Having a backup copy of a game disk is a great relief when you are playing. I don’t know the exact statistic, but I do know that a scratched disk is not altogether uncommon. I know I worry about it whenever I’m playing with the original. Thinking about it on another level, this also protects your original purchase, keeping the disk in pristine condition, which is great for resale. You know how some of the older consoles are still sought after by collectors and others who want the classic version. Of course, they would also want the games to go with it. So, having a mint condition game might be a financially good thing to have around in the future. You never know.
So, how do you go about making these backup copies? The only surefire way I know of is to get Copy That Game, which shows you how to get yourself setup and ready to copy any of your PlayStation, XBox 360, or Wii disks. It even copies PC games too.
Unlike some other programs out there, you won’t have any trouble with getting your console to play these backup disks. Everything is described for you in the tutorials that accompany the software.
Setup time is only a few minutes. Of course, after than you will have the time that is needed to actually burn your backup disk.
No need to worry about quality here either as Copy That Game makes perfect 1:1 copies. That means all audio and video and extras stay intact.
This is the only way that I know of to do this successfully. I have come across a couple other possible solutions but upon further research those others were found out to not work as well as this one. People have had problems with the others.
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