10 DARK SECRETS GAME DEVELOPERS WON’T TELL YOU ABOUT THE GAME DISC.
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HIDDEN SECRETS ABOUT VIDEO GAME DISCS. Whether you play on PS4, Xbox One or PC, all these systems use discs to play their games. While they may not seem complex, there are a bunch of lesser known facts about these optical media devices.
This is TheGamer’s list of 10 Secrets About Video Game Discs Developers Won’t Tell You!
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Before discs came along, all our video games were played through cartridges. Over time, these cartridges became too costly to produce and simply weren’t able to hold as much content as an optical disc. The transition was as natural as could be for Sony and Microsoft whose first consoles used discs, but it was not the case for Nintendo. The Nintendo 64 lost out on a gaming classic because it refused to use discs and stuck with cartridges, but we’ll get into that later in the video. Optical discs don’t seem too complex, but there are a bunch of lesser known facts about these optical media devices.
Nintendo used some interesting hexspeak to notify gamers of a regular boot on Nintendo GameCube and Wii consoles. Some demos took up more disc space than the actual finished version of the game and Crash Bash was the most interesting of the bunch. EA Sports found a way to sneak a South Park video into a harmless golf game. A quick tip can help you save some money and keep your discs free of scratches in the process. Blu-ray discs have more storage than regular optical discs because they’re blue. Plain and simple. Most importantly, we’ll teach you about the difference between the words disc and disk. Watch to see all these secrets and more in TheGamer’s list of 10 Secrets About Video Game Discs Developers Won’t Tell You!
Script by: Justin Pietrodarchi
Voice Over by: Justin Freitas
Edited by: Mojmir Bures
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