Originally Posted by gliitch
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Originally Posted by pereb27
PS3 with semi-software PS2 emulation were released in Japan (CECHE 80gb model).
Also the region doesn't have anything to do with whether the game will work on semi-software emulation or not. The compatibility is the same as PAL and NTSC-U PS2 games.
A) the CECHE model was never released in Japan otherwise there would be a "CECHE00" model and there isn't, do some research as this is false.
B) I don't think some of you are truly understanding what I am saying. Not all games work via software emulation because some have been enabled and some haven't within the PS3s PS2 emulator on a profile-like basis. Without a profile issued by Sony, they cannot be played hence why I am curious as to how there are Japanese-only games that can be played and be played flawlessly which are no use to a software-emulated Japanese PS3 because it does not even exist! This has only come to light thanks to removing region restrictions via Cobra. This works on my CECHA01 PS3 but that is expected as it has full hardware emulation just like its 60gb Japanese counterpart (CECHA00)...but it is strange that it works on software-emulated ones for no reason as without a Cobra playing Initial D Special Stage or Sega Rally Championship 1995 is useless on the software emulator without a Cobra device...why Sony, why?