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Revision as of 11:02, 2 May 2015

PCSX2 Logo.pngThis wiki is intended as the source of any kind of information about the PCSX2 emulator, including installing and setting up for Windows, GNU/Linux and Mac environments, and how to compile your own version. It also features a wide set of guides for you to take advantage of the advanced features of this emulator. Lastly, this Wiki has a database of the the games that can be run and their compatibility. This information can be easily updated by any PCSX2 user who wishes to contribute to this site, as the main purpose of the wiki is to keep track of the playability of games and provide users with tips on how to best configure PCSX2. We currenlty have 6 active users, 5,023 games listed and 12 guides are available.

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Getting involved!

Note: I've written part of the following section myself. Horrible grammar ahead!. The original can be found on Test1

The contents on this site are added and maintained by the PSCX2 user's community from all over the world. Anybody can contribute to this Wiki whether he or she is a new or an advanced user.

If you want to help improve the Wiki you are more than welcome! We encourage you to expand the articles while you're viewing it, finding the page of a game you've played recently and create it if it doesn't exists (you can copy/paste from a complete article and then edit it), expand it if it's a stub or misses information, or update it if you see outdated info on it. You can also write a guide if you've found an external program that can be used in conjunction with PCSX2 (such as visual enhancements, controller support, cheating, external launchers).

Every contribution, no matter how large or small is, will help this wiki. Do not be afraid to make edits - you cannot break anything!

Wikis are unbreakable but useless without your support.

Your first step is the guide on how to contribute to this Wiki. If it's your first time editing articles on a Wiki, the following links will guide you through your first steps on learning the MediaWiki markup language:

In case you have any questions, you can: