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Sunday, May 28, 2000
Paradox strikes again in PS2 scene!


Paradox strikes again! As you know , Playstation 2 games are released on CD or DVD. Since DVD burner and blank DVD are really too expensive for now, making a backup of a DVD would cost too much.

Dead or Alive 2 has been released recently on DVD and Paradox has succeeded to convert this DVD game into a 74CD min format!!! This has been possible by ripping some of the music from the game and replacing the pointers.



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