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  Suikoden I + II [PSP]
Work around for experience point bug in Suikoden I
There is a bug in Suikoden I: Characters in each row (front and back) recieve (at most) the experience received by the left-most character in that row. This will cause lower level characters to receive very little experience if placed to the right of higher levelled characters.

To work around this bug place your lowest level characters to the left of higher level characters in each row. Each row is handled independently so you can order them Low to High in the front row and then Low to High in the back row without either row interfering with the other.

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Some Game Trainers are sometimes reported to be a Virus or Trojan, the most common is a keylogger called HotKeysHook or the file has been packed/protected with VMProtect or Themida and is recognized as Win32/Packed.VMProtect or Win32/Packed.Themida. In ALL cases this is a FALSE ALARM as NONE of the Game Trainers @ GCW contain known malicious code! More info in the PC Games FAQ!