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    Physical so i can trade them in! 2nd hand shops are the lifeblood of the gaming community.

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    Physical. It's such a delight to have it in your hand (Box, cartridge, manual) and it hits more on the nostalgic aspect for me.

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    Digital is probably more convenient but DRM issues can be a hassle

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    Physical, I want to have the physical disc and goodies :\

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    I have damaged my games in my life. I prefer digital so the original is safe if needed.

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    No way i can go full digital my third world connection dont let me live

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    Digital, I'd lose my fingers if they weren't at the end of my hands. I also like to go back and replay games and it's less frustrating to just redownload instead of go digging through boxes, find someone put it away in the wrong case, and eventually discover your cousin sold it to Gamestop.

    (I'm not bitter about that being a regular occurance, nope.)

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    They each have their advantages. I miss manuals and other box goodies.

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    digitalis cheaper , but i like having the fisical copys

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    I rather go digital realy , it's way more convenient that anything , and with steam it's easy to share his library with his friends to accumulate quickly a lot of game .

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    Digital. No hassle, always available anywhere.

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    I'd rather have physical but I have way too much stuff in my townhome so I have been buying digital lately.

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    Digital------>cheaper

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    Both
    When I had PS obviouslly physical are the best, but now with Steam I prefer digital copies :3

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    Digital and physical digital for the ease of access but physical for the fact that you don't have to go through a separate program just to run it.

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