Monday, January 13, 2020

Titles Worth Adding to Your Playstation Classic & How to Do So

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Personally, I love my Playstation Classic. It's a tragedy it didn't sell better, especially since we likely won't be getting a PS2 version now. Alas, it is what it is and even Nintendo seems to be getting out now instead of making the heavily desired N64 Classic.

That said, the console still is lacking in some noteworthy titles for various reasons and, like the Nintendo releases, it's time you spruce up the collection assuming you haven't already.

If you aren't already in possession of a Playstation Classic, you can fix your mistake here.

Now, assuming you've righted your wrongs, first let me explain how you can add titles to the system in a way that even my aunt could figure out.

1.Insert a flash drive into your PC USB slot, you dirty dog.

2.Open file manager and right click the drive, selecting format. Still with me?

3.Format the drive to FAT32 and rename the label to, "SONY" in all CAPS. For once, your over reliance on that specific button might come in handy.

4.Click start to...start the format process.

5.Now, go download BleemSync to your PC here.

6.Extract the ZIP file to your SONY drive that you created earlier, before you stopped the process to go take a shit and/or masturbate. It should extract a few folders into the drive.

7.Remove the drive safety, wearing a hazmat suit from the PC. If you just clicked that link, you likely are now on a watch list as the government no doubt wants to know why you are shopping for a hazmat suit.

8.Insert flash drive into a bare Playstation Classic, using controller port 2, and then add the Micro-USB. Do you see an orange light now? Good, now hit that power button.

9.The light should now change colors, going from orange to green to red. Have you fucked up yet? Is it orange again? If it returned to the color that Aggie fans hate, than BleemSync has now installed to the tiny device.

10.Take that USB and plug the system into your PC. Turn on the system once the light glows orange and wait for a few seconds. In fact, use the length of this video as a good measurement of how long you should wait.

11.Now, use your browser (other than IE which you aren't using anyway) to visit and start adding games. Use .bin and .cue files, don't worry about pictures and other bullshit details, and then turn off the console when you're done. Just make sure when you go to play later, after you likely masturbate again, to select BleemSync as the launcher. If the LED flickers when booting, it's fine normal. It just means your parents know what you did and are very disappointed.

So, what should you add? Well, here's a shitload worth your consideration. Notice something missing you think I left out on accident? Leave a comment and let me know.

Silent Hill
Chrono Trigger, Cross
Tony Hawk 1, 2
Parasite Eve I, II
Vagrant Story
Shin Megami Tensei
Thousand Arms
Persona 2: Innocent Sin, Eternal Punishment
Castlevania Symphony of the Night
Mega Man Legends
Tomb Raider I, II, III
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Resident Evil 2, 3: Nemesis
Dino Crisis 1, 2
Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
Clock Tower
Final Fantasy I, II, IV, V, VI, VIII, IX, Tactics
Spyro 1, 2, 3
Crash 1, 2, 3
Legend of Dragoon
007: The World is Not Enough
Medal of Honor
Quake II
Star Wars: Dark Forces
Marvel vs Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
Bloody Roar 1, 2
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
Army Men 3D, Sarge's Heroes
Digimon World 1, 2
WWF SmackDown! 2
WCW Mayhem
ECW Anarchy Rulz
Wild Arms 1, 2
Dragon Quest VII
Lunar Silver Story Complete
Rampage World Tour
LSD Dream Emulator
Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, Soul Reaver
Suikoden 1, 2
Star Ocean Second Story
Legend of Legaia

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