Game Copy Wizard Review: Read this before buying!

August 7th, 2010  |  Published in Game Copy Wizard  |  32 Comments

by Jessilio Cruz

You have that game of action that you adore and like to play. It has a pleasant, exciting sound, and you  dominate the game. Incredible bombs blowing up, weapons going off, cities tumbling, enemies tumbling… To each level that you conclude successfully, you gain a new weapon, more sophisticated, and more ammunition new.

Each level of the game is more exciting and more challenging. But, throughout the time, you obtain to conclude a level and to reach the next one. You gain more bonuses, more life, more points.

You are one expert. You invite your friends to play and you defy them to obtain more points and to reach more levels. And go you there. Earning of everybody, winning all the obstacles of the game. And you go on. You are invincible!

Finished the competition, you disconnect your console, and all commemorate you incredible skill. You only hear compliments.

Later, you, proud, decide to play your preferred game one more time. You turn on the console, place the record of the game and, SURPRISE! The game does not load. You try, and try, and nothing.

You find that it can be the console that burnt. You take the disc for the house of a friend, he places the disc in the console, and the game does not load. Other games function. But your preferred game, does not function more.

And now? What to make?

Nothing. It does not have nothing to make. You lost your game. The game that you more liked.

And what to say of the other games that you have? If also to happen with them?

You have certainty of a thing. One day this situation will go to happen again with all your other games.

Do you know why? Because the records consume themselves. Throughout the time they simply leave to function. They also suffer scratches while they are twirling inside the tray of the console or of the computer, and this make also they to stop to function.

To prevent these damages and incidents, you need to make backup of your discs of games.

The question now is: which software to use for this purpose? This is an important question because softwares that make backup of CDs of audio and data and DVDs of films, does not function well with records of games, although these also is medias of DVD. This happens because the formats of the archives of games are different of the formats of the archives of DVD of images.

I already tried softwares diverse that are said designed for backup of records of games, but all that I already tested had functioned not well. Imperfections had always left disabled the games to function completely. Have you already imagined to make backup of a game and when the original record to present defect, you to perceive that its backup does not function as the original?

I found an excellent wizard designed to copy records of games. This wizard calls Game Copy Wizard. I have used this guide already has some time as well as tested the copies of the records that it makes and I have perceived that this wizard is simply the best one to make this.

With Copy wizard System you can copy any Favorite Video Game in your system easier and faster. Usually Video Games often cannot be completely copied because of the built in protection. Unlike other competitors, Game Copy Wizard can not only get the latest so called unbreakable protection applications, but also burns them to a Writeable media. This helps you play your favorite games years after your original DVD be lost, or scratched, giving to you complete control.

You don’t have to worry about the Scratched Discs anymore. The Game Copy Wizard System will let you easily make copy of every game DVD that you own. You can then use the Backup in case you lose or scratch your original DVD copies. You can keep the originals in perfect condition and even use the backup copies instead.

The copy system is advanced that it gets through the latest so called unbreakable protection with ease and lets you burn these games to any regular blank CD or DVD.

The system works for all consoles including Xbox 360, Wii, Gamecube, PSP, Nintendo DS, Play station, PS One, PS2, Xbox, Dreamcast, and Game Boy/GameBoy Advanced! It even for PC games and it is able to copy wii games very well, too.

Also you will be able to backup your Video or Music DVDs, containing your favorite Movie, Music or Series.

You will also be able to create Video DVDs, from the media files you have. All popular video files are supported from Divx, xvid to mp4.

The wizard is so advanced that it go through the latest unbreakable protection easily and lets you burn your games to any regular blank CD or DVD.

So the time to copy wii games and so many other games is NOW!

BUT ATTENTION! – Game Copy Wizard does not copy nor teaches how to copy PS3 games.

Check Out Game Copy Wizard HERE

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