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What do you prefer
#1
Wondering, what you people like to play on, the real PS2 or PCSX2 (considering pc that can run full speed)?
I'm having real PS2 and PCSX2, i like the ps2 for accurate and no hassle. Like PCSX2 for higher resolutions and other GFX improvements, savestates and be able to use many different controllers, unlimited memcard space (although possible with usb/freemcboot on ps2).
Space not being a real issue, but having a hard time deciding what is going to be my main platform, for now i have both but swapping cables and controllers....
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#2
on pcsx2... I cant stomach how ps2 looks on HDTV, IF i had my CRT still I would play on ps2 though
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#3
PCSX2, despite not being perfect, it does the job well enough for me to not bother taking out my PS2, or at least for the games I have been playing.
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#4
Easy choice, PCSX2.
Intel Core i5-4670K @ 3.40GHz | 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1866 G.SKILL Sniper Series
AMD Radeon R9 280 @ 3 GB | 120GB SSD | Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (SP1)
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#5
for 90% of my games: PCSX2, for the ones that require swaps, like Monster Rancher: PS2
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#6
PCSX2 because my PS2 can NOT read discs any more. So I am kind of stuck using PCSX2
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#7
(04-09-2017, 10:34 PM)Topken Wrote: PCSX2 because my PS2 can NOT read discs any more. So I am kind of stuck using PCSX2

Otherwise PS2?
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#8
(04-09-2017, 10:34 PM)Topken Wrote: PCSX2 because my PS2 can NOT read discs any more. So I am kind of stuck using PCSX2

I replaced the lens a few months ago , It's pretty easy , I'm sure you can do it as well.

Do you have the slim model ?
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#9
Nope a fat. Also my i5 3570k is plenty for the games I play including the Snowblind Engine games. So I don't really see the need to even set my PS2 up any more.
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#10
(04-10-2017, 12:49 AM)Topken Wrote: Nope a fat. Also my i5 3570k is plenty for the games I play including the Snowblind Engine games. So I don't really see the need to even set my PS2 up any more.

Even with my slim, I'm too spoiled to sit through loading screens, ect
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