No. PlayStation 2 games are not backwards-compatible with the original PlayStation.
No you can not it is not compatible for the playstation 1
yes it can
All of them.
Yes they are. PS2 are "backwards" compatible with PS1 games
Unforutunatly, PlayStation 2 games are not compatible with PlayStation 3 system.
No. PlayStation 3 games are not backwards-compatible with the PlayStation 2.
Afraid not. you can only play it on the Playstation 2
Unfortunately, PlayStation Move is only compatible with PS3's.
Yes it can
No you cannot get Skate 3 for Playstation 2. Only compatible with Playstation 3 and Xbox 360
No, PS3 is not backward compatible with PS2 games.
Yes they are
Yes. The PS2 is fully backwards compatible.
Put them on a CD, and then you can. You cannot upload them to the PlayStation 2 itself. But it CAN play the CD.
No, a PlayStation GameShark will not work with a PlayStation 2, even if you are playing a PlayStation game in it. The reason is because the PlayStation GameShark is made for use with the PlayStation console BIOS image and even though the PlayStation 2 is backwards compatible with PlayStation games, the BIOS image is different and is not compatible with the GameShark for PlayStation.
Only if the PS2 guitar has a USB connector.
No, not all PS3s are reverse-compatible.
Yes, but you cannot save playstation 1 games on a playstation 2 memory card as they are not compatible.
No. The PlayStation 3 requires it's own cord. the PlayStation 2 cord is much thinner than that of a PS3.