"Liberty City Stories" is a Sony PSP title by Rockstar Games based in the universe of the company's "Grand Theft Auto" games. The game presents a series of small, standalone episodes set in the locale of "Grand Theft Auto" I and IV, Liberty City. If you're wanting to get to the secrets of "Liberty City Stories" faster and with less hard work, a home-brew cheating program called the CheatDevice can help you by patching the game's save files. All that's required is copying the program to the memory of your PSP.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Computer with internet access
- Sony PSP running firmware 2.0-2.7
- USB cable for PSP
- "Liberty City Stories" game disc
Download the CheatDevice from Cheatdevice.com. Save to your desktop and double-click to unzip.
Enter the unzipped folder and navigate to the directory "PSP/SAVEDATA." Open the enclosed folder and highlight all files. Right-click and select "Copy."
Connect your PSP to your computer using the system's USB cable. Turn on the console, open the "System" tab of the main menu and choose "USB Connect."
Open your PSP's internal storage in "My Computer" or "Finder." The storage will show up as "PSP" or "MemoryStick."
Navigate to the "PSP/SAVEDATA" directory of your PSP's internal storage. Open the folder "ULUS10041S0" if you are playing on a North American PSP, or the "ULES00151S0" folder if your PSP was purchased in the UK or another PAL territory.
Right-click and select "Paste." If you're asked whether you want to overwrite existing files, choose "Yes." Wait for the progress bar to indicate the files have been copied to your PSP, then eject and remove the console.
Insert the "Liberty City Stories" game disc into your PSP and start the game from your system's "Game" menu. Select "Load Game" and choose the first game file to bring up the CheatDevice menu, allowing you to play "Liberty City Stories" with your choice of cheat codes and game-changing modifications installed.
Tips and warnings
- Installing the CheatDevice overwrites the first save file for your game of "Liberty City Stories." If you wish to keep your progress for this game file, copy it to the second save slot before installing the CheatDevice.
- CheatDevice is amateur software not authorised by Sony. Activating too many cheat options, particularly the "333Mhz" option, can cause your game to crash.
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