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  • Developer: Sonic Team
  • Publisher: Sega
  • Genre: Role-Playing Massively Multiplayer Online Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: Oct 29, 2002
  • ESRB: Teen
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Various Cheats and Hints

Get items x99
If you do the following steps written below you can get Monomates, Dimates, Trimates, Monofluids, Difluids, Trifluids a.s.o. x99... Here are the required steps:

1. Put 99 Photon Drops in the bank...

2. Put 1 of the item you want to dupe in the bank, and toss the remaining 9 on the ground...

3. Go back to the bank and highlight Photon Drops, choose 99 and answer "No". It's very important to say "No" if the code shall work...

4. Take the item you want to dupe from the bank, the item should still be in the bank after you take it...

5. Look in your inventory, now you got the item x99... Congratulations!

This code even works on Photon Drops and Photon Spheres... Cool huh?!
submitted by: Mike

Ice break:
When you are frozen by an enemy, trap, or Boss, move the Analog-stick Up and Down, or Left to Right very rapidly to break free of the ice. This works very well when fighting Bosses with Ice Element attacks such as the Gol Dragon or Sil Dragon. This trick also works in battle mode.

Very hard difficulty setting:
Successfully complete either episode under the hard difficulty setting to unlock the very hard difficulty setting for both episodes. Note: Get to level 40 or higher to unlock the very hard difficulty setting in online mode.

Chair in Lobby:
Hold X and press A while standing in the lobby to create a chair that matches your character. Press A to move forwards or use the Analog-stick to turn. Press B to get rid of the chair.

Cheap kills:
If you are having trouble in a room, try running out of it and go back in. Some monsters will probably go into a dormant mode and allow you to get off a hit or two before they retaliate. This is especially useful against Garanz.

Refill health:
If you are a robot in the game, you can refill your health after receiving damage from an enemy. Find a safe place to rest and remain in that spot for a least a minute. Your health meter will go up a little bit at a time.

FMV sequences:
To view two FMV sequences (one when you create a character and one new sequence), remain idle at the "Press Start" screen. After the background pulses four times, one of the FMV sequences will start.

Control loading screen:
While going online, move the Analog-stick or C-stick to move the light around the screen. When entering an area, move the Analog-stick to turn the tunnel or the C-stick to change the tunnel's speed.

Dressing Room:
To unlock the Dressing Room, complete all areas and quests under the normal difficulty setting.

Ultimate difficulty setting:
Successfully complete either episode under the very hard difficulty setting to unlock the ultimate difficulty setting for both episodes. Note: Get to level 80 or higher to unlock the ultimate difficulty setting in online mode.

Tiny Chaos Garden Download to GBA
Ok, first HAVE THE GBA LINKED UP ONTO THE 4TH CONTROLLER SLOT! Now, start the quest "The Fake in Yellow"and complete it. Go talk to the proffesor's assistant and he will tell you to get your Meseta. DON'T!!!!!! Go back to the Telepipe and you'll see three Rag Rappies saying something like "P P Pip Piii". Freaky, huh? Now go in the direction they face and stand in the little grass patch with boxes by the stream. A little blue Chaos from Sonic Adventure 2 Battle for the GCN will pop out beside the waterfall in the background. He'll give you a key for the little thing that looks like a tall sideless and topless telephone booth with a GBA sign on it. Return to the city and look for it to the right of the Hunter's Guild. The voice will tell you how to do the rest.Oh, i think it does something on SA2B if you link it up with that game. Have fun! (whew my arms ache now)
submitted by: Nick

REAL Way to Get Dressing Room
Get 10,000 Meseta ON YOUR PERSON (not in bank). Quit and go to select a character. When you choose your person with the money, you'll se a fourth option. That's Dressing Room. No need to complete anything (but if you just started out i suggest putting the money on another character and select Recreate).
submitted by: nick

Fun with traps
If you hate waiting around for Rappys to get back up and you are an Android, set a fire/explosion trap by them. Run to the other side of the area. As soon as they get up to run, the trap will go off and you can grab the items.

