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Parasite Eve 2 Epsxe Save File


Each save is an *.mcr file, which is compatible with any PSX emulator. Each *.mcr file contains only the specified Parasite Eve save, and all other slots are empty. These saves were captured with the NTSC version of Parasite Eve so they will not work with PAL or other versions.




Parasite Eve 2 Epsxe Save File



I captured these saves with ePSXe, so if you're using ePSXe all you need to do is drag the save over to ePSXe's memory card folder and choose Yes to replace the file. If you currently have any saves on memory card 1, make sure to make a backup copy because replacing it will erase them.


By default, the filename of the Memcard slot 1 savedata (if enabled) will bepcsx-card2.mcd. This basically means that all games in the same folder sharethe same nemory card in slot 1.


Enables or disabled second memory card (Memcard 2 slot). When enabled,Memcard 2 slot's save data will be loaded and saved aspcsx-card2.mcd file in the saves directory.All games will share the same second memory card.


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