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Post By soulreaver
the day that my life changed..
the day that my life changed.. –
i am 28 years old and a game-addict since my 13.......i have played many games in my life and yesterday i accidentally had the chance to play a game called YAKUZA.......this game has one of the best scenarios i have ever seen in a game....not the best graphics cause the first edition was released for ps2 console....BUT it really thrills you as a game......
i have a ps3 60gb version and that game is the ONLY reason to overpass my PRINCIPLES and buy a cobra dongle...cause i can't find the original ps2 dvds here where i live....
i just wanted to share this information with you guys here in order to have the chance and play a real worthy-playing game.....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yakuza? I am not familiar with anything called YAKUMA
yea.....sorry.....it is YAKUZA.....my mistake.....!!!
i have a ps3 60gb pal version CECHC04.........that supports ps2 original games.....and i was wondering if it is necessary to buy a cobra dongle in order to play that game or if i can play it through the latest version of multiman which will recognize the iso and run it from internal or external disk.....
i need the psx scene experience on my matter................plzzzzzzzzz!!!
If i'm not mistaken u have to have to cobra dongle in order for that function to work in multiman
Originally Posted by soulreaver
Pretty sure you need a Cobra for now. We have PS1 emulation through multiMAN and ONE, but no PS2 support just yet.
thanks for your replies.........................
psone emulation...what do u mean...we can copy psone games....cause i got alot of those i don't like breaking out due to old (most bought used at yard sales) and scratched...some skip...but if i could get a good rip then it would be playable and probably faster than original
Originally Posted by tthousand
CrashSerious released a program called ONE, which allows you to play PS1 backups from the XMB. And I believe there are options in multiMAN that allow you to run PS1 backups as well. Basically, you just need a PC and some blank discs. I am not sure if multiMAN offers PS1 backup support through an HDD (external or internal), but I believe that is no problem for Cobra-USB users.