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Probably because it was the only way to get 100% compatibility with the old software library, which was required while most PS2 titles weren't developped yet. Noone wants to buy a machine without games, and noone wants to upgrade and lose the ability to play old games. Note like console makers have a "all or nothing" way of handling the compability. For ...


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