The MemCard Pro is a very interesting aftermarket solution for PlayStation (PS1) users with piles of memory cards who want to manage them all on one device. With a micro SD card slot, an OLED display, built in wi-fi and a field programmable gate array (FPGA) , this little powerhouse can store up to a terabyte worth of memory card data files. It’s really neat but in my experience it’s also a little cumbersome. The web interface for the wi-fi only lets you manage which memory card is mounted or download the contents — you can’t edit the .mcd files or the saved games within. There’s also no editor I’m aware of for manipulating these .mcd files on a desktop, so it almost seems pointless to download them.
So far the only thing I’ve done with it I find interesting is create a FreePSXBoot exploit using a raw .mcd from the internet — it’s essentially Tonyhax without needing a copy of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and a modified save file to run the softmod exploit. I think this product could be even more useful in the future if someone creates a way to directly upload individual saved games to a .mcd instead of having to upload or download images with no way to edit them. Subscribe to Mistah MegaManFan for new content daily! Like, share or comment to help the channel grow. As always thanks for watching!