Ps2 Emulator Mac Os X 1095

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PS3 emulator for mac? Since an actual computer runs an OS and a slew of other applications at once. And since I havent seen an XBOX or PS2 emulator that is. Tags: How to install the Play Station 2 Emulator on Mac (PCSX2 V1.4) PS2emulator emulator pcsx2 pcsx computer mac games portable included bios. PCSX2 Emulator for Mac OS X: Full Setup and Play.

There are two PlayStation emulators for OS X. You might want to try using to get Flarestorm to at least run.

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Also, there are two different versions of Flarestorm going around. The only good PlayStation emulator for Mac was Connectix Virtual GameStation. Not only was it quickly killed by Sony, but even if you found a copy, you couldn't run it in on any recent Macs.


It only runs in OS 9; it won't even run in Classic. It was a REALLY good emulator, though. Gave me full speed and near-perfect compatibility on my old 450MHz iMac. Dmitry, I have a PlayStation and a PlayStation 2, but I'd still love to use Virtual GameStation again. In fact, I don't use ANY emulators for systems I don't own.

Well, I own a PS, a PS2, a GC, a GBA and a DS, really. Besides my PS2, which is currently at the store to be modified so it can read also NTSC games, the other consoles I own work perfectly well. My problem is not the hardware, it is the software: where I live, some old PS games doesn't exist anymore (Star Ocean 2), while others, like Chrono Cross, never reached Europe. So I thought I would give it a try and play with them with this emulator thingy.

But I found also a site from which I can download them for free, so maybe I'll give that a try, since this emulator looks quite difficult to get it atleast run on my computer. Thanks for your help anyway!