can i play ps3 games on my pc?

lemonie5 years ago
If you find an emulator, yes. Go Googling for "PS3 emulator"

Bartboy lemonie5 years ago
You still won't be able to play them.
You need a processor at least 10x more to emulate,
and PS3s have a 3.6 GHZ one, so I don't think you'll be able to find a computer with that much power.
rabreu Bartboy3 years ago
cant find a computer with that much power my computer goes up to 4GHZ and higher
Bartboy rabreu3 years ago
The 10x was based on Gamecube/N64/SNES/NES emulation, it might be different for newer DVD/Blu-Ray size games.
lemonie Bartboy5 years ago
While you're probably / possibly right, it's not meaningful to compare one of the processors to one other on clock-speed alone. You've got more than one processor and different chip-architectures. The answer starts with "If" so I'm not giving this a yes (or no).

MdP16325 years ago
With enough processor power, memory, etc., and a emulator, it should be possible provided that you have either a Blu-Ray disc drive or a digital copy not constrained to a disk.
grundisimo5 years ago
No. The reason why is PS3's are Blu-ray and computers are not. As lemonie says you could get an emulator. Then a digital version of the game. But if you are talking about  just trying to put a PS3 game into the disc slot and play it then No. does that make sense?
I highly doubt it, But it is worth a look. Make sure your computer is somewhat decent, though.
guyfrom7up5 years ago
no not really