If you are being attacked by multiple enemies, herd them into a group then run away from them. When you are about 10 to 15 feet away from them, set a trap and turn back towards the enemy, so that the trap is between you and the group. Fire a shot at the trap to set it off (like the preset traps in most levels). The effect of your trap will still go off, but you will have a bit more control over it.

Slip through blocked and laser blocked doors
This trick requires a Saber, Brand, or no weapon at all. Go to a corner of a blocked or a laser blocked door. Face the corner, then start attacking. Keep doing this, and you will eventually slip through the door. This trick is useful for getting to new places early. Note: This trick is difficult to execute.

Ice break
When you are frozen by an enemy, trap, or Boss, move the "Analog-stick Up" and [Down], or [Left] to [Right] very rapidly to break free of the ice. This works very well when fighting Bosses with Ice Element attacks such as the Gol Dragon or Sil Dragon. This trick also works in battle mode.

Hunters Guild missions
If you successfully complete all the Hunters Guild missions, you will have access to all of the missions all over again. If you complete the mission again, you will be able to keep playing it repeatedly.

Weapons from monsters
If you obtain a special item such as G-Assassins Arms or Bomma's Right Arm, go to the Unsealed Door mission. Talk to the person standing to the right of the portal to the principal after all missions are complete. He will turn your item into a weapon.

Exceed maximum grind
All weapons have a maximum grind. This means that they can be powered up until a certain point, such as Brand +30. However, if the grind is one point under the maximum and you give it a Trigrinder, then it can exceed the maximum grind by two. For example, Brands have a maximum of 30. Once you upgrade it to +29, give it a Trigrinder and it will go to +32.

Exceed maximum grind
All weapons have a maximum grind. This means that they can be powered up until a certain point, such as Brand +30. However, if the grind is one point under the maximum and you give it a Trigrinder, then it can exceed the maximum grind by two. For example, Brands have a maximum of 30. Once you upgrade it to +29, give it a Trigrinder and it will go to +32.

Unlimited number of MAGs
Note: At least two controllers are required for this trick. Make multiple characters and enter cooperative mode. Have one character drop his or her MAG and the other pick it up. Go back and recreate the person who dropped the MAG and go through the process again until you get as many as desired. Note: You can also do this for Meseta.

Specialized MAGs
Being able to equip Busters to level 1 Force and have them learn Megid is simple if you have specialized MAGs. Put levels of only one type on a MAG and when equipped, it raises that stat by 400. Every stat level on a MAG puts up the corresponding stat by 2 points. Since all MAGs start with 5 levels on Defense, it is the only stat that can truly be maxed.

Change MAG
Get MAG to level 200 and trade with someone else. Get them to use a Star Atomizer and it will evolve into something else. Do this as many times as desired.

MAG fourth evolution formula
This works best if you started a new MAG. First, give it Monomates, Dimates, and Trimates to boost the ATP score. Do this long enough to get attack to 50, then use Anti-Paralysis for a while to boost DEF to 20, and at last DEX to 30 (50 + 30 + 20 = 100). Your MAG will change by your sex and Section I.D. number. Also, once the MAG changes, it will never change again. For example a male Viridia will get Deva. If you change your MAG in different orders, make sure you get a 3 Photon Blast. Once it changed, it will not get a Photon Blast.

Getting Al or Pal Rappies to appear
You must have access to the second tier of quests in order to do this. Select the Fake In Yellow quest and go through the first three areas with Rappies, killing them off. Once in the fourth area with Rappies (where you meet the doctor in the Rappy costume for the second time), there should be a huge amount of Rappies dropping down. Drop a Telepipe and examine them all to see if any of them is an Al (or a Pal under the ultimate difficulty setting) Rappy. If not, enter the pipe to town then quickly return to the area. The Rappies will drop again. Repeat this procedure until eventually one of the normal Rappies turns out to be a rare Rappy. It is recommended that you have the ability to use Ryuker when doing this, as it is cheaper then going back and forward to pay for Telepipes (350 each).

From: cooler, Aug 21, 2008
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