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游戏机黑客:Xbox、PlayStation、任天堂、Game Boy、Atari和Sega-Game Console Hacking: Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, Ga

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标题(title):Game Console Hacking: Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, Game Boy, Atari, & Sega
游戏机黑客:Xbox、PlayStation、任天堂、Game Boy、Atari和Sega
作者(author):Joe Grand, Albert Yarusso, Ralph H. Baer, Marcus R. Brown, Frank Thornton
出版社(publisher):Syngress
大小(size):22 MB (22929831 bytes)
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The worldwide video game console market surpassed $10 billion in 2003. Current sales of new consoles is consolidated around 3 major companies and their proprietary platforms: Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. In addition, there is an enormous installed "retro gaming" base of Ataria and Sega console enthusiasts. This book, written by a team led by Joe Grand, author of "Hardware Hacking: Have Fun While Voiding Your Warranty", provides hard-core gamers with they keys to the kingdom: specific instructions on how to crack into their console and make it do things it was never designed to do. By definition, video console game players like to have fun. Most of them are addicted to the adrenaline rush associated with "winning", and even more so when the "winning" involves beating the system by discovering the multitude of "cheats" built into most video games. Now, they can have the ultimate adrenaline rush---actually messing around with the soul of the machine and configuring it to behave exactly as the command. This book builds on the motto of "Have Fun While Voiding Your Warranty" and will appeal to the community of hardware geeks who associate unscrewing the back of their video console with para-jumping into the perfect storm. * Providing a reliable, field-tested guide to hacking all of the most popular video gaming consoles. * Written by some of the most knowledgeable and recognizable names in the hardware hacking community. * Game Console Hacking is the first book on the market to show game enthusiasts (self described hardware geeks) how to disassemble, reconfigure, customize and re-purpose their Atari, Sega, Nintendo, Playstation and Xbox systems.
Table of contents :
Cover......Page 2
Contents......Page 13
Foreword......Page 23
Introduction 2.0......Page 29
Introduction 1.0......Page 31
Part 1. Introduction to Hardware Hacking......Page 35
Tools of the Warranty - Voiding Trade......Page 37
Introduction......Page 38
The Essential Tools......Page 39
Basic Hardware Hacking......Page 42
Advanced Projects and Reverse Engineering......Page 47
Where to Obtain the Tools......Page 50
Case Modifications: Building an Atari 2600PC......Page 53
Introduction......Page 54
Choosing Your Features: Why the Atari 2600?......Page 55
Preparing for the Hack......Page 57
Performing the Hack......Page 63
Resources and Other Hacks......Page 116
Part 2. Modern Game Consoles......Page 119
Xbox......Page 121
Introduction......Page 122
Opening the Xbox......Page 126
Controller Hacks......Page 129
Getting Inside Your Controller......Page 131
Xbox Networking Hacks......Page 146
Creating Your Own Crossover Cable......Page 150
Status LEDs to the Front Panel......Page 154
Wireless Networking Hacks......Page 157
Installing a Modchip......Page 165
Running Linux on an Unmodified Xbox......Page 175
Homebrew Game Development......Page 178
Xbox Resources on the Web......Page 180
PlayStation 2......Page 181
Commercial Hardware Hacking: Modchips......Page 182
Getting Inside the PS2......Page 184
Installing a Serial Port......Page 190
Booting Code from the Memory Card......Page 198
Other Hacks: Independent Hard Drives......Page 204
PS2 Technical Details......Page 205
Homebrew Game Development......Page 210
PS2 Resources on the Web......Page 211
Part 3. Handheld Game Platforms......Page 213
Nintendo Game Boy Advance......Page 215
Introduction......Page 216
A Very Brief History of Nintendo......Page 220
Opening the GBA Console......Page 221
Replacing the Display Lens......Page 227
with the GBA Afterburner Mod......Page 232
with the GBA Stealth Dimmer Chip......Page 251
Nintendo GBA Technical Specifications......Page 260
Homebrew Game Development......Page 267
Other Hacks......Page 268
Nintendo GBA Resources on the Web......Page 272
Gamepark 32 (GP32)......Page 275
Introduction......Page 276
Out of the Box: Configuring Your GP32......Page 279
Opening the GP32 Console......Page 285
Replacing the GP32 Screen Cover......Page 291
Repairing Your Buttons......Page 296
(CPU Core Voltage Increase)......Page 298
Creating a DC Power Adapter......Page 303
Installing the Multifirmware Loader......Page 309
Homebrew Game Development......Page 314
Other Hacks......Page 318
GP32 Resources on the Web......Page 320
Part 4. Retro and Classic Systems......Page 323
Nintendo NES......Page 325
Introduction......Page 326
Opening the NES Console......Page 328
Replacing the 72- Pin Cartridge Connector......Page 333
Blue Power LED Modification......Page 336
Disabling the NES “Lockout Chip”......Page 345
Opening an NES Game Cartridge......Page 350
in Certain Game Cartridges......Page 353
for Homebrew Game Development......Page 358
Homebrew Game Development......Page 364
Other Hacks......Page 366
NES Resources on the Web......Page 367
Atari 2600......Page 369
Introduction......Page 370
Atari 2600 Left- Handed Joystick Modification......Page 371
Repair Your Atari 2600 Joysticks......Page 376
Revitalize Your Atari 2600 Paddles......Page 383
Use an NES Control Pad with your 2600......Page 390
Atari 2600 S- Video/ Audio Mod......Page 398
Atari 2600 Stereo Audio Output......Page 416
Homebrew Game Development......Page 425
Atari 2600 Resources on the Web......Page 430
Atari 5200......Page 433
Introduction......Page 434
Opening the Atari 5200......Page 435
Atari 5200 Blue LED Modification......Page 442
Atari 5200 Two- Port BIOS Replacement......Page 447
Creating an Atari 5200 Paddle Controller......Page 453
the 5200 Four- Port Switchbox......Page 468
Audio Upgrade Modification......Page 480
Other Hacks......Page 501
Homebrew Game Development......Page 504
Atari Resources on the Web......Page 508
Atari 7800......Page 511
Introduction......Page 512
Blue LED Modification......Page 513
Play Certain Atari 2600 Games......Page 520
Voltage Regulator Replacement......Page 524
Power Supply Plug Retrofit......Page 529
Other Hacks......Page 535
Homebrew Game Development......Page 536
Atari 7800 Resources on the Web......Page 540
Appendix. Electrical Engineering Basics......Page 543
Fundamentals......Page 544
Basic Device Theory......Page 553
Microprocessors and Embedded Systems......Page 564
Soldering Techniques......Page 565
Common Engineering Mistakes......Page 571
Web Links and Other Resources......Page 572
Index......Page 575
Local Disk......Page 0
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