What is the difference between “ISO” games and “RIP” games ?
ANWSER: ISO games are full cd’s which groups like Fairlight turned into a so called “image”. Usually the format of an image is bin/cue. But there are more formats like .img, .iso, .nrg etc. So an ISO game is nothing more then a copied CD turned into an “image” which you can burn / extract. A “RIP” game is a collection of files which are neccecary for the game to play properly. Movies, Music and stuff like that is deleted. So the “RIP” games are way small than “ISO” games, because certain files are deleted. Now if you still want music or movies in your game you can download so called “Addons” which will add music,movies or anything else deleted by the rip groups to your game. 56 K users usually prefer “RIP” games, because they’re way smaller than “ISO” games. Takes less time to download.
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