PC Engine - Memory Base 128 Games

Sep 10th, 2017
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  1. Memory Base 128 for the PC Engine
  2. Use the below games to access the memory bank and backup saves on your Duo-R
  4. Emerald Dragon [Up+Run at boot]
  5. Linda³ [Up+Run at boot]
  6. Popful Mail [ingame]
  7. Tadaima Yūsha Boshūchū [1+Run at boot]
  8. Vasteel 2 [ingame]
  10. Emerald Dragon English image:
  11. From this site:
  13. Games directly compatible with the Memory Base 128
  14. A III
  15. The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager
  16. Brandish
  17. Emerald Dragon
  18. Fire Pro Wrestling
  19. Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf
  20. Linda^3
  21. Magicoal
  22. Nobunaga No Yabou Bushou Fuu Roku
  23. Nobunaga No Yabou Zenkokuban
  24. Popful Mail
  25. Princess Maker 2
  26. Private Eye Doll
  27. Sangokushi III
  28. Shin Megami Tensei
  29. Super Real Mahjong P II & III Custom
  30. Super Real Mahjong P V Custom
  31. Tadaima Yusha Boshuuchuu
  32. Vasteel 2
  35. Adding citation by request
  36. The following was written by A Black Falcon on NeoGaf
  38. The MB128 is definitely great, but do remember to replace those batteries every, oh, 6-9 months or so depending on what batteries you're using (those ones with testers are handy)... otherwise it's essential though, for anyone like me who wants to keep their save files.
  40. I also use Emerald Dragon for data transfer, but it does have one issue -- that games' utility only lets you copy between the system and blocks of system-save backup data, it does not allow you to see the files for games that save directly to the MB128. You'll need one of the other games with a MB128 manager for that, not sure which but I'm sure something lets you see those files.
  42. Also, I was disappointed when I found that Emerald Dragon does not support saving to the MB128 itself, unlike most other games with MB128 utilities... too bad. That's right, the list in that page you link is a bit inaccurate there, Emerald Dragon does NOT let you save to the MB128. It might be a bug or something, but it doesn't. Its only MB128 support is the memory manager. That list is also missing a few games, but I've posted the full MB128 list before (Sailor Moon Collection also supports it, though seriously, don't buy that terrible minigame collection).
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