Back in the nineties, the need for modding PlayStation consoles to play pirated game copies was quite popular. However, with the release of the PlayStation One model, the need for modding vanished, although software modifications still remained a necessity. Now, […]
Back in the nineties, the need for modding PlayStation consoles to play pirated game copies was quite popular. However, with the release of the PlayStation One model, the need for modding vanished, although software modifications still remained a necessity. Now, a surprising revelation has taken the gaming community by storm.
The original article reveals the existence of a game on PlayStation 1 that enables the launching of any pirated game copy, but with a secret code that has never been publicly disclosed before. This game is Alien: Resurrection, and if you happen to possess the original CD, you won’t need any mod or chip to run other pirate versions of games. However, the procedure to start playing the pirated version of the game is a bit complicated.
Thanks to YouTuber from the channel Modern Vintage Gamer, we discover that the first step is to “trick” the console by using a piece of cardboard to mimic closing the CD lid. Then, it is necessary to activate a special code within the game Alien: Resurrection, select level 6 and section 1, hold L1 and X, replace the CD in the console while still holding L1, and then simultaneously press and hold triangle and square with L1. Once this combination is released, the pirated version of the game will start running on the console.
This procedure seems quite absurd, and evidently, it went unnoticed for 23 years. However, it has now been unveiled and remains an intriguing part of gaming history. Nevertheless, we do not recommend copyright infringement or playing pirated games. Instead, we support a legal approach to accessing games and other digital content.
Q: Which game allowed piracy on PlayStation 1?
A: The game was Alien: Resurrection.
Q: What is the procedure to launch the pirated version of the game?
A: You need to use a cardboard piece to “trick” the console and then follow specific steps within the game itself.
Q: How long did it take for anyone to discover this procedure?
A: The procedure remained unknown for 23 years until it was recently uncovered by the YouTuber from the Modern Vintage Gamer channel.
Q: Do you support piracy?
A: No, we advocate for a legal approach to accessing games and other digital content.