the emulation of ps2 & psone in a basic ps3?
its possible at level of software to emulate a ps2 or psone game, but the only difference of 80GB luxury ps3 and 40GB ps3 basic, is the serial or lote, something like that? what i will do in the future with basic versions of ps3?
do you know so? =S!
i will thank you if you know about this or other stuff about code region of DVD movies =/
maybe sony will give us an emulator in future, if not maybe, when the PS3 ist fully hacked, someone with the knowledge of the PS3's architecture will code a PS2 emulator.
this will require a lot of work,since the ps2 emulator on pc isnt stable on all games, lots of games are running little buggy but playable
Tungsten Graphics Gallium3D One of the first planned and being worked on implementations is Cell. So The Cell processor would be rendering OpenGL which would allow to make PS2 and/or PSP emulation.
I really do hope someone can come up with an emulator soon, I've got stacks of PS2 games which I cannot use.
I have an isoloader here on my ps3 that lets me play every psone and ps2 game. I made it myself. It's private atm but I might release it sometime if you guys are... good to me.
lol im sorry but i doubt that, im not saying your lying but i think its highly unlikely, but hey post a video if you wish.
there is only 2 ways you can play ps2 games on a ps3 that i know of and that im sure are the only ways right now.
1. Do the Swap Magic trick
2. Be one of the lucky people who have the 40/60 gig models that have the built in ps2 hardware or the 80 gig PS3s that has the emulator built in by sony. (these models were the first PS3's to come out)
Linux could run possibly run ps2 emulator but i doubt it would be able to access the cell processor of the PS3
Performance is not an issue as well. I have 60GB PAL model that allows PS2 playback and according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlaySta...configurations the PS2 emulation is done is software (as opposed to 20GB & 60GB NTSC models where HW parts of PS2 are incorporated into mainboard to provide PS2 functionality - see also http://www.ps4news.com/forums/playst...ty-103266.html).
Even better link here: http://www.gamecyte.com/ces-2009-thi...-compatibility