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(Ars Technica)   Get even more life out of that PS2 with this new hack allowing home brew code. Bonus, no modifications required   ( divider line
    More: Cool, DVD, PS2, Previous efforts, console's DVD video player, DVD-ROM, PlayStation 3, possibility of similar hacks, Security researcher CTurt  
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716 clicks; posted to Geek » on 29 Jun 2020 at 1:05 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-06-29 11:52:01 PM  
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Well, now I really want to undo the hideous, decade old modding job on my PS2

Petey4335:But but, i just took apart my PS2 to adjust the laser height just so mrs.4335 and I could play Gauntlet: Dark Legacy.

Nice! I think I found out my drive was hosed due to Gauntlet:Seven Sorrows (which is full of the edge-lord schlock but is still also a fun co-op). I do not miss disc-based gaming.
2020-06-29 8:22:31 PM  
1 vote:

I Like Bread: The PS2 homebrew scene had real promise but by the time emulation was in an acceptable state, I'd already bought a Raspberry Pi. I don't use my PS2 any more; I ripped all my games to play on my PC at 720p. I suppose if I ever get around to transferring the dozens of custom maps I made from my memory cards, I'd sell it.

But but, i just took apart my PS2 to adjust the laser height just so mrs.4335 and I could play Gauntlet: Dark Legacy.Blue discs no longer worked. No blue disc. No gauntlet.

/said PS2, gauntlet, and 4 tapper were bought on our way back to our apartment the night after we were married with just opened that afternoon wedding cash.
2020-06-29 2:26:53 PM  
1 vote:
so, Net Yaroze?
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