Not sure it's worth going to court for that much money.Originally posted by Octopus
the price is delicious,but what makes you think that it's true?
if they fool you then you can't get your money back.you ain't going to courts yelling "been cheated by cheated CD to cheat PS2!"
I prefer hardwares CDs can be scratched at any time.
Hey, I don't know wheter you have found your answer or not, but I am still looking for mine... This is the problem: I want to be able to play downloaded ps2 games on my ps2. Therefor I have visited many forums, but the answer still remains unknown.first you need to install a hardware inside your PS2 and then use gameshark CD to run copied games...using this scheme is not legal in the US unlike Australia.
new hardwares dont require gameshark CD.
with some games like MGS you cant back it up because the CD fits 800MB but DVD has a volume of 4GB.
some games you can and others you cant.