Tricky Music and PS2 Mods
That said, not only does the game have addictive play, but also the music kicks a lot of ass. So I went to the local Wherehouse and picked up a copy of the soundtrack. It rocks, but I have to say, I’m a little irritated that it’s not, like, a two-disc set with all the music on it. Further, I particularly wanted to hear the music that plays during the little movie of the “Eddie” character dancing. Unfortunately, it’s not on that CD. I guess I’ll have to do a little research.
I discovered a PS2 mod chip that doesn’t require soldering, but it still requires that I take the machine apart. I’m reluctant to do that, but I’m still considering it since you don’t have to actually permanently modify the PS2 itself.