Due to the irritating process and often unavoidable expense involved in replacing legally-purchased games / DVDs many DVD owners are now looking for less cost-effective ways to secure their digital investments. The most practical, modestly priced solution is to make a 1-time purchase of quality game / DVD copying software. However, the problem remains that of figuring out which is the best software to buy, the easiest to use, and the one that is likely to live up to or even out-perform, expectations.
Game copy products are software tools that unlock the difficult encryption codes found in games. This means when you use the software you obtain an exact copy, identical to the original disc. Your newly created copy works fairly like the store-bought version. You can backup PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Gamecube, PSP, Nintendo DS, PlayStation, PS One, PS2, Dreamcast, Game Boy and GameBoy Advanced games! It even works on downloaded PC games.
Are game copy products scams?
Not at all. While some game copy products purporting to make quality 1: 1 clones have failed in recent years, these have either improved in quality or are no longer in business. Generally speaking, products with high return rates are often perceived as scams and their producers end up driven out of business via the ebb and flow of the marketplace. But not all products with excess return rates are scams. Some might experience high return rates because they were over-hyped via inflated sales pages. When a product can not live up to unrealistic sales pitches this creates qualified customers who quickly ask for refunds.
There are a few excellent game copy software products on the market today. Before investing in any game copy product I suggest you take a look at a more in-depth review. I have identified the top 3 copy tools marketed today. Please check these out at your convenience.