PS2 games are on DVD and are not legal to copy
PS2 games are on DVDs and software protects some of the information
PS2 games were on DVDs
PS2 games are on DVDs on CDs, The Original Game DVD remains workable if there are no changes to it.
no the PS2 is designed for PS2 games and does not play PC games
The majority of PS2 games are on DVD. There are a few on CD and a few that are on Dual Layer DVD but the majority are just on regular DVD's. Not to mention even if you make a copy of the game you will have to make an alteration to it so it reads the disk.
No! You must burn it into CD then put the CD into your PS2.
Yeah you can.
No you can not, the PS2 does not play computer games
You can not even read the game discs that are DVD for the PS2
If you have blank disc which you can purchase from most electrical stores, then copy mp3 music files on blac CD then insert CD into ps2 and that's it
no you can not.
No, a PS2 uses DVD technology and a PS1 CD technology. Same as trying to play a DVD in a CD player.
No Burnt games do not work
I am pretty sure copying them is illegal.
What you really are asking is whether the PS2 game CD will work in the PS3. The only PS3 models that play PS2 games are those with 4 USB ports, Newer PS3 models with only 2 USB ports will not play PS2 games.
If you want to copy a disk, you need a blank CD, the original CD, a programme (Nero startsmart,roxio etc.)to copy. insert a blank CD. go on Nero. go to copy CD. insert original CD. it will copy it.then insert the blank CD back and the data will be in the blank CD.
In order to use a computer to play PS2 games it would need a DVD drive for the PS2 discs and a emulator program with PS2 bios
yes, you can. but your ps2 system has to be modified for you to be able to play burnt games on it.
To copy a CD that is not a copy you can get a RW CD. This is a CD that can have things copied onto it.
The same way you put PS2 games in by using legal PS2 or PS1 games for your region and not some foreign or downloaded game burnt to a CD
Yes a PS2 can play a Music CD