With each passing year, developers of game copying softwares have come up with perks that sometimes can live up with the gamer’s expectations, or else fall short with it. Definitely, all of these software packages have some kind of limitation and it also depends on the user if how he could cope with it. That’s what reviews are for, right?
But anyway, just recently (about two years ago), the Game Copy Monster was released and it was pleasantly welcomed by buyers from all over the gamers’ world. But many are rather skeptical of the functionality of this product. That’s because many backup softwares fall short of copying games COMPLETELY; it’s either the audio stinks or the video quality is far from the original game. What separates the Game Copy Monster from the rest is that it can bypass the latest unbreakable built-in copyright protection code in the safest manner. This cutting edge software has a very useful manual (with text and video tutorial) that is easy to follow even by amateur gamers.
One reason why some backup softwares fail to some customers is that it cannot bypass the most advanced protection set up by gaming companies. Now, this difficulty is hardly ever possible with Game Copy Monster. It’s designed to configure for most console video games including Xbox, Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii, Dreamcast and Gamecube. This can also be used for PC games. As with any other backup softwares, music and movies can also be played and watched with good quality. It is also compatible with multiple media files and formats whether it be DivX or MP4.
I think the best thing about this software is that the quality of games is EXACTLY the same with the original. In this way, you can keep the original (which probably might have scratches by now) without having problems getting another backup.
The price is quite affordable for such quality and the website does not really provide that much screenshots or software specifications. If you’re skeptical, better check their website and find out more!