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    I'm trying to make a backup of Xenosaga but when i extract the image it is 8GB which is waaaaaaaay to big to fit on a DVD, is there any way to make it fit on a DVD without removing cutscenes and such?

  2. Games   -   #2
    what the f**k type of game is that !!!! 8GIG ?
    thats huge dude how does the game come, on 12 discs ?
    if so make images of each disc .
    i cant see there being an 8 gig disc out there lol i would like to find one though
    i have never heard of xenosaga what platform is it on ?
    what type of game is it ?
    does it own ?

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    Bernardattic

    ps im very very very very drunk

  3. Games   -   #3
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    Looked on google and its a PS2 game apparently.

    FEATURES


    Epic adventure with 80 hours of gameplay

    Stunning graphics, breathtaking cinematics and beautifully rendered 3D environments

    Music performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra

    Four exhilarating mini-games

    Innovative battle and control systems

  4. Games   -   #4
    I don't think you should have extracted the DVD image. DVD image sizes are usualy smaller than the file size of all the files on the image. I would bur the image with a program like Nero or Alcohol 120%

    Unless you're talking about the image being 8 gigs.

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    That game is 8 Gigs!!!!!

    I read it is the first Ps2 game that comes in a 8Gig DVD...

    Xenosaga is a really good game by Namco and is one of 8 games that are prequels of "Xenogears(PSX)" a RPG made by SquareSoft!!!!!!!

  6. Games   -   #6
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    maybe its a 5 cd game...

  7. Games   -   #7
    Originally posted by slammy_dunken@19 August 2003 - 23:48
    I don't think you should have extracted the DVD image. DVD image sizes are usualy smaller than the file size of all the files on the image. I would bur the image with a program like Nero or Alcohol 120%

    Unless you're talking about the image being 8 gigs.
    yes the image is 8 gigs not just all the files

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