History Trivia / Playstation2

15th Jun '16 9:44:17 PM youngbond007
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* KillerApp: Not that it really needed one seeing how literally every game from this generation not developed by Nintendo or Microsoft (or their second-party studios) was released on the console, but the twofer of ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 3'' and ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' really got the system going after a solid, but not earth-shattering first few months.

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* KillerApp: Not that it really needed one seeing how literally every game from this generation not developed by Nintendo or Microsoft (or their second-party studios) was released on the console, but the extremely high anticipation of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' and the twofer of ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 3'' and ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' really got the system going after a solid, but not earth-shattering first few months.
28th May '16 7:40:21 PM nombretomado
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Even if it's over a decade old, the menus look pretty impressive, especially in comparison to the original PlayStation. The background audio is also very pleasant to listen to.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Even if it's over a decade old, the menus look pretty impressive, especially in comparison to the original PlayStation.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. The background audio is also very pleasant to listen to.
28th May '16 6:27:19 PM DarkBeemo
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* EvolvingCredits: Ever wondered what the white pillars/towers on the startup screen are? They represent each unique game you have played on that console; the memory card logs them on a file called "Your System Configuration," so if one were to delete that file, there will be zero blocks on the screen 'till the next game played. The more games you play, the more towers will appear. The longer you play the games, the higher the towers will become. The floating transparent cubes are also meant to represent your PS1 save files.

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* EvolvingCredits: Ever wondered what the white pillars/towers on the startup screen are? They represent each unique game you have played on that console; the memory card logs them on a file called "Your System Configuration," so if one were to delete that file, there will be zero blocks on the screen 'till the next game played. The more games you play, the more towers will appear. The longer you play the games, the higher the towers will become. The floating transparent cubes are also meant to represent your PS1 save files.
2nd Mar '16 7:51:48 PM ImSpideyTropes
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Even if it's over a decade old, the menus are amazing to look at, especially in comparison to the original PlayStation. The background audio is also very pleasant to listen to.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Even if it's over a decade old, the menus are amazing to look at, pretty impressive, especially in comparison to the original PlayStation. The background audio is also very pleasant to listen to.
2nd Mar '16 7:51:06 PM ImSpideyTropes
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Even if it's over a decade old, the menus are amazing to look at, especially in comparison to the original PlayStation. The background audio is also very pleasant to listen to.
4th Nov '15 9:55:49 AM OlfinBedwere
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* KillerApp: Not that it really needed one seeing how literally every game from this generation not developed by Nintendo or Microsoft (or their second-party studios) was released on the console, but the twofer of ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 3'' and ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' really got the system going after a solid, but not earth-shattering first few months.

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* KillerApp: Not that it really needed one seeing how literally every game from this generation not developed by Nintendo or Microsoft (or their second-party studios) was released on the console, but the twofer of ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 3'' and ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' really got the system going after a solid, but not earth-shattering first few months.months.
* NoExportForYou: Europe never got the system's hard drive. Worse still, the EU version of the network adapter swapped out the standard PATA and molex connectors for a single proprietary connector that wasn't compatible with anything, so you couldn't use a third-party drive either.
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19th Oct '15 2:42:57 AM DarkBeemo
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* EvolvingCredits: Ever wondered what the white blocks on the startup screen are? They represent each unique game you have played on that console; the memory card logs them on a file called "Your System Configuration", so if one were to delete that file, there will be zero blocks on the screen 'till the next game played.

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* EvolvingCredits: Ever wondered what the white blocks pillars/towers on the startup screen are? They represent each unique game you have played on that console; the memory card logs them on a file called "Your System Configuration", Configuration," so if one were to delete that file, there will be zero blocks on the screen 'till the next game played.played. The more games you play, the more towers will appear. The longer you play the games, the higher the towers will become. The floating transparent cubes are also meant to represent your PS1 save files.
27th Aug '14 10:32:32 AM OlfinBedwere
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* EvolvingCredits: Ever wondered what the white blocks on the startup screen are? They represent each unique game you have played on that console; the memory card logs them on a file called "Your System Configuration", so if one were to delete that file, there will be zero blocks on the screen 'till the next game played.

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* EvolvingCredits: Ever wondered what the white blocks on the startup screen are? They represent each unique game you have played on that console; the memory card logs them on a file called "Your System Configuration", so if one were to delete that file, there will be zero blocks on the screen 'till the next game played.played.
* KillerApp: Not that it really needed one seeing how literally every game from this generation not developed by Nintendo or Microsoft (or their second-party studios) was released on the console, but the twofer of ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 3'' and ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' really got the system going after a solid, but not earth-shattering first few months.
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