To many gaming addicts our equipment, tools and software mean much more to us than just ‘toys’. They’re investments! We invest a lot of time, money and pleasure into our gaming systems, so it makes sense to find the best ways to try and protect our investments. And the first place to start is investing in some good game copier software.
There is nothing more frustrating and heartbreaking than losing your game to disc read errors or some other irreparable glitch F95zone. In most cases, of course you could just go back to your regular game store and pick up another copy, but why waste your time, effort and hard earned cash? The simple answer to this problem is finding reputable and sophisticated copier software.
You need to ensure that your game copier software comes from a known and recommended source. I’d strongly advise against downloading any free software on offer as at best it won’t work, or at worst it will corrupt your computer with viruses and spyware. With good game copying software you will be able to copy all of your favourite games directly onto your computer. Without it there’s no way a basic computer game read the complex and encrypted files on your games disc.
Once you’re able to copy the game files onto your computer, you’ll then simply be able to burn those files directly onto any blank CD or DVD. It really is that simple!
No matter the type of game copier software you decide to invest in, you need to ensure that it is able to read all types of game files and rip them directly from your game disc to your computer. Using the copier software, your computer will then be able to completely duplicate all of the games files onto any blank disc – but make sure it is able to hold as much data as the game requires.
Another thing to be aware of is the amount of time it can take to rip the game files and then burn them to disc. This isn’t a factor of the game copying software, but rather the size and amount of files and the speed of your computer. Set aside some time (like overnight) and get your game copier software running, it can take in excess of 4 hours to burn a single game to disc.
Making backups of your games can be one of the best things you do to secure your investments. If you want to keep a particular beloved game pristine, get out your game copier software and use the backup for your main gaming. And if you’re like me, always lending out your game collection only to lose games or have them returned damaged – get out your game copier software again and lend out your backups!