Do you have a Wii game console that you want to learn how to burn Wii games without a modchip? Maybe you just want to backup your entire collection of games in case any of them is lost or scratched? Well you're in the right place. Lucky for you, I know how you can burn these games without modchip and I'll tell you exactly how to do it. The purpose of this article is to show how to burn, copy and backup Wii games and the best part is all you can do without a modchip, so add some fun to your weekly game nights.
Now I will tell you first, you cannot just burn a Wii game with any program you use to burn CDs or DVDs. It works a bit differently and you need different programs to burn Wii games. The justification for this is that all these games have a built-in copyright protection that prevents users from burning, copy or back up games. The reason they do this is to ensure that there is no illegal distribution of their games. But the truth is that there are many developers out there who have worked hard to get around this copyright protection barrier, but only so players can simply back up their video game collection. Therefore, do not worries you can still make backups of all your games and burn them today.
Now the truth is, it is really easy to do so. You just really need four things. The first two things you need is pretty obvious. You need a game to burn and a blank disc to burn it to. The third thing you need is a computer with a DVD recorder. It must be a DVD burner, just a plain old CD burner will not cut it. Last but not least, you need software called "Game Copy Wizard." This software will burn the game goes around the copyright protection that allows you to back up your entire collection of games. It is not hard to do, it's actually very simple. It is just like backing up all the old CD and then burns it to disc. If you know how to burn a CD, then you will have no trouble burning Wii games.
You'll never have to worry about missing or damaged game because you always have a backup. We all know that Wii games are not cheap, so protecting them is important for most people. Especially given how easily they can be damaged and then have no use. It can happen in a split second, and then you'll wish you had backed up the game.