Wednesday, July 11, 2012

YOLIT Means What?


You Only Live Infinite Times...
That's the motto!

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I mean that's the case if you know the Game Genie code. Up Down Up Down Left Right Left Right A A B B Select Select Whatever Whatever. And of course you put that in before you played Contra. Who plays Contra without infinite lives once you learn you can have them? No one, that's who! And be sure to throw in infinite A-Bombs! You know the bombs that you throw and they sound like a fat dragon burping, "BWAAAAOOOOOHHH!" No one's gonna try to get through Contra with the original allotment of 3 lives. I don't even do that in real life (been practicing some Buddhism for the extra tries in case I fall down bottomless pits or can't shoot the man-sized wasps fast enough). And of course we don't need the infinite lives for our run, but we wanna make sure we get to the end. And we try to do it with as few deaths as possible. But what's the point of playing Contra if you aren't going to get to the part where you're shooting at the gigantic heart that is apparently keeping the body (that you are inside of!) alive?

Infinite Lives it is!

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  1. Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Select Start It's the only way to do the code proper since you best be playing with a friend! Infinity x2!

    And not to nitpick, but the A-bombs were in Contra III for the SNES, and yeah you had the game genie codes (which I still remember to this day) but the code didn't work for that. The Konami code as it's called, worked for the original Contra for the NES.

    Don't mind me; I'm just a stickler for the details.

  2. Well...

    I suppose you're right, but it was still a Contra code. I just didn't specify to which Contra game. Mainly because I forgot. Thanks for keeping me on my toes! I never had to remember the code since we always had the booklet next to the TV anyway.