How to Copy Xbox 360 Games – Back Up Your 360 Game Collection Quickly and Easy
Ok if you are an avid Xbox gamer, do you know how to copy Xbox 360 games and backup your video game collection? If you are not burning and backing up your 360 game collection you could be throwing money down the drain.
The reason I say that you may be throwing money away is because video game disc are very easy to scratch and damage just like your normal CD or DVD, however the cost of a new 360 video game is way more than your everyday CD or DVD. It seems that the standard cost for a new game is right around $60. I don’t know about you but if you buy a lot of games like me, those numbers start to add up quickly.
Before I learned how to copy my own video games, I wasted a lot of cash because If one of my games stopped working or if it was damaged beyond repair, I would simply go to the game store and just purchase another video game. And for me that happened quite a lot because I am always playing my system and I have tons of video games.
Your game does not have to be scratched for it to stop working either. Just loading your game into your system time and time again starts to take the life of the game away. I have even seen where a faulty piece of hardware inside your gaming console can and will damage your game disc.
Simply put the main reason that I learned how to burn my games was to ensure that I would never have to pay for the same game two times and it has saved me tons of money.
This is all you need to do. First you must have game copying software on your computer to be able to burn your games. Select the game that you want to backup and load it into your computer, start the software program so it can copy the data from your game. When that part is finished, you will be prompted to insert a blank disc and in a few minutes you will have a exact working copy of your game. This is how to copy Xbox 360 games.