Personal Computer Games

PC Games

Mis Games MainThis is the Gameboy Advanced section of the site, featuring a host of saves for the platform. Each game has a small section dedicated to it, which includes:

    • Guides and information packet.
    • Several perfect or near perfect saves.
    • Some include the game itself.
    • A few have custom mod files.
    • Many include an emulator.

The save files can be easily imported into emulators, or even real cartridges, using a variety of third party hardware options. (Most are a USB dongle with a cartridge slot).

The manufacturers and products used for importing/exporting game saves to physical cartridges are regularly sued into oblivion, so listing actual products is mostly pointless. The best option is to web search console name backup game saves, and then read some reviews - from other websites - about the product before you buy it. A decent one should run you about $25.00 to $30.00 USD.

Game Index

Beyond Divinity
Divine Divinity
Divinity II: DC
Divinity: Origional Sin
Divinity: Origional Sin II - DE
Dungeon Master II: TLoS
Icewind Dale: EE
Titan Quest: AE

PC Titles

Beyond Divinity

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Character Power Screen ShotGame save information pending completion.

Downloads:
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Game Guides: PENDING - (?? KB)

 

Divine Divinity

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Character Power Screen ShotGame save information pending completion.

Downloads:
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Game Guides: PENDING - (?? KB)

 

Divinity II: Director's Cut

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Character Power Screen ShotGame save information pending completion.

Downloads:
Game Saves: PENDING - (?? KB)
Game Guides: PENDING - (?? KB)

 

Divinity: Origional Sin

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Character Power Screen ShotOn its face, Divinity: Original Sin is a marvelous game - but unfortunately, it is mired in save destroying bugs that make a completionist playthrough all but impossible.

Note: Click on the to the left above to enlarge.

After investing about 120 hours building the homestead plane and collecting every item thus far, we discovered that the game is unable to exceed a certain number of items created - if that number of objects is reached, the game crashes forever more - opening a merchant window "creates" several dozen items every time - and as we were fueling the run with crafting, we rapidly exceeded the allowable limit on items.

Worse yet, is there is no way to remove the items once generated, (to free up "handles"), so when you hit the limit, boom, that's it - dead save file. The game cannot continue. Over the course of 28 days, we crafted over nine million gold in items and sold them - which resulted in the game freezing up anytime a monster was slain or a merchant inventory opened. So the save file is at the fifty-percent marker, and the Homestead is quite impressive if you want to take a peek. Just don't try to kill anything or buy stuff.

For their part, Larian announced, "they're aware of the defect, they won't fix it, and that you should just not craft to make money... or open too many containers." No shit? That was a summary of their official and very dismissive "response." We advise against buying Baldur's Gate III - (and we certainly won't!) - since your save data is not a priority to Larian Studios.

If we had not played Divinity: Original Sin II prior to this title, we'd have never purchased it, based on the miserable experience Original Sin provided. Stay far, FAR, FAR away from this title if you're a completionist or an item crafter.

(We suspect the reason Larian stripped most of the crafting from Original Sin's sequel is to avoid - rather than fix - this bug).

Update: 4/23/21:
A moderator named GM Raze on the Larian community forums contacted us in response to this review and a post we left with regards to Divinity: OS running out of handles during completionist game play. He requested we provide him with the broken save, which we did. He passed it on to a member of their development team, who somehow cleansed it - allows us to properly finished the game. The file download has been updated with a level 22 party, with perfect gear and a heavily customized homestead. Every possible quest is completed, and all of the henchmen's side-quests are tied up.

We appreciate the time Larian took to assist us, and acknowledge this is extremely good customer support for even a new game - let alone a very old title.

Downloads:
Game Saves - (24.4 MB)
Game Guides - (1.2 MB)

 

Divinity: Origional Sin II - Definative Edition

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Character Power Screen ShotThese saves include over-leveled characters at the end of each chapter. Each has backpacks filled with useful tools, potions, and food, and are garbed in the best gear for their level. The Lady Vengeance has every merchant, and the unique items have been up-leveled. The saves use the increased party size mod so each NPC is available for story purposes.

      Note: Click on the Image above to enlarge.

Downloads:
Game Saves - (86.5 MB)
Game Guides - (39 KB)

 

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

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Character Power Screen ShotThis save features four saves, one in each chapter. The final save features a balanced and overpowered party wearing the game's best equipment, with a multiple masteries on each character. The party inventory is filled with essential adventuring gear, consumables and backup weapons aplenty. The Homestead is will of more equipment and backup money.

      Note: Click on the Image above to enlarge.

Downloads:
Game Saves - (203 KB)
Game Backup File - (16 MB)
Game Guides - (45.2 MB)

 

Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition

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Character Power Screen ShotGame save information pending completion.

Downloads:
Game Saves: PENDING - (?? KB)
Game Guides - (951 KB)

 

Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition

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Character Power Screen ShotGame save information pending completion.

Downloads:
Game Saves: PENDING - (?? KB)
Game Guides: PENDING - (?? KB)