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Thread: PS2 Gaming on XBOX




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    Just wondering if it is yet possible to play PS and PS2 games on XBOX. Wanted to upgrade from PS to a XBOX buy didn't want to lose all the great classic games.
    If there is such mod does anyone know the name and the cost? :cheers:

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    Playstation, yes. PS2 no, probally never. The playstation emulation is being worked on, and you can already play some games full speed! N64 emulation is making progress also. Yesterday I was using PJ64x .70 to play Mario 64 full speed. xSnes9x makes it possible to play basically ALL SNES games full speed. And Nintendo is emulated along with tons of others. In order to do all this you of course need a modchip. I recommend an Xecuter 2.1 Lite/Pro. The best site for all the newest modded xbox info is www.xbox-scene.com. Have fun!
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    Not a bad site either. Blade

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    Haha, man, I checked out the site and found a add-on for the gameboy advance, a TV tuner, how funky :afro:

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