G Senjou Maou Save Data
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G-Senjou has received a total of 3 crashes in the past 7 weeks or so. The first one happened during install when I didn't have save data loaded into the game. The second one was when I was running and the last one was a crash while the game was loading and returning to the main menu. This is good but it could be better.
Trouble is, that doesn't always work. Sometimes one of the files will save and sometimes both. If that happens and your image won't load you'll have to start over and pick the savedata file you didn't use and it will work.
I would also like to know how you got your image to have the effect that you did. Once you try the options in G-Senjou you can choose from a bunch of different filters to see what sort of effect you can get. It is pretty cool. I love it when games can make you have a choice.
For me I just started the game and play it until I get tired of it, then I quit. You can select from all of the missions that G-Senjou has or a mission of your choice, and then select which difficulty you want to play at. I chose Easy, Medium, Hard or Insane.
Now you have the ability to be able to move or resize G-Senjou to your liking and you have a game that you can play whenever you want without having to go through a bunch of trouble with saving a file or whatever. Also, I didn't have any problems with the game.
One thing I should mention though is that G-Senjou was made to run on both Windows XP and Vista. It was made to run on Windows 7 though you will have to update the game with the latest patch. I am able to do this because I am running Windows 7 with Windows XP Mode and I have the G-Senjou patch from Goon. But still, Windows 7 users and users of Windows XP with Windows 7 can enjoy it.
On a side note I have also had issues with the installation of G-Senjou and that is why I posted the link to the manual download. The reason is because the manual download of the game does not have all of the data files that the game was programmed to use. If you download the game from the developers web page you will find a folder that contains all of the game's data files. There are usually files named like data1.gba, data2.gba, etc. If you download the game and put that folder on your C drive your game will work fine. It is best to make sure that you download the game again so that you get all of the data files that it was programmed to use. 827ec27edc