Last Updated on 5 June, 2022
Bloodborne PSX Cheats – Big Head, Pet Dog, alter time, Paintball mode, change your name, you died text, damage to the unarmed and more
Use these cheats and unlock Big Head mode, Pet Dog mode, alter time, Paintball mode, change your name, you died text, damage to the unarmed and more
Bloodborne PSX Cheats – Full List
These are all the available cheats
- SOCKEM – cheat code = Use this cheat to give small damage to the unarmed.
- TOPHEAVY – cheat code = Enables the big head mode.
- YESYOUCAN – cheat code = Enables the pet dog mode.
- CONVOLUTED – cheat code = Use this cheat to alter time with the right stick.
- SPLATSILVER – cheat code = Activates the paintball mode.
- ICHANGEDMYMINDTO + [text] – cheat code = Use this cheat to change your name.
- WHATIFITWAS + [text] – cheat code = The cheat lets you change the ‘you died’ text.
If you know any other cheat code share it with us in the comments
Bloodborne PSX Cheats – How to use cheats?
These are the steps to use the cheats
- Launch Bloodborne PSX
- Access the menu:
- Keyboard = Esc or Q
- Controller = Start
- Enter the Settings Menu
- Go to the cheats option, the third one
- Enter any of the provided cheats
- Press the two-right arrow icon
About The Game
filled with unspeakable terrors hidden behind every corner.
Wield over 10 unique hunter weapons using the Strategic Action Combat system to vanquish your foes. Dodge incoming attacks with your hunter’s quick step ability, parry enemies with your quicksilver firearm, and transform your trick weapon to tailor your loadout for any encounter in this new, next generation 3D experience that blends RPG and Action in a way you’ve been seen before.
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Bloodborne is finally on PC — in a manner of speaking. Fans of 2015’s FromSoftware roguelike have been fervently wishing for a PC port. At long last, their prayers have been answered on the gnarled finger of a monkey’s paw with a PSX “demake”
Developer Lilith Walther has been working on the demake for 13 months and has drummed up considerable interest from fans of PS1-era games and Bloodborne enthusiasts alike
Only one question remains: Can you survive the night?