Hursh Only – Flashback – VH – No Infinity – NIGHTMARE

April 8, 2011 at 7:25 am 1 comment

So at first I wasn’t going to make a post about this, because it applies only to me, but then I remembered that everything I post here applies only to me.  So after following an online tutorial, I finally managed to make my original “fat” PlayStation 2 start reading discs again.  Even though I have a fully backwards compatible PS3, this was still necessary for one reason: Resident Evil Outbreak (files 1 and 2).

Outbreak was easily my most played games on the PS2, but they had one major flaw:  horrendous load times in between rooms.  Playing this game on a non Hard Drive enhanced PS2 would literally leave you waiting between 10 – 15 seconds every time you walked into a new room.  Needless to say, this get’s pretty unbearable.  Luckily, if you were an idiot like me and shelled out 100 bucks for a relatively tiny HDD for the sytsem, you can reduce these loads to between 2 and 4 seconds.  This is why it is so significant that I have regained access to my original PS2.  For some reason, the hard drive inside the PS3 cannot be made compatible with Outbreak, and thus playing the game on that system is out of the question.  I’ll have to use what time me and my old PS2 have been given back together wisely, and hopefully make some delightful Outbreak videos.

Now if only there were a way to access the long dead multiplayer . . .


Entry filed under: Nastolgia, PS2.

RISE FROM YOUR GRAVE! Stay a while and listen . . . -OMGPALADIN-

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