Discussion in 'Console' started by whodat, Jun 5, 2002.

  1. whodat

    whodat Member

    Hey, just wandering something. I've heard about an ethernet for ps2, but does anyone know when it is comming out? IMO, Xbox is a step ahead with it since they have a lot of halo online players. I just think that it will be more skill since you are playing at home, on your own ps2 and own stick. let me know what u think
  2. Tetra

    Tetra Well-Known Member

    well... sega didn't say they will support it. And imagine wat a tiny lag will do in online vf.
  3. matt_a

    matt_a Member

    The technology is there. I used to work for a dev house and we had debug ps2 drawing data from our server via standard USB ethernet adapters. It just requires developers to add support, which I doubt will happen due to cost.
  4. cka

    cka Active Member

    It [the sony broadband adapter] is coming out at the end of August. And I don't think there's any plans from Sega on invoking VF4 with an online patch -- although I'm hoping they release an Evolution patch to fix the movelist and possibly add those new characters for the hard drive next year.

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