So is there anyway to copy video games like Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games. Yes, absolutely. There is a way to back up every single one of your games. The “CopyThatGame” system definitely gets a 5 star review. It is what is says it is and does what it says what it does. Reviewing this is kind of like reviewing a movie; I’m going to point out meaningful points of “CopyThatGame” without giving away too much.
I’m a game lover and I was very pleased with its results. It uses a very proficient system that easily and amazingly strips the data from the original disk (whether it’s a video game, CD or DVD) and enables you to copy that data to a blank disk. It is very astonishing due to the fact that Sony and Microsoft has a very complicated code that keeps their disk from being copied, however CopyThatGame breaks by it without already trying.
The CopyThatGame works for all consoles:
o PlayStation 3
o Xbox 360
o PlayStation 1
o PlayStation 2
o PC games.
o And more (Dreamcast etc.)
CopyThatGame makes 1:1 quality copies like it says it does. It was really impressive playing Grand Theft Auto on my 360 using my copied disk – it was great. And to test out its DVD coping capability, I copied my favorite movie (Dark Knight. That movie kicks butt). It copied it beautifully.
It took about 5 minutes to strip the data. It was shockingly simple because I was expecting something that truthfully was a piece of crap and got something that was amazing in every way.