Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
I live in adelaide in australia and recently purchased a ps2 game from overseas and it wont play on my ps2 because my machine is pal and not ntsc/uc.
I have been told to get a mod chip, but where and who from?
Please help !!!!!!
You can find mod chips from many different sources on the Internet. Ebay and Craigslist is a good start. I know a guy in San Diego that does it if you send it into his shop:
Join his forums and they'll show you how to do it.
You'll need to know how to solder and have pretty steady hands to do it yourself.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Yes, you just need to have your PS2 Modded...just look for any technician in your place who does PS2 Modding...
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