Not true, the GC games are out there on the net, I dunno how to do it cause I just don’t care enough.
The GC reads the discs the same way the Xbox reads its DVDs; outside to inside. The way the Xbox games are copied are basically connecting to the Xbox via your network and FTP’ing to the console. All this requires a mod chip with the right software on the Xbox, obviously. My guess is the GC games are done in a similar fashion. You would need the broadband adapter for the GC obviously.
Originally posted by kill_007
[B]Sorry guys, IT IS NOT POSSIBLE to make a backup of the Gamecube mini DV. It does have nothing to do with the fact that it is smaller or has a bar code or whatsoever. The ONLY reason is that with normal CD’s and DVD’s the lens of the device starts reading the disc from the middle part, so inside out.
Whit the Gamecube, the mini DV’s are written starting from the outside to the inside, and thus also read starting on the outside of the disc.
You shouldn 't believe all this crap talk you can find on some forums out there, it is JUST NOT POSSIBLE to copy or playback a copied game, and it has been this way already for about 2 years now. this guys at Nintendo are just really clever.
Just tell the kid you 're not going to buy him any other game if he destroys this one, or buy a PSII or Xbox.