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Playstation 2

Buy Playstation 2 Console and Games

Sony Launched the Playstation 2 to compete with the Xbox, Dreamcast and the Nintendo Gamecube.  The Playstation 2 was made famous by innovative titles like Crash Bandicoot, Final Fantasy, and Gran Turismo.

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Sarah  on Saturday, September 1, 2001 at 15:18:28 
I was thinking of buying a Playstation 2, what exactly can you do with it? I heard it from a friend and I just wanna doubble check, can you really play DVD movies, cd's, and regular playstation games on the playstation 2 besides playstaion 2 games? Thank you and I hope to hear form you soon. 
Stacy  on Monday, June 18, 2001 at 18:34:17 
I for one love video games and currently own about every video game system made.  But, I won't be buying a PS2 until they drop the price to something reasonable around $200.  You're probably laughing right now, but let's see who has the last laugh come December 2001, or January 2002.  Let's see if the PS2 is still holding at a pricey $300.  I think not.  Until then Sony, I'll pass. 
Tariq sharkas  on Monday, June 18, 2001 at 06:53:07 
Ps2 has in its core processors(emotion engine-300mhz) an instructions with 128 bit(wow) capacity compared to xbox -intel 733 mhz-which support 32 bit(pooor) only!!!? bill gates seems clever these days@#!!!!! 
Tatum Wiggins  on Wednesday, May 23, 2001 at 20:16:45 
Sony rep just said that this November the sony Playstation2 will be able to go on the internet with an add on preperal that will cost about $39.95. 
Jhorton  on Friday, December 29, 2000 at 00:11:13 
Can the Playstation 2 double as a CD player and DVD movie player?  Is the quality comparable to standard rack-version DVD/CD players?  Is the connection and switching  between functions complicated? 
Thanks for your help. 
Brandon "PS2 Guys" Breedlove  on Tuesday, November 28, 2000 at 17:40:25 
Dear Reader(s): 

I recently picked my PS2 up at my local Electronics Boutique!  WOW is it great!  The visuals in SSX are stunning.  I have of course beaten the game and have noticed that you can snowboard on pretty much anything you see.  No other console has ever done such a thing.  PS2 is one mean gaming machine and it shouldn't be missed.  IF you didn't get one yet GET ONE!  Of course you'll have to wait until March 2001. ;p  I have a website devoted to PS2 why dont you stop by  
Playstation 2000

Elvis Presley  on Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 19:09:10 
I have heard about the playstation 2 ever since about June. I have been saving up to get one ever since. It's processor is faster than the one on my computer. It is one of the best consoles yet. I am really excited about the USB support and the IEE support. Will there be support for burning mp3s onto devices via USB? It sounds cool to me! 
Markus McCulloch on Thursday, November 9, 2000 at 21:05:10 
Just a correction;

"CD quality" is 44.1kHz. 
Since the PS2 supports 48kHz, it's BETTER than CD quality.

No Big deal - just thought I might let you know:-)


Anthony  on Thursday, November 9, 2000 at 17:08:51 
The Emotion technology on the Playstation 2 really smokes on the Launch titles < MADDEN 2k1, TEKKEN TT, SSX > I personally cannot wait for some of the major ones during the second generation games. I understand that the European Launch of Playstation 2 will include a utility disc that allows you to have limited access to  the Source Code!  
Grant Sanders  on Saturday, November 4, 2000 at 20:51:00 
What is the "TOOL" for the playstation 2? i have never seen it in stores. 
vanstone  on Saturday, November 4, 2000 at 05:08:12 
Can I conect my Playstation2 to the internet/or(other computer) via the usb bus? 
alv  on Monday, October 30, 2000 at 07:46:16 
i have a question on playstation2. my question is that when i'll buy a japanese version of playstion is there sort of differnce between the us version once? can the japanese version can play us version games,dvd and backward compatibility with ps1 games? 

I hope you can answer my question cause my friend offer me a jap. version of ps2. 

Alexey Zilber  on Friday, October 27, 2000 at 18:41:26 
I just got the console yesterday.  I was surprised that it didn't even come with a demo cd (though you send away for a free one).  One thing is different though from the listed specs here: playstation games are emulated better.  You can choose smoother graphics and faster load times. I'd like to add though, that everything seems to be handled with drivers and it's VERY forseeable that Sony will release driver upgrade CD's. This means that it's very conceavable that better playstation emulation drivers will be made available.  And let's not forget, where there's loadable drivers, there's a line of hackers.  I think very soon we'll see a hacked version of the DVD player driver that will do multi-region. :-) 
victor  on Monday, October 23, 2000 at 17:29:58 
hy, the playstation 2 can run playstation games? if yes can run  with 100% cality or better?


