Is there a PS2 emulator that can play any game at 100% speed?

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  1. swimmeringer
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    Is there a PS2 emulator for the PC that would be able to play a game perfectly? Is this possible if it hasn't been done?

    Thank you.
     
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    yeah there are (u need the emulator and the bios, something like that)
    i dont use it so i dont knw much about it [​IMG]
     
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    PCSX2, but it needs a very good rig to run it, you need the BIOS, which you'll have to look for in places other than here, and oh yeah, any real 3d game, like KH or some of the FF games have noticeable graphical glitches/slowdowns.
     
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    I have an Intel Core Duo at 2.66GHz and I can run Itadaki Street, for the most part (one or two effects cause lag) at 100%. If that helps. I also have 2GB of RAM. Though Itadaki Street isn't especially taxing in the graphical department.

    I'd highly suggest modding a cheap PS2 over emulating. Games will run better, and will infinitely be cheaper, unless you already have a somewhat good gaming rip in use.
     
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    There is, but the emulator available is not completely 100% compatible with all PS2 games just yet. When it gets to be as good as PS1 emulators, then it will be amazing.
     

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