...even if you have absolutely no hope/chance of ever beating it without resorting to cheating?
This was going to be a long, drawn-out thread where I explain a ton of frankly unnessecary detail, which I don't wanna bore you with, so let's cut to the chase:
I wanna make Batman 89 for SEGA Genesis, Batman Returns & Batman Forever for SNES, and Batman & Robin for PS1 my favorite video games, as I'm a major Batman fan and the 1989-1997 Movie Series is my favorite incarnation of Batman. I wanna be able to beat all four games on a regular basis and play them anywhere anytime (I have OCD). I have zero hope of ever beating B&R PS1 without cheating, because of how frustrating and complicated the game is. I'd go with the game.com version, but game.com games are not playable anywhere anytime because only two emulators support them (newer versions of MAME and the official game.com emulator).
I'm at my wit's end trying to figure out what to do about this. I don't wanna axe B&R from my favorite games completely, because I have an archive that houses all four movies as well as a soundtrack, comic book adaptation, and video game adaptation for each movie. Obviously it wouldn't be fair if there were only three games in the archive instead of four...
Someone on another forum made a trainer program just for me, that I can inject into my Batman & Robin PS1 ISO so I can turn on invincibility at startup! For the longest time, I've only dreamed of being able to do this, and now that it's a reality, I can keep the game as one of my favorites and in my archive! I also injected Infinite Life codes into Batman 89, Batman Returns, and Batman Forever for fairness sake. I did have to replace the SNES version of Forever with the arguably moderately better Genesis version, since that version's Infinite Life code actually works.
Oh and to that one guy: I have already beaten Batman 89 (Genesis) and Returns (SNES) numerous times. I do have to use cheats to beat Forever as well as Batman & Robin...