The PlayStation 2 was released in North America in 1993. The PS2 was very similar to the Sega Genesis console, but in the end, the PS2 was a lot bigger. It had four times the memory and twice the screen size of the Genesis, making it one of the biggest consoles of all time. The PS2 was a console so huge, it was hard to imagine it wasn’t a console at all.
It was a console that wasn’t really very good.
Sure, the console didn’t have a true disc drive, but unlike the Genesis, it didn’t really have a disk drive at all. The PlayStation 2 used floppy disks, which also didn’t work. The PlayStation 2 was a console that didn’t really get a lot of fans, and thus, we got a lot of PS2 fanboys. They didn’t seem to like the PlayStation 2 as much, though, than the Sega Genesis.
The ps2 fanboys were just as disappointed as the Sega fans, but they were still very vocal. They still complained about the lack of gameplay, the lack of a real disc drive, and the fact that the Playstation 2 was an underpowered, weak, console. They still wanted their console back. And they still wanted their console to be better. That was the point.
The problem with gaming on computers is that it is an underpowered, weak, console. We just don’t think as much as we used to about consoles. The Playstation 2 looks very good, though. It’s a console that is able to load games from a disc drive, has a proper graphics card, and is able to do more with less power.
It’s actually a good thing to think about how much power the PS2 has vs. the PC. As a console, it’s much, much better than the PC, and the PS2 is actually better than most consoles we’ve ever owned. It’s worth noting that there are games out there that load from the HDD, but not the PS2.
Well, let’s start with the good news. The new PS2 is able to load games from a disc-drive as well as the PS2 itself. So if you have a PS2, you no longer have to do anything to get those games on there.
The bad news is that there have been some problems with loading certain games from a PS2 disc drive. You hear a sound like a disc spinning, but the game won’t load. And there is a risk that the game won’t load if you have the game already loaded onto your computer.
This is one of the biggest selling points of the PS2 as a whole, and one of its biggest flaws. The PS2 disc drive was a bit of a bummer, and you can’t really recover from a PS2 game bug. But luckily, it seems to have been fixed.
We’ll get into more details about that, but I’d like to say that in general the PS2 was pretty good at giving you “headaches” when you loaded a game onto a system. It had a few quirks, but the whole system was pretty solid. The only real question mark was the memory chip, which is why your system has to be running the game at the same time it loads it. With the PS2, the memory chip was almost a non-issue.