Hacking Samurai Warriors 3

LightyKD

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Has anybody tried this game through disc loading?

Samurai Warriors 3[Wii][NTSC][Scrubbed]-TLS

I burned this disc on a DVD-9 at first but apparently this copy is DVD-5 so I also burned a DVD-5 copy and on both disc, Every time I go to start a new game I get a DRE. Was there ever a legit 1:1 DVD-9 copy released? It took me half a day to find this NTSC DVD-5 copy and most of the copies I keep running into are DVD-5 PAL copies.

[Wii]Samurai_Warriors_3[PAL][WiiSOS.com] ...this one to be exact.

The original game was a DVD-9 disc. What's up with all of these hacked up DVD-5 copies?
 

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I know there's a DVD-9 version out there, since I got it.

The place I found it only has like 2 seeders for it, though. :/

what demons
 

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