Get ready for the ride of your life; we’re about to check out 5 of the best PS1 memory cards that you can buy for Sony’s iconic machine.
What can I say about a memory card… it saves game files and is a pretty essential piece of kit.
In all honesty, it is essential. Saving a game without one would be sheer madness and also highly impossible.
While they’re not the sexiest peripherals of all time, you it’s important to make sure that you’re saving your game on a reliable card.
Though I’m glad Number 3 in the list below is here to spice things up a little bit, otherwise this article would be drier than the Gobi Desert!
So, without further ado, let’s check out the best PS1 memory cards on the market today!
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Over 4,500 people have reviewed the Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1 on Amazon. It’s a sturdy little memory card that does exactly what it says on the packet and costs a fraction of a the price of a sealed PS1 Official Memory card.
With the standard 15 blocks available, it works with PS1 games on the PS1, PSOne, and the PS2.
Plus, it’s region free, so it works in any system anywhere in the world!
It might be more expensive, but the Official Sony PS1 Memory Card will always be the real deal.
If you don’t trust the stellar reviews of the Tomee memory card above, then at least you know you can trust the official Sony product when it comes to saving your data and exchanging files.
You just can’t beat the officially licensed peripherals, can you? That’s why it features in our best PS1 accessories of all time, after all!
The Memcard Pro from 8BitMods is more than just a memory card. It’s the ultimate PS1 storage system that offers infinite blocks from a single slot and connects to WiFi.
Essentially, this memory device can story virtual memory cards using microSD cards. 1GB equates to 8912 PS1 memory cards.
That means by inserting a 1GB microSD card into your Memcard Pro, you’re essentially creating 122,880 game save blocks!
The Old Skool PS1 Memory Card might not be as exciting as the Memcard Pro, but it’s a cheap and cheerful 15 block memory card that both looks the part and saves games effectively.
Once again, this unit works on PS1, PSOne, and PS2 consoles when saving PS1 games.
And last but not least, we end out best PS1 memory cards article with another generic memory card, the RGEEK 1MB High Speed Game Memory Card.
You know the drill by now; it saves game files and it does it bloomin’ well.
Simply slot it in and get saving those sweet sweet save files.
Ok, I’m out of cool things to say about memory cards now, so I’m officially signing off!
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Seb Santabarbara has bought every Nintendo console that has ever been released in his 33 years on Planet Earth. His favourite game franchise is Zelda, and he’s patiently waiting for Banjo-Kazooie to come back to the fold. When he’s not playing games, he’s travelling the world in his self-converted camper van.