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if my ps2 bios file does not have a game that i never have played, will work on the pcsx2 emu?
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what do you mean ?
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I will try to take a stab at this question...

The bios is what ultimately makes the ps2 and the emulator "work" hence why you need your ps2 to legally have the bios. It it independant of any games. So if you go buy a new game from the store, it should work as long as its on the compatibility list.
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(06-24-2013, 06:10 PM)DaTankAC Wrote: I will try to take a stab at this question...

The bios is what ultimately makes the ps2 and the emulator "work" hence why you need your ps2 to legally have the bios. It it independant of any games. So if you go buy a new game from the store, it should work as long as its on the compatibility list.

oh i see ok great and sorry about the hard understanding of the question thanks
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