Michael.Knight1 wrote:Ken , The Game Should by on PS2 & PS3 Too if that possible with unity
While Sony has just (or is about to) officially discontinued production of all PS2 units, I don't think most people have the proper tools to burn PS2 discs that can get around the anti-theft measures that the PS2 used. And, the only way this could be done is for people to burn the disc, themselves. I do remember the days of PS1, having devices that could be added into an expansion port that overrode burned discs to make them work. But, it's something that I haven't been looking into.
Besides, there's probably a ton of code alterations that would be needed. And, I could so easily see a game of this caliber, being burned by some unworthy type for purpose of black market sales in the 'retro' craze that now exists. It's not like the 2600/Intellivision/NES stuff that dedicated people are making inside their own physical cartridges with software property that isn't governed by major companies. Keeping it purely PC is for the best, I would say.
And, trust me. I would love to play this on my PS3.
...which isn't completely impossible, actually. Acquire an early machine that hasn't been on-line and still has access to OS'es like Windows XP and Mac OS. (At one time, PS3's OS openly permitted you to install those. But, lawsuits have forced them to discontinue that option. And, anyone that has given their machine on-line access has been forced up upgrade that feature out of existance.) Or, just acquire an early PS3 OS that still has the PC access and don't put the machine on-line. Viola. You may very well have a PS3 potential port of this title. Now, I do know that the PS3 ran the more modern versions of Windows so badly, it could take nearly 20 minutes, just to reach the start button. But, that wasn't because the PS3 wasn't strong enough. It's just that modern Windows can't utilize the PS3 hardware, leaving the machine to run in some kind of underpowered mode to find compatability. Modern Mac of the time was completely compatable, according to YouTube videos on the subject. Go figure.