TiIf that's a video game, no.
Wish I had time, or...a game system that wasn't antiquated.
.@Odin13, Install MakeMKV, register with this code:
This will let you rip the DVD to mkv file format. The program is fairly straightforward.
Then Install Handbrake, open the mkv file with it, change the preset to Super HQ 480p30 Surround, click browse at bottom right of screen and name the file whatever.mp4. Then click the green Start Encode button.
Now you have an mp4 file that you can upload to YouTube. If the footage is interlaced we may need to add another step or two.