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anyone interested in trading ripped ps2 games?

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by dj velocity, Mar 24, 2002.

  1. dj velocity

    dj velocity TRIBE Member

    Here's my list.
    ICQ me at 142736583 if you wanna swap :D

    NBA Live 2002
    Tripleplay Baseball
    Star Wars Racer Revenge
    007 Agent Under Fire
    Half Life
    Unreal Tournement
    Q-Ball Billiards Master
    Aqua Aqua
    Mad Trix Skiing
    NBA Street
    Street Fighter EX3
    ESPN Skateboarding
    Knockout Kings 2001
    NHL Hitz 2002
    Super Bust-a-Move
    Madden 2002
    Okage Shadow King
    Wipeout Fusion (2 cds)
    Looney Tunes Space Race
    Grand Theft Auto 3
    Ecco the Dolphin (2 cds)
    ESPN International winter sports 2002
    Smuglers Run 2
    SSX Tricky
    Simpsons Road Rage
    WTA Tour Tennis
    Virtual Fighter 4
    State Of Emergency
    WWF Smackdown Just Bring It
    Sega Sports NBA 2K2
    Forever Kingdom
    High Heat 2003
    World Rally Championship
    Knockout Kings 2002
    Tetris Worlds
  2. Trini

    Trini TRIBE Member

    pirating is illegal.
  3. dj velocity

    dj velocity TRIBE Member

    thanks tips

    these are for previews. If you like the game, you'd most definitely purchase the product and support the programmers.
  4. Trini

    Trini TRIBE Member


    a disclaimer.
  5. SlipperyPete

    SlipperyPete TRIBE Member

    Do you have Mike Tyson's Punch Out? or Burgertime?
  6. DJ Doublecross

    DJ Doublecross TRIBE Member

    I'll trade you Zaxxon for Burgertime.
  7. MARCin

    MARCin TRIBE Member

    Ok, sorry for a dumb question, but how exactly do you rip ps2 games? Seriously, can you do it with a normal cdr, or do you need a special hardware or what not.

    marc <-- ps2 newbie
  8. dj velocity

    dj velocity TRIBE Member

    you can record most ps2 games just like any other cd. The dvd ones can be choped onto a few cds or have useless videos deleted inorder to fit on one cd. (except metal gear solid and final fantasy x)

    all you need is a mod chip in order to play'em.
  9. stargurl*

    stargurl* TRIBE Member

    Which mod chip are you using?
  10. KiFe

    KiFe TRIBE Member

    and where does one go to aquire such a modchip?

  11. Bass-Invader

    Bass-Invader TRIBE Member

    i dont get how such a modchip would work...

    what if a data file storing some important data(not video and sound) maybe, a monster's polygon data or something, wont fit on the first cd..
    then the game running in memory would try and access this data and find its not there...and crash because its not coded to handle that...

    unless you can't copy games that have that more than one CD worth of crucial data..

    or the modchip is extremely complex and detects such errors, preempts the game process, takes over using some modchip bios process to ask you to insert a disc containg the extra data.. and then the chip passes control back to the game...(rather than one that just overrides playstation copy protection)
  12. Bass-Invader

    Bass-Invader TRIBE Member

    oh..i guess that would answer my question.
  13. MARCin

    MARCin TRIBE Member

    Uhm, so what's a modchip? And how much does one cost?
  14. echo

    echo TRIBE Member

    So um yeah....how does one go about getting a mod chip??

    I recall something about having to get someone with experience in electronics to put it in...

    If this is the case....where do you go to get something like this done?

    Is there any chance that it could wreck your PS2? I know it will nullify the guarantee so I don't want anything to happen to it while it's being done!!

    PM me if you don't wanna display it for the whole world to see LOL


    ;)echo<----could deal with having a nice library of PS2 games like dj velocity's!!
  15. dj velocity

    dj velocity TRIBE Member

    I'm using the neo-mod chip. Its the easiest one to install (only one wire) and connects externally to the usb port.

