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I would imagine it will as the game developers that release games probably have this in the back of their minds as well. In your case (60 GB) there is some sort of standard framework that the games engine has to stay in to be played on a PS3 as it plays PS2 games using a software emulator, the emulator is pretty good but it can't do everything that the actual PS2's emotion engine could.
As an alternative you could always get the PC version, which is probably going to be the best format to get it on.