You’ve just sat down to play one of your favorite PS3 games (Maybe Grand Theft Auto?). You insert the disk and wait for it to load, but then disaster strikes. The game disc has been scratched and can no longer be played. Looks like you’ll need new plans for the evening.
The situation described is one of the many reasons why you should copy your PS3 games. PlayStation 3 games often cost upwards of $60 and the replacement costs for damaged discs add up. An unfortunate fact of gaming is that no matter how careful you are with your gaming media, wear and tear can and likely will happen over time.
Until several months ago, copying PS3 games was a real chore and required the use of a PC with special hardware installed. The backup process for games was complicated, as the copy protections built into individual games had to be broken or bypassed. Very few people were able to successfully create a playable copy of a game. All that has changed now.
Feature-rich software has been developed for use on both PC and Mac that allows even the most casual gamer to effortlessly back up their entire video game collection with nothing more than a click of the mouse. The software works by reading the original game disc and copying the contents of the disc into system memory. Once there, the copy protection, if any, built into the game disc is analyzed and bypassed if necessary. Then a copy of the disk can be made.
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