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Author: Okuu851, Views: 2842, Replies: 99

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#31


Wild Arms has a pretty cool ost
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#32
(11-12-2017, 10:43 PM)Grungie Wrote:

Wild Arms has a pretty cool ost

Never played Wild Arms Either... I'm in the works of gettin' a PSX With that and the FF games on it, So that'll change in due time.
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#33
Do you have a PS3, Vita or PSP? They’re available as PS1 Classics.
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#34
I have those bad boys, but if I have the opportunity to have an authentic fwelding, I Take it.
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#35
It’s gonna look better on those screens, and it’s not like the PS3 controller has changed from the DualShock 1. Also Wild Arms is a bit pricey, and buying them digitally will be a mere fraction of the price. I say that despite I spent money on physical copies.
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#36
(11-12-2017, 11:21 PM)Grungie Wrote: It’s gonna look better on those screens, and it’s not like the PS3 controller has changed from the DualShock 1. Also Wild Arms is a bit pricey, and buying them digitally will be a mere fraction of the price. I say that despite I spent money on physical copies.
It's not that I have any thing against these consoles, I just really like having them in my collection. I'm crazy about that sort of shit.
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#37
I feel ya, I’m slowly buying physical copies of the PS1 Classics I bought digitally.

A fun fact that most people don’t know, is that all PS3’s plays PS1 discs.
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#38
(11-12-2017, 11:37 PM)Grungie Wrote: I feel ya, I’m slowly buying physical copies of the PS1 Classics I bought digitally.

A fun fact that most people don’t know, is that all PS3’s plays PS1 discs.
I thought that was just the slimmer units of the PS3, You're serious?! And is it all PS1 games or specific ones?
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#39
A shorter list would be ones that don’t work. It uses the same emulation as the PS1 Classics, including the memory cards, so you just pop the disc in.

I think most people assume they don’t, because the PS2 emulation was taken out, so clearly the PS1 was also taken out. The PS1 emulation is done with software, while PS2 was done with hardware, and was taken out because it made the PS3’s super expensive, and barely worked.
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#40
(11-12-2017, 11:57 PM)Grungie Wrote: A shorter list would be ones that don’t work. It uses the same emulation as the PS1 Classics, including the memory cards, so you just pop the disc in.

I think most people assume they don’t, because the PS2 emulation was taken out, so clearly the PS1 was also taken out. The PS1 emulation is done with software, while PS2 was done with hardware, and was taken out because it made the PS3’s super expensive, and barely worked.

I'll really look into this. Another alternative for me too is playing them on PS2, I still have my old Slim PS2 so I feel like this would be a little more authentic but, that PS3 news made my day. Thanks man.
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