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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the CopyThatGame System??

Its quite simple really, CopyThatGame is the most advanced, complete system that will let you copy any and all of your video games completely and easily. The CopyThatGame system comes complete with state of the art software and video and text tutorials that will take you step by step through the whole process of copying your video games. The video tutorial and state of the art software make CopythatGame the most powerful and easy to use system available today.

 

What will the CopyThatGame System do for me?

The CopyThatGame System will let you easily make back up copies of every game that you own. You can then use these back up copies incase you lose or scratch your original copies. You can even use the backup copies instead of the originals and keep the originals in perfect condition.

 

What consoles will the CopyThatGame System work for?

The CopyThatGame works for all consoles including PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Gamecube, PSP, Nintendo DS, Playstation, PS One, PS2, Xbox, Dreamcast, and Game Boy/GameBoy Advanced! It even for PC games.

 

The games for my consoles come with unbreakable protection, will the software still work?

The CopyThatGame System is so 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.

 

Is it hard to copy video games with your system?

Absolutely not! The CopyThatGame System is the easiest way to copy your games. All you have to do is install the software and follow the video tutorial or if you prefer you can read the text tutorial. The whole process takes about 2-5 minutes (not including that time it takes to burn the game to a blank disc)

 

What is the quality of the copied discs like?

CopyThatGame makes perfect 1:1 copies of games! This means that audio and video quality of the copied disc is the exact same as the original. There is no change. Everything is copied including all extras. If you use CopyThatGame you will not be able to tell the difference between the original and copied discs.

How do I buy the CopyThatGame System?

You can easily buy the CopyThatGame System by clicking here. ClickBank sells our products they are the leading online retailer of digitally delivered products. We only use secure order forms with the highest possible encryption for maximum security. All of these measures are put in place to guarantee the protection of your information. The product will be immediately available by download through the thank you page after the payment is complete.

 

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