PlayStation 2 Game Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews

By | October 25, 2021

PlayStation 2 Game Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews

Get the most authoritative, unbiased reviews for the latest PlayStation 2 video games at GameSpot

Sega Ages 2500 for PlayStation 2 – Part 1 – Game Sack

Episode 294 – The look at the Sega Ages continues with all of the titles released on the PlayStation 2. Most of them were only released in Japan. So many games were released that I have to divide this up into two long parts. Part 2 is here –

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PS2 – The Best Selling Console Ever (Review & Retrospective)

The PS2 still remains the best selling console of all time with over 155 million units- a massive number, and there’s good reason for it. Let’s see how the PlayStation 2 holds up nearly 21 years later!
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0:00 – Introduction
1:02 – The Lasting Life
9:16 – The Brazen Build
15:16 – The Grandiose Games
21:55 – Conclusion


Classic Game Room – PLAYSTATION 2 SCPH-79001 review

Classic Game Room HD reviews the MODEL SCPH-79001 PLAYSTATION 2, the PS2 slim! This slimmer, thinner, lighter, smaller PS2 has everything that you need to play the bulk of Playstation 2 and PSone video games. Two controller ports, two memory card slots, backwards compatibility with PS1 and awesome value for the money. The SCPH 79001 Playstation 2 is just like its older, bigger sibling, the original PS2, but less than half the size. CGR likes the build quality, quiet running and space saving size of the PS2 Slim model SCPH-79001, even though the design of the PS2 Model SCPH-90000 is slightly refined.

Classic Game Room HD – PLAYSTATION 2 SCPH-30001 review

Classic Game Room HD reviews SONY PLAYSTATION 2 SCPH-30001 from the year 2000, the game console of the decade!! This PS2 is the driving force behind games in the early 2000’s and makes a fitting review for December 31st, 2009, the last day of the decade!!