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The '''Action Replay''' is a hexadecimal-based cheating device brand made by {{wp|Datel}} that is used for games and systems of all kinds. It is not licensed or endorsed by any game or console manufacturer.
 
While the [[GameShark]] was the most widely used cheating device in the late '90s, it was actually a rebranded Action Replay. However, Interact, the company who distributed GameSharks, went bankrupt. After that, {{wp|Mad Catz}} bought the name GameShark, and Action Replays were then sold to the public by their original name.There are currently two different models, the original DS and the more current DSi version. Both versions are compatible for all [[Generation IV]] and [[Generation V]] games released for the Nintendo DS
 
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