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always reset my PS2 and then ejected the tray when I want to play
a different game. Ever since I installed the NA though, I press
the reset button and the system shuts off. I looked through the
manual and didn't find anything in regards to this. Is this a
failsafe in the event that the HDD will be introduced to the
system in the coming months? Or is my PS2 tweakin'? Fill me in
A: Most, if
not all, PS2 owners have begun experiencing this phenomenon after
installing the Network Adaptor. The only advice Sony had to give
me was to contact their 1-800 number and talk to a customer
service representative, but I doubt they could help you out. It
seems that only NA compatible games cause the PS2 to behave this
way, possibly suggesting that it has something to do with the NA
drivers. If this is the case then it means a simple driver upgrade
could solve this problem.
someone tell me what the heck is the point of the dog tags [in
MGS2]? I can't figure out why I should stick my neck out for these
things, it seems like a needless risk. What's the reward for
A: They are
worth playing the game 50 times over to find. Why you ask? They
unlock secret items that let you play the game through with
infinite ammo and optical stealth cameo. Does that sound like a
needless risk to you?
Q: I just
got NFL2k3 but it doesn't seem to have many people online. I can
take it back and get Madden, but which game has more people
A: Madden 2003
has more people online playing it than you can shake a stick at!
You enter a lobby and within 15 seconds you’ll be flooded with
invitations to join a game. If you feel that online population is
important to you, choose Madden.
the difference between the ordinary platinum (or gold or silver,
whatever) and blue-bottomed discs? One friend said it was more
Collectors’ value if it's blue. Is it true?
A: Your friend
was either trying to mess with your head, or simply under the
wrong impression: Blue discs are CD-ROMs, Silver are DVDs. Nothing
more, nothing less.
A reader wrote in to ask why wasn’t she seeing as many open
games in SOCOM as her friends. If you also find that very few
online games are available to you in SOCOM, try changing your
filters. Those limit the games that are shown to you while in a
lobby, and if you only see a few it is probably because your
filters are too restrictive. Try setting them to be the highest
levels and see if that helps.