Our Copy That Game review takes a look at the newest game copy technology on the market, one that has generated a great deal of interest and buzz since its recent release. Does it live up to the hype? Read on to find out.
Copy That Game is a program that allows users to make backup F95zone copies of any CD or DVD-based gaming system, from the recent PlayStation 3, to the Sega Saturn. As any gamer knows, CD’s and DVD’s are highly fragile. Even a single scratch could permanently ruin a game disc, making vital data inaccessible. In other cases, scratches, or even simple dirt or dust on the disc can cause music, video, and gameplay to skip and stutter uncontrollably, all but ruining the otherwise sublime gaming experience.
For these and many other reasons, programs like the one highlighted in this Copy That Game review are essential for the modern gamer. They allow gamers of virtually any CD or DVD-based gaming console to back up their games to a CD-/+R or DVD-/+R, protecting their originals from possible wear and tear that could render them useless. Even in the event of a backup copy getting damaged, it’s a simple task to simply re-copy the original and continue on with your gaming enjoyment.
In our analysis of the Copy That Game software for the purposes of this Copy That Game review, we tested the product out with all of the systems it claimed it would work perfectly with. This includes old stalwarts like the Nintendo Gamecube and Microsoft Xbox, as well as modern consoles like the Nintendo Wii. No matter the system tested, the program passed with flying colors. We found we had perfect backup copies of games for all of these systems in a matter of minutes. One area we didn’t get to test was the GBA cartridge copying capability, as we did not have a cartridge or the proper accessory to test it with. We are somewhat skeptical of the software’s ability to perform these copies, but as we couldn’t personally test it, we’ll reserve judgement.
Another facet of the software we wanted to test in this Copy That Game review was the program’s ability to crack through even the toughest copy protection with ease, the program’s boldest claim. We busted out games with some of the most notorious copy protection around, most notably a slew of PC games that went uncracked for months. Copy That Game lived up to its billing, working its way through these games’ copy protection like a knife through butter. This was by far the most impressive feat we encountered while testing the product for this Copy That Game review, and without a doubt its biggest selling point, putting it head and shoulders above the other copy software out there.
One last thing to mention before closing out this Copy That Game review is the ease with which the program is used. You simply insert the game to be copied into your computer’s CD/DVD drive, launch the program, and select copy. It’s as simple as that. The program will create a virtual image of your game, which can then be burned to a CD-R or DVD-R for use with your gaming console(s) of choice. The program also comes with full documentation, and free program updates.
We hope that this Copy That Game review has helped you decide one way or the other whether or not to purchase this software. We recommend it to all lovers of video games, both casual and hardcore, as it’s an unbeatable deal for the potential savings it bestows.