Want to Be Able to Burn Xbox Games? Here’s the Easy Way

Burning Xbox video games seems to be on the minds of numerous game enthusiasts! A good number of Xbox owners aren’t sure the way to copy their games and we frequently get questions about this. If you’d like to have the ability to duplicate Xbox games, we’re going to show you how to make it happen.

Naturally we’re writing this guide as a way to show Xbox owners how to copy the games they currently have and aren’t encouraging people to copy discs you don’t own. Copying video game discs to be able to safeguard your games from damage or loss is usually legal though. Losing a game simply because it gets misplaced or damaged is a brutal experience.

The best way for you to copy Xbox games is to use a professional video game copying software. These are not the same kind of computer program you use when you copy an audio CD. Many Xbox owners have attempted to use an ordinary CD copying software only to discover that they wasted their time.

The reason that common CD burning software programs aren’t able to copy video game discs is that the games get copyright guards on them. These blocks prevent your computer system from being able to read the information on the game disc meaning your computer can’t copy the game.

Fortunately, there are now programs that use sophisticated technology that can get past these protections. When you have this type of software on your computer, your computer has the ability to burn Xbox game discs because it is able to read the game files. You will be able to backup a video game anytime you need when you have this kind of computer program on your computer.

When you want to copy a Xbox disc, just put it in your computer system, wait a few minutes for your system to transfer the info onto your hard drive and then throw in a blank disc. In just about 20-40 minutes you will end up getting a copy of the video game disc that to can utilize in your Xbox.

A software like this costs about $50 – you shouldn’t need to shell out much more than that. I also recommend looking for a game copying program that provides a money back guarantee just on the off chance that it won’t work with your computer.

Burning Xbox game discs is an incredible way to protect your games and a tool that each and every game player should have as an option. Anyone that owns a Xbox can use this kind of program to safeguard their video games.

Maple Story Thief Guide – Thief Build, Job Advancement

As a Thief, you are going to have the choice of advancing at level 30 to become an Assassin or a Bandit.

While you do not have to choose which one to become until you reach level 30, it is a very good idea to know

which one you will want to advance to as soon as you hit level 10 so that you may spec and use your Skill Points in the correct build to help you down the road as you progress in the game.

As an Assassin, you are a quick range attacker that becomes one of the most powerful classes in the game.

While as an Assassin, you can travel the world fast and do extreme amounts of damage from afar, but the downside to Assassins is that they are very expensive to train. You will need to spend a lot of money on an Assassin while levelling and training him but as you reach higher levels you will be rewarded.

As a Bandit, you are able to deal high amounts of damage at high levels and they cost less money to train while levelling and buying armour. While Bandit is extremely fast and can dodge a lot of enemy’s attacks, they still have to go toe to toe with their foes dealing melee attacks while an Assassin can kill from afar.

If you are tired of playing with the other Maple Story characters such as Warriors, you may want to have a change of character class and try your hand at being a thief!

Our MapleStory Thief training guide has all the details for training your Thief character.

Which Streaming Service Is Best?

Our definition of television has changed over the years. It used to be that you could only watch TV on your TV. If you wanted to watch a movie back in those primitive days you actually had to drive all the way to the store to buy or rent a DVD. Thanks to high speed internet we can now stream movies and TV from the cloud to all sorts of devices from phones to computers (and yes, even on your TV). Now that video streaming has proven to be insanely popular, dozens of online streaming services have come onto the scene, all competing for your attention and your money. That raises the question: which one is best?

Describing all of the streaming services available would be next to impossible, but here is my top-5 list of the most popular services out there.

iTunes: For the Apple Enthusiast

Like most of Apple’s products, you either love iTunes or you hate it. If you already have apple products, using iTunes is a great way to sync all of your videos, music, and books on all of your devices. And whenever you pause a video, you can keep watching from where you left off, even on a different device. The downside to this service is that it’s only available for Mac products or PC. It also is slower on updating rentals than other providers. Overall, iTunes is a good option for Mac users, but it’s still worth it to explore other options.

Devices Supported: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, PC/Mac

Price: $0.99 for TV show rentals, movie rentals start at $2.99

Selection: iTunes has a good selection for purchase; rentals are updated slower than some other providers

Vudu: For the Videophile

Vudu began its life back in 2008 as a box offering HD movies delivered via the internet. Now they got rid of their hardware and license their service to other devices. If you want only the highest quality content, this is the service for you. In addition to offering 3D content, Vudu also has the highest quality videos of any streaming service. They also have some new movies available sooner than other streaming services. The catch is that this service can get expensive.

Devices Supported: Android, iPad, Roku, HDTV/Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC/Mac

Price:$2 for 2 days on select titles, other titles start at $4.99 for HD and $5.99 for HDX (featuring 1080p HD) and usually last for 24 hours

Selection: They have several thousand selections, and most titles are available the same day the DVD comes out in stores

Amazon Instant Video: The Nice Afterthought

Amazon started selling digital media using a download service. They have since switched to Amazon Instant Video and have gone away from downloaded content in favor of streaming. To get access to Amazon Instant Video you can sign up for Amazon Prime, which allows you to access some content for free, after the yearly subscription. Other content can be purchased.

While Amazon’s video catalog is rapidly growing, it’s level of content is still not to the same level as Netflix or Hulu. However, Amazon does have some unique features that are unique to this platform: free two-day shipping and reduced overnight shipping on all amazon prime products and even free monthly book rentals from Amazon Prime Lending Library.

Devices Supported: Kindle Fire, iPad, Nook, Roku, HDTV/Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, WiiU, PC/Mac, and more

Price: $79 yearly subscription for Amazon prime, TV shows start at $1.39 to rent and $1.99 to own, new movies start at $3.99 to rent and $14.99 to own

Selection: They have a fair number of older shows and movies, there is also a good selection of BBC programs. While they have some new movies available to Amazon Prime members, most of them require you to pay for them

Hulu Plus: For the TV Show Junkie

Hulu Plus began as a TV series streaming site and, while they do offer some movies, the reason to subscribe to Hulu Plus is to watch TV shows. The platform offers more TV series than any other service, especially current episodes, and most of this content can be seen commercial-free. Hulu also offers a free service for streaming new episodes of hit TV shows, but it is only available on your computer.

Devices Supported: Android, iPhone, iPad, Roku, Apple TV, HDTV/Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, WiiU, PC/Mac

Price: $7.99 monthly subscription

Selection: The best selection of TV shows of any provider. Hulu Plus is an especially good choice for those wanting the most current episodes of hit TV series

Netflix: Get a Little Bit of Everything

Netflix came onto the scene over 10 years ago and completely revolutionized video rentals. They have one of the largest streaming content libraries and have millions of subscribers, making Netflix one of the biggest video streaming services out there. HD quality isn’t as high as some providers, but the cheap subscription and availability on almost any device makes Netflix a must-have for any movie or TV lover.

Devices Supported: Android, iPhone, iPad, Nook, Roku, HDTV/Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, WiiU, PC/Mac, and more (really pretty much anything)

Price: $7.99 monthly subscription

Selection: With a large selection of TV shows and a positively gargantuan selection of movies, Netflix has the best overall video selection out there.