That is typically better the other way around. My children have access to the main video collection (titles appropriate for all ages), and have ended up destroying a few. I make it a point to backup all our movies and store them into a binder, while the originals are stored in a storage tub in there original cases. Not only does this save room it also prevents us from having to replace $20 dollar titles over and over due to carelessness.Originally Posted by masonb15
I could see the same being done for more expensive video games, keeping the original in mint condition and abusing the copy instead.
Kinda wished disc based media stuck with the caddy design for data, however they was expensive at the time so having one per disc was unrealistic, so they was quickly forgotten. Think of it kinda like inserting a CD jewel case into the drive unit instead of removing each time, protecting your discs from lazy siblings, children, and friends (we all know of at least ONE who abuses them).