A video clip showing the PS3 BC glitch

This isn’t news. We all know that our beloved PlayStation 3 is experiencing some problems with backwards compatibility. A couple of weeks ago, we even shared with you a list of PS2 and PSOne titles that aren’t working properly with the new console. Don’t fret though, ’cause Sony‘s already working on it and we may seem some huge developments once we get more firmware updates. Besides, issues like these is normal in every launch. They also opened the BC status site, where the players can see what games are fully supported.

Despite having said that, we still want to share with you this video clip. We go it from YouTube but the owner claims that they are from online site Slurrey. A little poking and sniffing leads us to a Canada-based blog that is run, we think, by gamers. Anyway, the video is actually a demonstration of how older games look when run on the PS3.

The good thing here is that there’s a side by side comparison of both graphics output. According to Slurrey, these are run on the same TV, same everything. Sadly, the output on the PS3 are a bit jagged. They maintained that this can easily be fixed by a simple firmware update. Told you so, just keep those fingers crossed, while mashing that SIXAXIS of course.

Via Slurrey

This isn’t news. We all know that our beloved PlayStation 3 is experiencing some problems with backwards compatibility. A couple of weeks ago, we even shared with you a list of PS2 and PSOne titles that aren’t working properly with the new console. Don’t fret though, ’cause Sony‘s already working on it and we may seem some huge developments once we get more firmware updates. Besides, issues like these is normal in every launch. They also opened the BC status site, where the players can see what games are fully supported.

Despite having said that, we still want to share with you this video clip. We go it from YouTube but the owner claims that they are from online site Slurrey. A little poking and sniffing leads us to a Canada-based blog that is run, we think, by gamers. Anyway, the video is actually a demonstration of how older games look when run on the PS3.

The good thing here is that there’s a side by side comparison of both graphics output. According to Slurrey, these are run on the same TV, same everything. Sadly, the output on the PS3 are a bit jagged. They maintained that this can easily be fixed by a simple firmware update. Told you so, just keep those fingers crossed, while mashing that SIXAXIS of course.

Via Slurrey

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