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Breaker Pro for PS1 on PStwo.. please read.

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  1. 007PStwo

    007PStwo Regular member

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    Hi right now I am playing some of my old PSone games on my PStwo using a game shark and swapping. this works but foe some games with multiple tracks the music gets left out cause the system is using the TOC of the gameshark.

    Does breaker pro read the backups toc?

    Like will buying breaker pro make the music on my The next tetris come back?

     
  2. HUYI

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    you play psx games on your pstwo? can you tell me? this will save me a lot of money becasue i use a old psx for psx backups. also are you able to put the thin on to make the gameplay look smoother with no problems?

    oh and another thing i have a arv2 for psx i only have a gameshark on backup.
     
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  3. rickstar2

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    I've heard the Breaker Pro can be used as a TOC disc when in conjuction with swap magic. And HUYI, yeah if you get a breaker pro disc you'll be able to play all your old PSX backups on the PS2 using your slim tool
     
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    Ok Im sawp magic 3.3 and dont need a TOC disc.

    Gameshark allows me to play ps1 already.

    Some old games had mutiple tracks with music. Gamesharking psone games makes the ps1 only see the first track making the music tracks invisable.

    Can somone here with breaker pro verify if they have the same problem? PLEASE.
     
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    anyone?!?!?
     
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    this is my only ps2 question in the world someone must know...
     
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    I have both swap magic sets (old and new 3.3) and the Breaker Pro. Breaker Pro plays PS1 games pretty good. When the Pro is used with Swap Magic CD, it allows you to play the larger sized PS2 games without the common effects of skipping frames, missing music and etc. that plague the larger PS2 games.

    To answer your question, I have Breaker Pro and nothing else. My PS1 games play fine with it (no missing music, etc.) and so does my PS2 CD games.
    The Breaker Pro is a 100-minute CD - there is no game that huge. . (we can only buy at max 80 minute CDs). It's the biggest CD/game you can get.
     
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    have you tried breaker pro with the next tetris or twisted metal 4???

     
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    No. Only game remotely close to that, that I have, is Twisted Metal 2, and that one works perfectly.
     
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    can you check if twisted metal 2 uses multiple tracks for audio?
     
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    What do you mean multiple tracks?
     
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    the music is on tracks on the disc instead of file....


    hence you can play it on a cd player and hear the music...
     

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