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Dec 12 1999
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ok late feb i need to go to China on business anyways.......so i was wondering if anyone here could tell me the laws of exporting ps2 outta there...like tax and how many i can take. How much is 39,800 yen in western money.

since the games are in cd n dvd and have links with PC isn't it an idea that the games can be copied using a dvd writer and played using software for pc?.....how have sony made the ps2 pirate proof (not there's such a thing)

any of these questions answered or new one's raised i'ld like to hear.
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Pirates

Dec 12, 1999
You've hit the nail on the head!
Next Sony will bring out a DVD burner and the cycle will start again.
People will copy games
People will make modchips
People will buy playstations
Playstation will be popular
Developers turn to dreamcast
Dreamcast will reign

Then again, why not go back to cartridges? Nintendo did that and look - hardly ANY piracy!!
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RE: Pirates

Dec 12, 1999
Ya lets see you go to the store and pay for a game thats on a cartridge the size of a DVD...
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Pirates

Dec 12, 1999
You never know, you could fit a 6 gig HD inside on of those n64 cartridges.....

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RE: China

Dec 12, 1999
I do know that 38,000 yen is around 375 dollars
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