Sony's PlayStation 2 has turned 20 today and it still remains the undisputed king of video game consoles.
to me Snes is still the greatest console ever. Also, graphically that era of games stand up way better than ps2.
I've been gaming since the NES days, and I have to agree with the article. The PS2 has the most diverse library of great games, and they're not sprites. The limited gameplay capabilities of sprite based graphics just can't hold up to the PS2's 3D games.
To each his own, but I’d rather look at a link to the last all day long over some of the early ps2 game. Sprite based graphics are still being made today because they’re timeless when done well. You don’t see people today making games that look like ps1, 2, or N64 because that style why necessary to push forward looks awful now compared so the better snes games. I guess it’s just a matter of personal taste. I will agree that the ps2 did have a very diverse library though.
Playstation brand is the best gaming brand in this gaming industry so far, this from the very first console, its gaming exclusive library is the best of all. :)
SSX was the first game I bought for the PS2. I played it so much. Here's my bedroom two months after I bought the PS2 and SSX. Yeah this video reeks of early 2000's. lol https://youtu.be/WqOTXXsl9H...
I had a dreamcast instead, don't regret it. Any ps2 gems i missed out on I got to play later in life anyway. Missing out on soul calibur and skies of arcadia would have been terrible. Not to mention shenmue
While I loved my PS2 I think the PS3 was the overall best console. I still have my launch 60 gig. Fully backward compatable with 2 and 1. I have not only games but music and movies loaded on the hard drive, and it was a great DVD player at a good price at the time it came out.
Too late to edit. I meant to say Blu-Ray. I feel bad for the people that bought into HD DVD. The writing was on the wall for that before it even released.
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