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The problem is your PS2 only outputs 480 resolution video and doesn't upconvert to 1080p. It's going to look awful on 1080p television. Your output and your display have to match in order to achieve quality video results. It will look fine on a 480 resolution set like your old TV's because that's what it was designed for. If you want a better looking game experience on your 1080p TV, upgrade to a PS3.
I suggest messing with the plug on the PS2 in the back or possibly on the TV. Since PS2's are out of date they do not have the best graphics even on great tv's. Try putting it on a different tv thats newer and see if they get better or worse. If they get better try messing with the settings on your TV. If they are the same its possible they are at their full potential. Hope this helps.
that is indeed possible. i am actually the creator of that exact software. but 1 it is illegal and can not be distributed and 2 even if it were legal it wouldnt come cheap. and its ps2 to xbox vice versa and 360 - ps3 vice versa. ps2 cant do higher graphics games.
well 2 things, 1 HD i don't think works on a PS2, but it does on a PS3 with a HDMI lead, also, playing copied games, watching copied DVD's and listening to copied CD's is illegal unless you have the originals of those discs, in which case use the originals or get ur ps2 chipped in a Computer fair (NOT RECOMMENDED)