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Playing PS2 Games On PC!!

Discussion in 'Gamerz' started by Orionz, Mar 21, 2006.

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  1. Orionz

    Orionz "MKIN WAY 2 android"

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    Hi,
    I want to play PS games on PC,I have some games dvds of PS2.
    I am using 512mb of ram,2.0 GHz processor,but i dont have grafix card.
    axcept onbord 32 mb.

    I want to buy card-GF FX 5200 XFX 256 MB....
    it is useful for me? res or quality is not matter.
     
  2. domin8r

    domin8r New Member

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    I believe this topic has been discussed a gazillion times before, right here in this forum. Use the search button, but as I've posted in a few of those topics myself, with the current hardware specs its much better if you go in for the PS2 console. ePSXe might provide you emulation for the PSX games, but the current generation of PC hardware lacks the meat required for the PS2 game emulation, not to mention there is'nt a decent PS2 emulator out there.
     
  3. Darthvader

    Darthvader Back From Deathstar

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    Well psxe2 has successfully emulated a couple of ps 2 games thoough the speed with which they run is equivalent to FEAR on a PI 100 mhz
    So now get a ps2 and forget about emulation

    Now in 2008 or 2009 it may kome true
     
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