11-27-2011 #531smittyis1 Guest
thanks for all uploads and does any one have Dragons Lair? if so can can you please provide a link
11-27-2011 #532HeyManHRU Guest
I couldn't find any links for the PS3, PSN version of Dragon's Lair. Maybe you can use an NES Emulator to play the NES version, just kidding we all know how much that version sucked.
11-27-2011 #533TwistedJay Guest
Here is a Rare Ps1 Game for Multiman on Ps3 , Ps2 or ps1 You get the point Suikoden 2.
Suikoden II (pronounced SWEE-KO-DEN) is a console role-playing game developed and published by Konami for the PlayStation video game console and the second installment of the Suikoden video game series. It was released in 1999 in North America. The game features a vast array of characters, with over 100 characters usable in combat and many more who move the plot forward.
Suikoden II takes place years after the events of the original Suikoden, and centers around an invasion by the Kingdom of Highland of the City States of Jowston. The player controls a quiet protagonist whose name is chosen by the player (named Riou in the Japanese novelization and Drama CD adaptation and Tao in the manga adaptation); he is the adopted son of Genkaku, a hero who saved the City-State of Jowston in a war against Highland years ago.
The protagonist and his best friend, Jowy Atreides, each gain one half of the Rune of the Beginning, one of the 27 True Runes of the Suikoden setting, and become caught up in the intrigues of the invasion and the dark fate of those who bear the halves of that Rune.
11-27-2011 #534smittyis1 Guest
11-27-2011 #535Bartholomy Guest
11-27-2011 #536TwistedJay Guest
Policenauts is a cinematic adventure game, with a hard science fiction storyline published by Konami, written and directed by Hideo Kojima. It was initially released for the PC-9821 computer platform in 1994, followed by remade versions for the 3DO in 1995, and the PlayStation and Sega Saturn in 1996. The game has never been officially released outside Japan, despite plans for an English localization of the Saturn version. On August 24, 2009 (in honor of the 46th birthday of the game designer, Hideo Kojima), an unofficial English translation patch was released onto the internet.
CD 1 and 2 - single link - 955 Mb
I hope everyone has enjoyed the links I have taken time to find and share.They aren't all PSN but may be hard for others to find. For the last 4 years I have enjoyed the hard word of others and have never been able to say thank you for saving me some time and money. Well this is my way of saying thanks and saving some other people.
Ps any PSN stuff I run across I will post here in the future.
11-27-2011 #537Bartholomy Guest
Thanks a lot, but don't confuse this thread for a Retrogaming thread, next time
p.s. it's not clear which version are those disks. PS? Saturn? PSN?
And write your own idea of this game, don't copy paste from wikipedia, thanks.
11-27-2011 #538TwistedJay Guest
I'm not here to fight or poke fun or even mess things up for anybody. All the links I have posted are PS1 except for 1 PSN game that I ran across. As for the Game info Most of that was copied from the places where I found them . For some it would help to be able to have some info about the game even if it is not my own comment.
Besides what is the difference in posting a link to a game that is not your own and copy and pasting comments that are not your own. I am aware what this thread is about I have followed since some time after it started. I have not seen any new links for games in a few days so I posted stuff in here so you guys can have something to play on your ps3 till then thanks to Multiman for his PS1 Emulator working. PS1 Back ups are able to play on PS3 For those of you who don't know. So My links have every thing to do with ps3.
I think someone here is on the wrong site. I guess I don't feel so bad posting in the wrong thread as this user post put downs on the wrong site. You know who you are.
11-27-2011 #539NTA Guest
Is there a tutorial for burning psx backups also? I couldn't seem to get mine to work. Probably just needed to burn the .bin file alone instead of including the .cue
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Here is one from not too long ago that may be of use: http://www.ps4news.com/forums/ps3-gu...s3-121066.html
There is also a Using PSX Eboots (to Save CD's) Guide from around the same time: http://www.ps4news.com/forums/ps3-cf...tml#post388531