1. Warren_303

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    I usually only make covers for the games that don't have a real case like Wii Sports and Links Crossbow Training.
    They have that weak case and I really like those games so I gave em a new home.

    I also made a case for SSBB but I don't use the DVD covers.

    This is where I get my game cases to print.
    http://www.thecoverproject.net/view.php?cat_id=18
     
  2. jesterscourt

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    That's a little bit WII-diculous, don't you think?
     
  3. DrKupo

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    Your custom title offends me.
     
  4. light_kun

    light_kun GBAtemp Regular
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    I would do the same thing as your friend, but since doing that cost a lot of money and time, a simple disc cover and writing on it with a black fine liner is just as good.
     
  5. mercluke

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    i just use a $30 color printer and normal paper and then with the disk cover i just glue it on to the disk, too bad nero cover designer cuts off the middle part (can anyone suggest a program that doesn't)

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    (the glue smudges the ink on the disks)

    Too bad my modchip hasn't been installed yet [​IMG] .
     
  6. Renegade_R

    Renegade_R Audio/Video Expert
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    I take every disc I have, I write on them with a black sharpie and stick, stick them into the Wii to make sure they work, play for 10 minutes, take the disc out, put it into a binder that holds 500 discs, then never play that game again...because that's how a pirate lives...
     
  7. CYatta

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    A-fucking-men.
     
  8. kristijan08

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    yep im in the same boat. only problem is you never play a game long enough to start enjoying it hahaha.
     
  9. CYatta

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    Only the ones that are worth it my friend. The others are just some sick satisfaction of getting a game just because you can, even if it's only half-way decent. That's why I don't even bother with all this printing and casing crap (anymore). Used to back in the Dreamcast days, but I had way too many of those. That's what got me to stop. Anyway, the most I've done is keep Brawl in the jewel case since that DL crap is expensive.
     
  10. Tragedies

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    If youre a pirate you know that you can easily get games without paying the hefty price, so you don't bother putting too much effort into the game.

    Unless its Brawl xD
     
  11. miikes

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    hehe, well usually I'd do some "reasearch" before committing physical media so I rarely waste money. Anyways, the big reason I don't like using dvd cases is that it just uses too much space and makes my room look cluttered. So instead, I've got this snazzy dvd album [​IMG]

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