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Sep 27 2007
By: EyeSin First Son 8 posts
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Japanese PS2 Games Compatible with U.S. PS3

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Dear Sony,
 
I have a wish for you.  Please make Japanese PS2 games playable on my PS3.  I want to play the new Bleach game that came out, but I would have to buy a Japanese PS2 if I wanted to play.  Thanks!
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Re: Japanese PS2 Games Compatible with U.S. PS3

Sep 27, 2007


Sin80 wrote:
Dear Sony,
 
I have a wish for you.  Please make Japanese PS2 games playable on my PS3.  I want to play the new Bleach game that came out, but I would have to buy a Japanese PS2 if I wanted to play.  Thanks!



Currently no plans to remove regional restrictions on PS2 games
 
otoh - you can always play the Bleach game on the Wii in English
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Sep 27, 2007
shut up!
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Sep 27, 2007
yeah, i wouldn't hold your breath on that one.  i know your pain though, i also have or want several imports that i can't play.  You could go the way of the mod chip, but these days that can be a dangerous route as far as keeping your PS2 working.  When I was in high school, $10 and a soldering pencil got your PSX to play anything, but these days it's way more complex.  Now you're talking around $70 for anything worth a damn, and even then, you never know if it's gonna be reliable. 
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