ImgBurn is great
for burning PS1 and PS2 games. It's probably good for Saturn games too. I've tried burning PS1 games with Alcohol 120 once, but it's too complicated, not to mention it's free for only a few days.
There's several ways. You could convert Bin/cue to a different format, such as ISO, clonecd, etc. and then burn the files.
Which program do you recommend to convert .bin/.cue to .iso? I need to patch my Wipeout 3 Special Edition image in order to play it in NTSC, but the patch I found on the internet seems to require a single-track image file. WO3 SE is multi-track. If I patch the main track without caring, the file size will increase dramatically (from 92 MB to 630 MB
) and it'll be impossible to burn all tracks into a CD.
Probably the best way though (although I'm not 100% sure what you're doing) is to mount the image using software like Daemon Tools Lite, then just run the file like it was a burned cd-r/rw, without having to try and find old disks, or re-burn it because the cd cost of 10 cents per disk you get what you pay for.
If it's to play games on an emulator, Daemon Tools is definitely the best option.