It is really hard to say that there is a master emulating software out there but there are some good ones. The only downside to PS2 emulators is that you need an VERY good PC to play them because for some reason it sucks up your processor useage pretty good. So it's not so much the software (Although that does help) but more about your own personal computer. If you have an older computer i suggest upgrading your processor and RAM (if you don't have more than 1gb.) and possibly a graphics card to lessen the load on the CPU.
I can't really link you to any of the emulators but I'm sure you can find one your self pretty easy.
No. PlayStation 3 games will obviously not run natively, and as of 2010 there are no functional PlayStation 3 emulators.
Yes you can. There are Emulators around the internet that simulate just about any video game for the PlayStation.
yes you can there is 3 emulators for ps2 in the emulator zone
emulators don't play original games, they only play ROM files which are made from the original games.
PS3 emulators allow you to use your personal computer to play PlayStation games. The main benefit of using an emulator is that you do not need to purchase a PlayStation game console to play PlayStation games.
No. Not unless the game was multiplatform. You can use emulators to play PS2 games on a PC, but not the other way around.
You can use a PlayStation 1 emulator to play PlayStation 1 games on the PC. One of the best emulators to use is Epsxe 1.8.0.
It is possible to use a PlayStation 2 emulator to play PS2 games on your computer. It is only legal to do if you own an original copy of the game.
There are some emulators which allow people to play PS2 games on their PCs, but even with that it takes a very fast computer to run PS2 games at a decent speed.
You do not emulators use the PS2 bios to play PS2 games and are difficult to set up and run for someone without any experience or knowledge
Yes a person can play playstation games on a playstation 2 .i have a playstation 2 and i can play ps 1 games on it.
You can not play PlayStation 3 games on a PlayStation 1, but you can play PlayStation 1 games on a PlayStation 3. All of the PlayStation consoles are backwards compatible.
No, emulators are not dangerous. Emulators just help you to play games on your computer. They don't do any harm to your computer at all.
You cannot play Playstation 4 games on a Playstation 4 console. You are also unable to play Playstation 3 games on the Playstation 4.
No, but you can play PlayStation games on a PlayStation 2.
you can only play playstation games on PlayStation 1, 2 and 3
The best way is on a PS2 console. PC emulator programs do not work as perfectly and problem free as a console and even the PS2 does not play Playstation games as perfect and trouble free as the Playstation console did.
No, the Playstation 4 is not backwards compatible and you can only play Playstation 4 games on it.
Yes you can play PS2 games on the Playstation 3.
No you can not you play Playstation 2 games on a PS2
The Vita can play Playstation Portable games. However as the Vita does not have a UMD slot it can only play games purchased off of the Playstation Store.
You can't play PlayStation games on the Internet, but if you have a PlayStation 3, you can go on the PlayStation network and play with other people through the Internet.
Actually all PlaySation 3's can play PlayStation 2 games on them no matter what the gb. I have a 40gb PlayStation 3 and I play PlayStation 3 games on it all the time. But you have to go to the PlayStation store and download the free PlayStation 2 content to play pPlayStation 2 games on a PlayStation 3. Basically, you do the same thing you have do, to play a PlayStation 3 game.