To correctly configure the emulator you'll need to have a PlayStation’s BIOS file which is not included in the program (you can use a browser such as Google or Yahoo to find the files: scph1001.bin or scph7502.bin).
The program is very easy to use and after a few simple steps, will have you playing all the original PlayStation 2 games from your own DVD reader. You'll be able to set up the game controls, video, audio and you'll even be able to save your games with a memory card simulator.
The compatibility list is huge by now and includes over one thousand five hundred games that work perfectly, as well as a few hundred that work ok, but not perfectly. The best part is that if you have a powerful computer you'll be able to get even better graphics than on the original videogames themselves.
PCSX2 is the best PlayStation 2 emulator for Linux you can find today. A true jewel for videogame fans who'll be able to turn their computer into a videogame console in seconds.