Tekken Three

Discussion in 'Sony PlayStation 1 & 2' started by Norman3000, Jul 17, 2008.

Jul 17, 2008

Tekken Three by Norman3000 at 11:41 AM (1,546 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. Norman3000
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    Hey there guys! im temprorarily back! Hey any one here stil has working PS1 games you can donate? I dont have anything to play at my DS right now and im waiting for my ps2, yeah so old gen, i was wondering if anyone has any ps1 games to donate to me? help meplease? i lost all of mine before :<

    Tekken 3 will definitely make me happy, i cant find anything of that kind here, thanks everyone! [​IMG]
     
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    Why don't you just DL em?
     
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    How do u download and play them on ps1? i downloaded ISO but i cant play them on my ps1 evn if i burn them on a disc
     
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    Member hankchill I Pwn n00bs.

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    Do the 'swap trick' [​IMG]

    1. Jam the lid detector
    2. Insert real game, it will start to spin. When the motor starts spinning double speed, swap with burnt copy.
    3. Burnt copy will spin, and then it will slow down. When it does, swap back with original.
    4. Motor will speed up, slow down, and then speed up again. When it speeds up again, swap with burnt copy.
    5. Play!

    I used to do this all the time way back in the day until I learned to install modchips [​IMG]
     
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    For some reason that only works for me if I use a homebrew game. It doesn't work for any pirated game I tried ):

    So now I use PC emulators.
     
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    It works, but it only worked on a few games, all of which didn't work fully. Klonoa: Door to Phantomile worked with no music and Castlevania: SOTN wouldn't boot beyond the title screen.

    But I also suggest a PC Emulator.
     
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    You must suck then, eh~heh [​IMG]

    I've never had troubles with *any* games. I used to play Castlevania all the time with this method too. For games like Klonoa or Pac Man World, which has CD Audio for it's music, you need to use an original with the same format (Data + Audio tracks), and the music would work fine.
     
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    Same here, all games i played worked great with the swap method!
     
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    Got a name for that PC emulator?
    And is it fun to play with the keyboard?

    Also can I hook up a regular PS1 controller to my PC somehow [​IMG]?
     
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    http://www.bizrate.com/playstation2accesso...+converter.html

    (either google, or check around at electronic stores around you. They're all over the place [​IMG]
     
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    Tnx [​IMG]
    Gotta love those fast responses!

    I'll try to get a hold of such a converter, tnx WildWon!
     
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    PC controllers are cheap, I got one for $2, try looking for those instead.
     
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