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Posted Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:44 AM
The main point was to run "Mario" which is not a PS1 title. PS3 jailbreaking seems to involve buying a USB key that puts things into service mode. Once in service mode you can install a custom firmware that allows running PS3 homebrew such as a SNES emulator. Find a good PS3 SNES emulator. Copy your personal backup Super Mario World ROM onto your PS3.
Please note if it's your property and your personally dumped copy of Super Mario World and you mod it there are no problems. You may not be able to use the PSN network afterwards due to the terms of service and Sony killing your access. As a side note you may also be forced to upgrade your firmware back to the non-jailbroken version when you try to play a new game.
Posted Wed Feb 22, 2012 1:27 AM
Posted Wed Feb 22, 2012 8:48 AM
The original versions of the PS3 play the PS1 and PS2 games, however since they came out with the "Slim" version they took out that backwards compability unless you use that custom firmware. I have a PS3 that was bought 2 weeks after they were released and I play PS1 and PS2 games on it all the time without issues. If you don't wanna use custom Firmware, you could always look for one of those original 20gb non-wireless PS3's or a 60gb original PS3 with wireless. Just a option for people to consider.
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Edited by Rex Dart, Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:19 PM.
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