If you have tried to copy Xbox 360 games you’ll know just how hard it can be to break through the copyright protection. But what a lot of people don’t realise is that with the right game copier software you can copy any games from despite the platform – including Xbox 360 games.
At the risk of sounding like a complete moron, I originally thought backups were some kind of unnecessarily complicated way of saving and backing up your game progress. Well, with a little more research I actually came to realise that backups were another way of copying and protecting your original game discs. With this newfound knowledge I was very intrigued and wanted to find out more on how game copier software actually works.
In the past using copied games generally meant you’d also need to install a chip in your game console that will enable it to play your copied game. But with new advances in game copier software you are now able to use the copied disc in your gaming console without making any kinds of modifications to the main gaming platform. This now means that it is much easier to backup and use your copied games than it ever was before.
With the new game copier software you no longer need any major technological knowledge or advanced hardware, you can simply backup all of your games using your own computer. And as long as you are able to use the disc burning feature on your computer you have the technical capacity needed to backup and copy your console games.
You also no longer need to worry about getting the right copier software to suit your console. The majority of game copier software on the market will be able to copy all types including PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and even PC games. By installing the game copier software on your computer you are enabling your computer to recognise and duplicate the files stored on the disc.
The basic features of your selected copy software should include:
• Advanced “copyright-busting” technology that allows the software to copy any video game
• The ability to copy games for virtually any console, such as Xbox, Xbox 360, PS2, PS3, Wii, PC, Dreamcast
• Full video tutorials that show you step-by-step how to copy any video game disk
• The copied game can be played on the Xbox 360 with no problem
• The ability to also create video DVDs from your media files such as Divx, xvid, mp4
• A money back guarantee
• Full Technical Support with a Ticketing System.