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    Excuse me, which way to Tokyo?
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  1. A revision to that should be a lighter colored background with the logo and data (as mentioned earlier) but the background should be made of thin plastic with screw posts added to it so you can actually screw the motherboard down and also have the screws themselves become part of the artwork.
  2. Clean it up and put in a frame - make it art. I've seen it done with controllers and cartridges. Why not with motherboards? Include the logo and some data with it.
  3. Is it me or does Stardust look like Rebel Wilson?
  4. It's been awhile since I've done this but I think you need to format the drive with WinHiip first before it can be used. Also, are you using HDLoader or Open PS2 Loader?
  5. There's a code inside T2K that when activated will allow you to use rotary encoders for the game. You hook up the encoder to the left and right directions of the D-Pad to allow for the quadrature inputs. The game is pretty amazing with the right encoder setup.
  6. I don't think it would work since the game was not programmed with a mouse in mind.
  7. Would definitely benefit from it. Both the Amiga and PC versions use a mouse and that is way better control for that game than the joypad. The Jag version obviously doesn't support a mouse but if you're talking about a mouse patch for certain games then this one should be near the top of the list.
  8. Forgot about the cable part. Although I wonder how much it would cost to make one of those with the molded end.
  9. Why donor controllers? Do they still make the chips that go inside the controllers? If so you can probably make your own boards that would make it easier to build custom controllers around. Just my two cents.
  10. If the PS2 Classics on PS4 deal is anything to go by I think Sony's plan is to make you pay for all the old stuff again even though you may still have the old discs. I'll be surprised if they do the way MicroSoft is doing it with the Xbox One.
  11. You mean IDE since that is what the Network Adapter uses. There are also off-brand versions with SATA now which will make it easier to use SSDs and such.
  12. The program you're looking for is Winhiip and I highly recommend that you format the drive and install games with it since the DVD-ROM drive on the PS2 is slow and crappy which tends to result in botched installs. As for playing off the hard drive I recommend Open PS2 Loader which is way superior than HDLoader.
  13. I am happy to announce that we got our Godzilla panel for PAX South 2020 and it will be held in the Cactus Theater which is twice as large as the one we were in before. Should be fun.
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