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PCSX2 - Playstation 2 emulator installation and setup

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This article will show you how to install and setup the PCSX2 emulator on Linux, more specifically, the latest Mint release; although, it works just as well on Windows, and probably even better. We will do a native install and not use WINE. We will focus on the trickier steps, like BIOS firmware, controller configs and such. We will not be doing any game optimization, graphics improvements or similar. My experience with PSP2 games, game sources, free downloads, or anything of that sort is extremely limited. However, when it comes to Linux, I can surely help you, and that's what we will do today. Afterwards, it's up to you to get the games, tweak them and play them.

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