Originally Posted by jcp42877
Personally, I've never understood the argument on physical over digital copies of games...
Many people argue that it's because "when the world of gaming goes all digital in yadda yadda years, I want to be able to pop in my game and play it, and not rely on some server to let me play what I spent MY money on!"
Bullshit. Everyone just wants a physical disc for "security" in case they DO ultimately get tired of it, and want to sell it off somewhere to make back a portion of what they originally paid. I know I'm not the only one thinking this either..
And TO that stated argument above: it's not like some major epidemic is going to happen that deletes all your downloaded games of your console. I'm sure in 20 yrs when whatever is out, you can boot up your old 360 or PS3, if it's still working respectively, and still play whatever full game download is on your harddrive.
Can you trade in digital copies? no (thus, worth less then physical)
you cannot share them with friends
it wastes space on HDD
they are also tied to your account.
I just bought ghost recon at best buy for $20, if it was digital I would have been out $20 but I can trade it back in ( for $20 surprisingly)