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Play ps3 games directly from your PC without needing to put on external media. I downloaded Uncharted 2 turned out to be 60GB after extraction ps3 hard drive is 60 GB and USB is 8gb so cant really transfer it. Atm i use an ethernet to place games from my comp to Ps3. I am running MULTIMAN
No you can't play PS3 games directly on your PC. The only way to do that would be through a PS3 emulator and the only computers in the world that could possibly run something like that are server machines with multiple physical processors, Quad SLI, and countless GB of ram. Plus you would have to get someone to code the thing as well. Which considering the install base would be 0.0000000001% of the world's population it will never happen.
Also warez discussion is not aloud on this forum so I doubt you will get any sort of help at all.
Also you might wanna look up some guides on how a PC operates as well as how a PS3 operates.
I don't think Uncharted 2 should be 60 GBs. I backed up mine and it was only 20Gigs. Maybe you extracted it 3 times? Recheck you files.
He means is there a way to store the games on PC and stream them over the network That way he won't have to waste space by running it from internal/external HDDs, but can simply play over the network.
HOWEVER! The OP doesn't have two braincells to rub together (or chose to simply ignore the rules) and is talking about "downloading games" - to which we DISALLOW DISCUSSION OF.
Originally Posted by squarepusher2