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Yes but if you have a DVD-ROM and an adequate ‘emulator’ in your computer system, you should be able to play PS2 games. An ‘emulator’ is a software program that ‘translates’ the program coding of a console game into instructions that will allow it to run on a computer.
They’re generally written by enthusiasts, and are untested on wide ranges of computer hardware. You may find one that works well for you, or you may find one that doesn’t work at all on your system, or even worse causes problems with your system!
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
Not by just inserting the CD in your computer drive. It can be done by using an emulator but I do not recommend you go that route. It may be illegal and emulators are written by enthusiasts so you never know if they will actually work or if they are safe. It is your choice of course. I would not try it.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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