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  1. Sultan is offline Burnt-out Shell
    Location: Colombia
    Posts: 22

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    Default PS2 Online Airport Cruise

    Alright, I, today, have finally managed to get online in TDU and MC3. So, I wish to organize a cruising session online on Tuesday the 15th, at 4-7 pm -5 GMT.

    If anyone wishes to participate, be there with a Class c or above car, like a Viper.

    Participants, post here! I saw up to 80+ online today, I know you're out there!
    I play, these racing games:
    1. GranTurismo 4
    Oh come on, let's be honest. GT4 has 720+ cars, 50+ tracks, and the best graphics.
    2. Test Drive Unlimited
    Koenigsegg! Honolulu! Speed! I love TDU.


  2. Baltoman is offline Baby Vipah :D
    Location: Espírito Santo, Brazil
    Posts: 3,618

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    u can play online in a ps2?

  3. Sultan is offline Burnt-out Shell
    Location: Colombia
    Posts: 22

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltoman »
    u can play online in a ps2?
    errrrr.....yes....?

    Participants?
    I play, these racing games:
    1. GranTurismo 4
    Oh come on, let's be honest. GT4 has 720+ cars, 50+ tracks, and the best graphics.
    2. Test Drive Unlimited
    Koenigsegg! Honolulu! Speed! I love TDU.

  4. Baltoman is offline Baby Vipah :D
    Location: Espírito Santo, Brazil
    Posts: 3,618

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    well most sites say it cant, and almost everyone dont know if it can ether. Check wikipedia and u will see that it says that u cant play online on ps2

  5. Speed is offline Can You Feel It?
     
    Location: Norfolk, UK
    Posts: 2,724

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    It is also possible to play online with the addition of a network adapter to a PS2 (ps2 slim already has this)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TDU


 

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