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A cheat device made by Pelican. It currently has support for the Playstation, Dreamcast, Playstation 2, and Gameboy Advance.

All their products are normally retailed at $19.99, which is very cheap compared to its competitors, Gameshark and Action Replay and can be found at any store that features a gaming section.

Its current version of 9.0 features hard-drive support (meaning downloading saves/codes to the hard drive to save memory card space) and has over 70000 codes for over 900 games.

It might have some codes that you won't find on other cheat devices.
Dude, Action Replay wastes on their time on the graphics. Get a Codebreaker, at least it spends their time on codes.
by Gearbox January 21, 2005
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Part of the Microsoft Office Suite, Excel is a spreadsheet program that basically resembles a paper ledger sheet, or a giant table. Unlike paper, Excel makes your job easier by removing the need for erasers or calculators! It definitely makes number manipulation almost painless.
Newbie: I need to do my taxes.
Computer Shop Employee: May I recommend Microsoft Excel?
by Gearbox January 26, 2005
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A camera series of Casio, alongside with their other QV-R series. They are designed to be super thin, ultra-stylish digital cameras. Under Exilim, there are 3 other categories of cameras:

Pro: High quality, advanced cameras for the truly rich photography enthusiast, including a 7 megapixel camera.
Zoom: Only varying in megapixels, these cameras have 3x zoom with a 2 inch screen.
Card: This camera (EX-S100), although VERY SMALL, it still takes pictures in 3.2 megapixels with a 2.8x zoom and also has a 2 inch screen; Extremely discreet.

Exilim cameras have won plenty of awards and it is ideal for the casual geek who wants to take pictures for their website.
It looks cool AND it takes good pictures, you can't beat that.
by Gearbox January 14, 2005
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The Japanese name of the Nintendo Entertainment system (NES). It might also be known as the "Nintendo Family Computer". It's an 8-bit console that played cartridge-style games. You can easily tell the difference from the US and JP version by its cosmetics; US had gray/black, JP had red/white/gold.
Wow, you're playing the NES? In 2005? You're totally old-school.
by Gearbox January 15, 2005
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Creators of the Grand Theft Auto series, they have a reputation of making games with intense violence, strong language, sexual content, use of drugs, and even getting them banned in certain countries.

One thing does remain sure: Their games deliver.
Rockstar Games makes violent games like no other.
by Gearbox January 27, 2005
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A 700-page (hardcover) book by Tom Clancy, ex-SEAL John Clark forms a super secret multi-national anti-terrorism group, codenamed " Rainbow". Since Clark is the commander, he is known as "Rainbow Six".

It was then Red Storm Entertainment decided to turn Tom Clancy's story into a video game, and has become a huge success.
Gamer: Dude, wanna play a game of Rainbow Six 3 on XBox?
Reader: Nah, the book's way better.
by Gearbox January 26, 2005
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The proper given name for the redesigned PlayStation 2. This new model is much smaller than the PS2, and even has a network adapter built in (saving you $40 at retail). It uses a flip-top lid instead of the old one, which is a tray that slides out.

To help reduce size of the new PStwo, it will not support the HDD, but it's still pretty damn small. But you like going to PS2 lan parties, you'd want this.
You still carrying that big hunk of crap? Sell that and get a PStwo.
by Gearbox January 23, 2005
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