Memory cards are evil. If the video game companies really cared about the consumer, they would include a whole pack of memory card with the game system when you purchase it. Instead, they sell these things separate and if you want to save any progress on any games you play, you have to have one. Also, PS2 memory cards won't save info from PS1 games, so you have to buy cards for both systems in order to play all games. Back in the day, before the modern gaming era, the game cartridges used to save what little progress there was to be saved. Of course that was when it took between 30 minutes and 4 hours to beat a game. Of course, they could still make games like that, even with all the mulit-player, action packed graphics. They just don't. Anyway, if you have any PS1 games, you need one of these babies. My advice, find a pack of them at a local discount store or used from a seller here at Amazon.
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This memory card stores characters, special weapons, saved levels, high scores, or custom controller settings in a durable, compact design. This portable memory card allows you to suspend game progress, and share game items with a friend's console. The unit is compatible with PlayStation, PS One, and PlayStation2 consoles. Also, it works with PlayStation-format software only.