Ps2 Still Alive

By: Andres Garcia

It's amazing, even though the next-generation consoles have already been released, there still seems to be a lot of life left in the PlayStation 2, at least in my opinion. Roughly three years after the first next-generation console was released, Xbox 360, I still feel like I have yet to play everything that I wanted to play for my PS2.

That's a good thing. Since I still have interest in PS2 games, that also means that I can get them for dirt cheap prices. Something tells me that there are still a lot of people out there with just as much interest in their PS2 as I have with mine. How do I know this? Believe it or not, the PS2 still sells pretty well even to this day.

Rightly so. It has a ton of awesome games. These days, there are so many games being released (good ones too), that it almost feels like too many games are being released. Games I still want to play for my PS2 are: Metal Gear Solid 3, Devil May Cry 1, 2 and 3. Resident Evil 4, Silent Hill 4, Silent Hill 3, and the list just goes on and on. Oh yeah, God Of War.

Let's face it, the next-generation consoles are expensive, and so are the games. This is a good opportunity though, because not only is the PS2 really cheap, but so are the games. This doesn't even include the used games section. In my opinion, there's never been a better time to be a gamer. I've purchased 3 software titles for my PS2 for fifteen dollars. Yes, only fifteen dollars! How much would a next-gen game cost? Fifty dollars or more! Huge difference.

So, if you have a PS2, stop letting it collect dust because now you know there's a lot more life inside of it. For those that are still on the fence of which video game console to buy, well, now you know. Get out there and buy a PS2, and for less than half the price of a next-gen console, I might add.

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