How to Download "Shadow of the Colossus" for PS2

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How to Download "Shadow of the Colossus" for PS2
PS2 games can be downloaded from many file-sharing websites. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Released on the Sony PlayStation 2 in October 2005, "Shadow of the Colossus" is widely regarded as one of the finest adventure games ever made, with leading video games website IGN awarding it a near-perfect score of 97%. Whether you have lost your original copy or the disk has been damaged beyond repair, help is at hand from fellow gamers as file sharing websites allow you to download the game to your PC and then transfer it to a blank disk. However, under copyright law, this is only permitted if you own an original copy.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Navigate your web browser to one of the many websites that provide free access to PS2 game downloads. Popular sites include "Emu-Paradise," "ROM Freaks" and "PS3 ISO."

  2. 2

    Find "Shadow of the Colossus" from the list of titles or image galleries on the site of your choice and click your mouse. You will be taken to a hosting website where the game has been uploaded by other users and made available for download. Because of the game's size, most sites have split it into several parts which should be downloaded in the correct sequence.

  3. 3

    Follow the easy-to-understand on-screen instructions to download all the parts and install them on your hard drive. You will need to select a destination for them, such as your desktop.

  4. 4

    Insert a blank DVD into your computer's disk drive and burn the files onto it. Once this process is complete, insert the game into your PS2 and check that it works properly.

Tips and warnings

  • Remember, downloading "Shadow of the Colossus" without owning an original version of the game is a breach of copyright law and you face a potential fine or even imprisonment if caught.

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