When I bought my used PS2, I was elated to find that I'd gotten the network adapter thrown in for no additional cost. Ever since I've been meaning to hook up my PS2 to my broadband connection. However, I was reading the network adapter box at EB games today to see if I needed anything else besides a network cable/router set-up and it mentioned a Network Access Disc being needed to set up the connection. Now I know I didn't get one of those when I bought the PS2, so how do I go about replacing it?
The kid is all confused and thinks to himself "I'm not calling anyone mommy because the last time I did that, it led to this." -My Wife on adoption
Contact Sony and ask them for one (#3 in the message).
(edited by Mr. Boffo on 17.12.05 1820) In the real world, WWE believes that no matter what our race, religious creed or ethnic background in America, we all share the common bond of being Americans. American-Arabs are a part of the fabric of America, and they should be embraced by all of us.
A lot of network-enabled games come with all you need to get set up to play online (all of the SOCOM and EA Sports games come to mind). In fact, I would go as far as saying the overwhelming majority of network-enabled games come with it, so you probably don't need to worry about getting a network access disc.
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_video_games_exclusives_%28seventh_generation%29#Microsoft_Xbox_360 , there is also: Crackdown (which was a good game; the sequel was panned because it was exactly the same game). Fable II and III.