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August 16th, 2002, 11:44
1.You'll need a DVD drive to emulate a PS2
2.You still have to wait a few monts-years for it to play a PS2 game
3.The demos are just pictures not games
4.The best controller is an actual PS2 controller pluged into yur PC via adapter
5.If you want to make a suggestion to the makers of PCSX2 e-mail them not post it here
Can anyone else post more info here
August 16th, 2002, 11:50
about#3: The demos are not just pictures yet they are not commercial gaming or how should I put this... "actually fun" ;) although this is debatable they arent what is released by companies who develope games for the Playstation 2
#4 is debatable: I have a cordless wingman pro and it works just as fine as any other~
about #1: some games (few yes but there are some) are NOT DVD format - arcade classics for example probably doesnt use that much space (so why waste the space on a DVD if it fits perfectly on a CD?)
I could add some more but it will come to mind after I sleep...
edit: I need to organize these... btw could you add these comments to the original list?
This will probably become a sticky or be added to the a similar sticky
August 16th, 2002, 16:37
Will it play Tokimeki Memorial 3 in the future? Definitely! ;)
August 16th, 2002, 16:44
A few months left to play comercial games? I dont think so, but I could be wrong.
August 16th, 2002, 19:55
I highly doubt that...
Can this thread made sticky? I think it is rather be much help to this forum.
August 18th, 2002, 11:20
Why hasn't this thread been made sticky?
August 18th, 2002, 12:02
Well you have to wait a long time until it made a sticky .
It is just like Ali when he post about free web hosting site he wait I think a month . .
August 18th, 2002, 16:55
You can post more information about PS2 emulator. Relax, just keep up the good work. One day your effort will be remembered.
August 18th, 2002, 17:24
OK, stickied. I think it's good idea, but if there's any mod/admins disagree, feel free to unstick it. :)
August 19th, 2002, 07:29
I think excess posts should be kept to a minimum and just a big list be made on one post... how does this sound? Lock the thread too, lol, I mean well... nothing else to add...right?
August 24th, 2002, 10:10
Yes....all those asking questions already answered on this list with have their balls cut off, boiled...and stuffed down their throats at penis point...I'd give it 3 seconds til the next person asks if a pentuim 2 578.564354 mhz will be enough to play ps2 games.
September 1st, 2002, 16:37
Where can I download the emulator????
This pcsx2, the official site???? I want to be informed! Plz, if can give me the URL
September 1st, 2002, 22:29
October 7th, 2002, 21:50
Man thats gonna be insane when the ps2 is emualted in a few years or so. It's kinda strange where all these ps2 false emulators rumors pop up at. I seen them thus far on ever emulation board I have been at LOL. Also I remember seeing not too long ago someone on ebay selling emulators ( BASTARD ) on cds, and 2 of the claimed emulators were a ps2 emulator, and to make stuff even funnier at the bottom of his discription he claims that the xbox emulator should be out in a few months LOL. Man I tell you, and the sad part of the story is that when I checked the guys reviews from folks who buy this junk, only VERY few actually complained about the ps2 emulator not being able to play ps2 games. Others were mostly posting positive reviews LOL, MAN who are these people???:D :D :D
October 7th, 2002, 22:27
Probs friends of the seller.
October 30th, 2002, 09:02
You may want to make a copy in the General PS2 emulation section as well
October 30th, 2002, 11:40
well I sure hope the ps2 emulator (playing comm games) will be out in a few moths but I doubt that :). Anyway I think it is possible to emulate the xbox in a few months (not to perfect form but at least playable) because it is similiar to the pc (both hardware and software). I am NOT a coder so I can't say for sure but I think it is possible :)
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