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Thread: playstation 2 game copy ?




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    thomson1968 Guest

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    Is it as much of a pain to copy downloaded playstation games onto cd as it is with copying movies etc ????
    What I mean is,,,I find it a bore having to change the format of movies from say "divx" to "mpeg" etc as it takes forever, so, is the game copying more straight forward ????
    Can I just download the game, burn it and play on playstation ?
    I know that the playstation need's chipped, i'am cool with that.
    Please advise.

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    Short answer... No.

    You will need a modchip installed in your Playstation 2, in order to play backups.
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    thomson1968 Guest

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    ye I already knew about the chip, so I'am just trying to find out the answer to the question I've asked, sorry about that, i'll edit the main question.

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    Your gonna need a DVD Burner to burn your game backups.

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    thomson1968 Guest

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    I dont doubt you at all, but I was sure that I heard its possible to burn them onto a normal blank cd with a normal cd burner, is that bull**** I heard ?
    Please advise.

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    READ THE FORUM RULES

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