01-04-2013 01:48 AM
Check out my article on the dead PS2 and some of my favorite games for the console;
Share some of your thoughts, favorite games, and other stories here!
01-04-2013 04:06 PM
the warriors was a great game i beat it about 10 times 100%. i think that the ps2 was the last console that had "games" not simulations like all the new crap
01-04-2013 11:58 PM
Had a crappy job in a small town with not a lot of things to do, but my copy of Syphon Filter, the Omega Strain got me through a lot of boring times. Must have had at least 1000 hours playing online with this game...good times.
01-06-2013 01:56 PM
I have some good memories from back when we first got our PS2.
My son talked his grandparents into buying him a PS2 for xmas of 2001. The first game he wanted was GTA III and I bought it for him even though he was only 9. His friends would also come over to play the game because their parents would not buy it for them.
I picked up Silent Hill 2 for myself and was impressed with the quality of this survival horror title. Went on to eventually get every subsequent game that was released in this series. Same for the Fatal Frame series as well.
Spent countless hours on the Gran Turismo and Ratchet & Clank series.
The Spyro and Crash series was now only a shadow of the former glory it had on the PS1.
I remember unlocking the code for the hot coffee mod in GTA: San Andreas.
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01-21-2013 09:04 PM
My memories I will miss are with my brother, when we use to spend hours playing GTA3 and GTAVC taking turns causing chaos and six star wanted levels doing insane driving stunts to get away that 4 just didn't posses. Conflict desert storm was a fun game to play.
My systems are never "dead" I find enjoyment in them even years down the road. I still play N64, I have a few cool games on dreamcast. and i have a ton of super Nintendo games. I download all kinds of rom's for my laptop so I can play my fav's on the road w/out having to disconnect the system and lug it around. i will miss my gaming teammate