won't find anywhere else - and it all starts on January 10.
Spike's Source: Codemasters/Camerica/Galoob (And Hyperkin, supposedly.)
This is un-FRICKIN'-believable! I never thought I would see the resurrection of my most favorite and beloved cheat device: The mother*bleep*in' GAME GENIE!!! Thanks goes to Mojobojo for sharing this wonderful and utterly shocking news with me.
As much as I would LOVE to see this on the mentioned consoles, I don't think it's going to be what we think it will be and I also don't think it will live or be compatible for very long on the above-mentioned consoles and handhelds, except for the Nintendo DS and 3DS. (Apparently, Nintendo is cheat-friendly with their handhelds...) This stuff will probably be patched ASAP...
Still, this news is nothing short of phenomenal...
This is also being reported on other websites and sources besides Spike as well.
This is quite interesting!
Your thoughts and opinions?