    The chip allows you to bypass sonys boot protection and runs for about $40-80.

    search for ps2 mod chips and you'll find tons of places selling them.
  16. echo

    echo TRIBE Member


    Thanks...I think that will be the very next thing I buy with my lovely tax rebate cheque :D

  17. sxcboy

    sxcboy TRIBE Member

    there are multiple modchips out there
    some better than others

    for example, i'm using the neo 2.5
    i got it a while ago...it uses 8 wires and requires a gameshark to swap...furthermore, the dvd rom swap is complicated

    on the other hand, the neo 4.0 uses 44 wires
    so i don't recommend you try to install that unless you have a lot of patience and are really good with wiring (especially since it requires you to cut up parts of your board)...but the benefit of this mod is that it direct boots cd rom games, and has a easier swap for dvd rom games

    there's also a neo 4.1 with clip that uses 11 wires (same capabilities as above)

    and the messiah, which direct boots everything

    whichever chip you get, make sure you have a ps2 version compatible with that chip...certain chips function with certain versions

    for example, the messiah works with only v.4 or higher

    on another note, to swap a dvd rom game...you need an actual real dvd game...preferably dead or alive 2 because of its size...it works best

    on a cautionary note, i've heard people complain that using the mod chip wears down your laser faster...at least that's the case with newer ps2 versions

    for more information check www.lik-sang.com and www.ps2ownz.com

    or you can just go to an asian mall such as pacific mall and look for a videogame store..the last time i checked they were modding a system with a neo4 for 300 (this was in september)...

    that is kind of pricey considering the chip itself cost a bit under a hundred...

    in any case, get them while you can..sony did a major crack down on a lot of the major vendors a few months back...they might decide to do it again..and the prices might go up as a result
  18. sxcboy

    sxcboy TRIBE Member

    a little extra info

    you can only rip cd-rom games...it does not req. any special hardware

    dvd rom games can be found ripped and made to fit into cdr's by different groups on the internet

    full dvd rom games with nothing taken out can also be found over the net...but that would require you to have a dvd burner to burn the game and in any case, who wants to download a 5 gig game?...the alternative is to buy dvd rom games (usually 30 dollars) over the net or at some asian videogame store

    typically, you have to use cdrwin to burn downloaded ps2 games...otherwise it won't work

    certain games downloaded require patches in order for it to work or work better (ea games and pal games)

    in any case, all of this work is worth it...you get to play a lot of games before it comes out..=))
  19. Jinx

    Jinx TRIBE Member

    Sorry to hyjack..

    Does anyone know if the Ps2 CD player have a visual display (waves, purrty colors etc etc.) like the PsX?

    If so, how does one go about activating it? (The PsX had some silly button combo to enter before it became available)
  20. STR8UP*

    STR8UP* TRIBE Member

    My question to that is..... wtf game don't you have???? I want them all except NHL 2002 and G.T.A. 3;)
    I don't have any games to trade, but if you're looking for a satelite dish, we could make a deal!!!
  21. Dr. Grinch

    Dr. Grinch TRIBE Member

    Phoenix chip
    problems solved...

    I got a Neo 4.1
    Nice if you can get them, impossible to intall

    ECCS will do installs too..
  22. KiFe

    KiFe TRIBE Member

    hello... this thread is back.

    i have a few questions.

    now 'out there' i've managed to find a few games.. only curiously enough, these games are going MORE than 700megs in size (err.. like the BIN file i mean)

    which i find odd, because i know not of any cd-r's that have a higher storage than 700 megs.

    i heard you can overburn by a few megs... but im attempting (as we speak to burn an 800meg bin unto a 700meg cd-r

    we'll see if that works.

    I've found other games that are a mere 56megs (pacman3d whatever) so what's up?

    velocity, please icq me, i've sent you a message... or email me at kifebuyshisweed@hotmail.com if you get a moment. :)


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