When purchasing a retail copy of the PC version of the 2003 game entitled Hulk, 3 disks are included; the first appears to contain all of the setup files necessary to perform a full install, and the other 2 simply contain several cab files with a total size of around 1 GB spread across both remaining CDs.
So - my question. If the first disk contains all of the data required to install the game itself, what are the remaining CDs used for?
My assumption was that if a minimal install of the game was performed to save on hard drive space of the machine that it was installed onto, the game might ask for these disks to load additional data during gameplay - however, I've never played a game that would require two separate disks during play. Would somebody be able to clarify?