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I am selling a lot of VIDEO GAMES, LASER DISKS, CD’S, DVD’S, BOOKS, PLAYSTATION 2 & 3, X-BOX & X-BOX 360, and a couple WII GAMES.. I WOULD LIKE JUST TO SELL ALL OF THEM TO ONE PERSON. IT WOULD BE TO YOUR BENEFIT BECAUSE I WILL GIVE YOU. WEOME PRIE OR ALL OF THEM.. PLEASE THINK ABOUT THIS GREAT DEAL, BECAUSE I REALLY WANT TO GET RID OF ALL OF THESE FOR ONE SET PRICE... I HAVE APPROX. 75 ITEMS IF NOT MORE.. THANK YOU, FROM, LANI KOCHEVAR
Are generic PlayStation 2 memory cards any good? They are pretty inexpensive, but the one I saw, which is 128MB, I'd use not only to back up all the saves from my previous memory cards, but also for new games I get. So far, I've used the PlayStation-branded ones which are solid and extremely reliable, but I don't want to get a new card and then lose all of my progress on dozens of games. Any thoughts?
The PS2 ROCKS with over 1,850 games released in North America! Here are a ton of great hidden gems for the console you may not know about. Games Shown: Legend of Kay Gungriffon Blaze Mister Mosquito Silpheed Lost Planet Disaster Report Maximo Ghost to Glory War of the Monsters Okage Shadow King Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil Aqua Aqua Primal
Hey, all. First post on AA. I'm trying to get the best picture from my PS2 on a Sharp 27SF56B 27" flatpanel CRT. I'm currently using a PS2/PS3 component cable, but RetroRGB recommends SCART over component for 240p/480i displays. My questions are: if I use a SCART cable from the PS2, won't I just have to convert it back to component for the TV input? Will throwing the SCART in the mix really make that much of a difference on a CRT? I get the impression that the RetroRGB guys are mainly trying to optimize for HD displays, but I prefer a more "traditional" experience. Any help here would be appreciated.