PCSX2 is free to use open-source code program, developed to replicate your Play Station 2 gaming console on your desktop computer. And like any other software, its developers have been continuously updating it to make it possible to run 2600+ Play Station 2 games. Aside from this, PCSX2 is the only Play Station 2 emulator capable of running at windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems.
Not true at all. Although PCSX2 is an open-source free to use software, it still requires a Play Station 2 BIOS file. You can find free to download PS2 BIOS files on the internet as well, but it's better to own it rather than use someone else's.
The fact of the matter is that using PCSX2 is legit, but using a freely downloaded PS2 BIOS file is not. This is because PS2 BIOS is a Sony Corporation owned product. Using it without purchasing it is a breach of copyright laws.
Can you play PS2 games on PC The answer is YES, but you need to use a PS2 emulator like PCSX2. PCSX2 is a free and open-source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator. Its purpose is to emulate the PS2's hardware. The latest PCSX2 is v1.6.0 released in 2020. It offers both 32-bit and 64-bit versions for Windows. You can download it from this GitHub page. 153554b96e