Have you ever tried to make a copy of a video game and failed? Don't feel bad most people fail on their first attempt. The problem is that most software that is made to copy your games is poorly made. You see video games have copyright protection built into the discs. Most software will not be able to bypass this properly.
It may appear that it is burning a copy but when you try to play at your gaming counsel you will find it will not work. It may even get stuck inside your system. That has happened to me several times. The copy I tried to make was so corrupted all it did was spin superfast inside my gaming Counsel.
You may have experienced the same thing already. You could spend days trying to find software that claims to make videogame copies, then try to follow kinds of tutorials on how to use software still to fail. Or there is a route that requires four or five different programs to make your game copies. Sometimes these will work and you can usually download these programs for free, but 90% of the time it will still fail.
If I knew what I knew now in the beginning I tried to make copies of my video games I would have saved a lot of time and aggravation and just spent the money on good game copying software. Once I did I found it was well worth the one-time fee at the for it. You can find the software we recommend our Main page. After testing many other programs we found this one to work 9/10 times.
The tutorials are very easy to fall, the software is easy to install and understand how to use and in no time at all you will be making video game copies. Another bonus is that it will copy any video game whether it is, a PC game, and Xbox 360 game disc, may Wii video game disc, a Ps2 disc or any other system.
Making backup copies of all your video games is a smart thing to do. If you do not have a backup copy and damage your original game it can become costly replacing your games. I'm sure you have scratched discs or maybe even stepping on one, cracking it making it unplayable. If you would have made a backup copy of your original disk there would be no problem. Just pull up the mint condition original and burn another copy.
Once you have the game copy software installed on your computer and setup making copies is very easy and fast. Basically insert the original game disc, rip it to your hard drive, insert a blank disc and burn a copy or several if you wish. The software will also work for downloaded video games. There are websites you can download complete video games, and now you can burn them to a disk and play in your original gaming counsel. No mods required.