PS2 Hard Drive
Is it possible to have larger updates on the same scale as the PC and Xbox if the PS2 owners have the PS2 hard drive that came with the Final Fantasy 11 package? If this is possible, then everyone can benefit from this game’s improvements.
I just spent the last hour looking up information about the PS2 HDD (hard drive). It was ment for the purpose of online gaming needs. Here is a clipping from IGN.com site review of the HDD By Douglass C. Perry, March 19, 2004:
"After that, players will soon be able to use their HDD with other games. SCEA has officially stated that Syphon Filter Omega Strain and SOCOM II: US Navy SEALs will both offer downloadable content, such as skins, patches, and game locales. Capcom's Resident Evil Outbreak, which ships March 30, also uses the HDD. Its main purpose is to quicken load times. Further out, we suspect later this year, several game companies will introduce their own HDD-compatible games. Expect developers to use the HDD to store music, textures, movies and more on the system, so that games can load faster, using data not only from the DVD, but from the HDD, and to include future plans we're not even sure of just yet."
The question then comes to mind is Battlefield HDD compatable? Could this be the answer for all PS2 owners? Is it difficult for the progamers to write the patch codes for the PS2?
Last edited by JediBen; 12-31-2004 at 09:07 AM.