So my wife is catching up on her backlog this holiday season, including the PS2 game Persona 4. And after a lot of digging, my pack-ratting paid off in that I was able to successfully put together not only a PS3 option in the living room that we knew would work fine (80gb backwards compatible model) but my old late gen fat PS2 with the transfer adapter for the PS3 *and* my prized wired controller extender. This is great because when she's had enough of family she can retire to her quarters and do some demon pokemon in peace. However, while the PS2 works, it seems to totally lose the red color in the game (everything is bluish yellow). I tried switching the component cable for a used one from gamestop, and that was also the same way so I am pretty sure it's not the cable. And I know the TV and inputs are fine because the bedroom xbox does fine. So, googling couldn't find me anything on this because I guess I don't know how to describe it accurately. Is there a chance dredging up a composite cable could bypass this? Did the PS2 simply burn out something important? Am I seriously considering looking for a used PS2 just to have redundancy on this capability after being traumatized by my experience with the Dreamcast?