Ps2 Usb Games

The PlayStation 2 was designed to be backward compatible with PlayStation games. However, not all PlayStation games work on the PlayStation 2. In addition, later models of the PlayStation 2 console could not play all of the games that were released for prior versions of the PlayStation 2. This article provides a list of some of the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 games that are not compatible with all models of the PlayStation 2.

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PS2 games can be stored in a USB and played through it than a game system itself. This enhances the life time of game console and help in storing large quantity of game data in small device. To play the games it requires a product called “Swap Magic” along with a mod chip.

All models[edit]

These PlayStation games have compatibility issues with all models of PlayStation 2:[1]

PlayStation games

  • Final Fantasy Anthology (Occasional graphic glitches on save/load screen in Final Fantasy V, no issues in Final Fantasy VI; this glitch was fixed in the green label Greatest Hits version released in 2004)
  • Galerians (Playable but with severe slowdown and loading related problems)
  • Gran Turismo 2 Demo (Graphical glitches with Gran Turismo mode menus).
  • Metal Gear Solid (1998 video game) (Game will freeze during credit sequence if PS2 smoothing is enabled in BIOS)[2]
  • Mortal Kombat Trilogy (The game will only freeze on a PlayStation 2 if the 'BUY IN SCREEN' option is set to 'OFF', and if the continue timer runs out. The game also only supports PlayStation controller.)
  • Namco Museum Encore (While not incompatible, two of the games included, Rolling Thunder and Wonder Momo, lag when played on a PlayStation 2 console.)
  • The X-Files Game (Graphical glitches with cursor.)
  • Tomba! (The intro sequence must play for the game to start up properly.)
  • X2 (video game) (Glitches in menus)


This model has problems running these games:[citation needed]

  • Action Bass (Game does not read)
  • Destruction Derby (Game does not recognize memory card.) (PAL Version works fine on SCPH-30004 V3 and V4)
  • Destruction Derby 2 (Game does not recognize memory card.) (PAL Version works fine on SCPH-30004 V3 and V4)
  • Destruction Derby Raw (Game does not recognize memory card. Occasional audio stutters and system hang ups.) (PAL Version works fine on SCPH-30004 V3 and V4)
  • Krazy Ivan (Game does not recognize memory card.)
  • Metal Gear Solid: Special Missions (Game does not recognize the original Metal Gear Solid game discs)

SCPH-750XX to SCPH-900XX[edit]

The following games are incompatible with the SCPH-750XX, SCPH-770XX, SCPH-790XX & SCPH-900XX[3] 'slim', model PlayStation 2:[4]

PlayStation games[edit]

  • Alice in Cyberland (Compatible, but Alice's karaoke scene runs at the wrong speed)[5]
  • Arcade Party Pak (Tested on SCPH-75001: Partially incompatible. 720 degrees loads but flickers constantly through all game screens: Unplayable, unless one wants to play through the constant flicker. Klax loads and plays without any obvious issues: Playable. Rampage loads and plays without any obvious issues: Playable, multi-tap not tested. Smash TV is occasionally stuck in a firing direction until X, O, Square or Triangle is pressed and some short duration green enemy jitter occasionally occurs at the very start of the first screen: Playable, dual analog also supported. Super Sprint gets stuck on a flickering blue screen when loading: Unplayable. Toobin' has minor flickering during load transition screens but game screens show no obvious issues: Playable.)
  • Driver (video game) (Slowdowns and pause menu opens randomly with DualShock 1)[6]
  • NHL Blades of Steel 2000
  • Rayman 2: The Great Escape (Minor sound glitches)
  • Resident Evil 2 (Greatest Hits Version) (On disc 2 Claire, screen turns black and freezes when starting a new game after all cutscenes)
  • Rushdown
  • Sheep, Dog 'n' Wolf (Major graphical glitches)
  • Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (video game) (Major sound glitches, minor to major graphical issues, control issues with DualShock 1, sometimes freezes)[7]
  • Thousand Arms (Compatible, but has audio glitches that cause songs to occasionally not play correctly)[8]

PlayStation 2 games[edit]

  • ATV Offroad Fury 3 (Compatible with bugs)
  • Beyond Good & Evil (video game) (sound glitches)
  • EA Sports F1 2001 (Compatible with timing/AI bugs)
  • F1 2002 (video game) (Compatible with timing/AI bugs)
  • Final Fantasy XI (Requires the PlayStation 2 Hard Disk Drive)
  • Jak X: Combat Racing (Compatible with bugs) Greatest Hits Version patches said bugs
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  1. ^'PlayStation 2 Backward Compatibility Alert'. Archived from the original on 2010-03-10.
  2. ^'PS2 credits freeze problem solved (PAL)'. Retrieved 11 January 2019.
  3. ^'Important notice from SCEJ'. Retrieved 2020-03-17.
  4. ^'PlayStation 2 (MODEL SCPH-75001) Software Compatibility Alert'. Archived from the original on 2010-03-09.
  5. ^'PlayStation 2's Spotty Backwards Compatibility'. Retrieved 4 June 2020.
  6. ^'PS2 SCPH-90004 DECKARD IOP - Driver - You are the Wheelman PS1 / PSX'.
  7. ^'PS2 SCPH-90004 DECKARD IOP - Star Wars Episode 1 Die dunkle Bedrohung PS1 / PSX'.
  8. ^'PlayStation 2's Spotty Backwards Compatibility'. Retrieved 4 June 2020.

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