If you find an emulator, yes. Go Googling for "PS3 emulator" L
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.
cant find a computer with that much power my computer goes up to 4GHZ and higher
The 10x was based on Gamecube/N64/SNES/NES emulation, it might be different for newer DVD/Blu-Ray size games.
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). L
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.
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.
no not really