Manos Emmanouilidis  on Monday, October 23, 2000 at 11:26:23 
I couldn't find anything, so i'd like to ask you people if a keyboard will be available for PS2. You see, since there's a usb, a keyboard would help guys like me who have nothing to do with consoles adjust their game better with one. Thanks. -- I don't know if this is a good place to ask questions. 
Robert  on Saturday, April 1, 2000 at 02:46:38 
If PS2 have DVD-ROM and DVD-Video, will there be DVD-Audio and more importantly DVD-Universal upgrades? Thanks. 
Joseavillarreal on Friday, June 23, 2000 at 20:52:51 
Do you think that there will be a mod chip out for the playstation2? and how secure is the playstation, Since they made a mod chip for it. 
Leon Strife.  on Friday, April 21, 2000 at 17:13:39 
I recenently got a Playstation2,and it's a very great console,i love the way it feels when i turn the corners on Ridge Racer.It feels so real,it's like im in the game,the emotions on the games are great too,it's like your right next to the charactors in real life.I never felt so amazed with real aity with a video game console befor,untill i got my Playstation2,i also got a Sega DreamCast and it's great but it doesen't compare to the Playstation2. 

PlayStation2 Crash Course

November 4th, 1999

If you read this easy to follow feature, you'll know more about the PlayStation 2 than 99 percent of the people in the videogame industry. 

If you're a PlayStation fan, then you've already read about PlayStation specs, you've seen it in action, and you basically understand what it does. Even so, many of the details you've seen are some raw numbers that only make sense to the guys at your local Radio Shack (though not ours, our local Radio Shack is staffed by simpletons). Well, we don't think that's good enough. Our readers deserve better. So, put on your reading glasses and get ready to become a graduate of  
the PS2 Crash Course:

The Basics:

Product Name:PlayStation2 
This is simple enough to figure out.

Suggested Retail Price (Japan): 39,800 Yen ($370) 
Although the PlayStation 2 will ship for this price in Japan, it will likely debut in the US around  
$249 or $299. This price will be the result of new Emotion Engine factories which are already being built.

Note, however that current rumor says Sony may continue its efforts to push the DVD format and  
promote the PS2's multimedia capabilities by offering some kind of free DVD incentive with new  
purchases. Remember this is just an early rumor.

Accessories included: Dual Shock 2 analog controller, High-capacity 8MB Memory Card,  
PlayStation2 Demo Disc, AV Multi Cable, AC Power Cord.

The Dual Shock 2 analog control is almost exactly the same as the current PlayStation controller  
except that all the buttons are analog. This means that if you push a button only half way, it will have  
only half the effect, which will be perfect for games like Gran Turismo where slight touches to the throttle  
and brake are better than using full throttle or full brake. There are 256 degrees of pressure sensing.

The High-Capacity 8MB Memory Card is also similar to the original PlayStation card, except that it stores  
up to 8MB of information (64 times more than the original) and the information transfer rate is 250 times 
faster (which means almost instantaneous transfer rates for most current games). Note that you won't  
be able to transfer saves from old cards to new, or vice versa.

Dimensions: 301mm (W) x 178mm (H) x 78mm (D), (12" x 7" x 3") 
Self explanatory.

Weight: 2.1 kg (4 lbs. 10 oz.) 
Self explanatory.

Media: PlayStation2 CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, and PlayStation CD-ROM, CD Audio 
This means your PlayStation 2 will basically play all your old PlayStation games (but not make them look  
any better), all music CDs (except Backstreet Boys) and all North American DVDs.

Formats supported: Audio CD, DVD-Video 
Self explanatory.

Interfaces: Controller Port (2) 
These are the same as the controller ports on the current PlayStation. Unfortunately the console will ship  
with only two ports as a money saving feature. Link cables will still work, and you'll likely find USB  
controllers near launch that would give you four controllers altogether.

Interfaces: Memory Card Slot (2) 
Once again these slots are very similar to the ones on the original PlayStation, except they support the new, 
faster transfer rate.

Interfaces: AV Multi Cable Output (1) 
This is where you plug the cord that goes to the back of your television.

Interfaces: Optical Digital Output (1) 
This port will let you send data directly to a digital receiver. This is perfect if you plan to plug your  
PlayStation into a DTS or Dolby receiver and get perfect sound. 
If you don't use digital output, your data will be converted to an analog signal (to travel through your  
ancient copper wires) and then be converted back to digital at the receiver. This usually results in some 
loss of quality.

Interfaces: USB Port (2) 
Considering the incredible amount of hardware that currently supports USB (Universal Serial Bus) and the  
amount of planned hardware, this is an exciting development for PS2 plans. USB enables you to connect  
any number of devices to your system with a high-speed data link.

Interfaces: I.Link (IEEE1394) (1) 
The IEEE139 port is known by two names: I.Link and for Mac owners, FireWire - there are some minor  
differences between the two. This high-data transfer port has the advantage of supplying (some) power  
to devices that are connected. You can expect that an enormous number of hardware devices will use  
this port including speakers, printers, and other like devices.

Interfaces: Type III PCMCIA Card Slot. 
This slot is a lot like a laptop's add-in slot. Here you will be able to plug in a modem, more speakers,  
and eventually the connection for Sony's planned broadband network and hard drive.