I know there have been posts on this in the past and some software out there, but I wanted to post and ask what if there were any updates, and what experiences/suggestions you might all have for me.
I was poking around last night, and literally found a PS2 that I had forgotten about - it was from way back in high school, and I immidiately hooked it up, haha, it was awesome. But one of my favorite games Need 4 Speed Hot Pursuit 2, was scratched pretty badly, it still played with some game motion freezes and skips, but I wanted to ask how I can archive and make copies of my games like I've done with my DVD collection for safe-keeping?
What freeware is out there like DVD Fab that I've loved so much, that will allow me to make copies of PS2, and eventually Wii and PS3 games as I add to my collection?
Also, are those Dual-Layer DVD's or single layer?
Thanks a lot, I would just really like some help on the process and programs to use in order to make exact duplicates of my games, and hopefully repair them. (Oh, can I make ISO's or some other archival file format of these discs so I can re-burn them straight from my HDD?)