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Thread: Digital or physical copies?

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    Physical (for the price of used/older games), but I Do like the convenience of dl versions (I don't consider HD space an issue, since I always install off of physical media anyways)

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    I prefer physical copies....because I like having the box, manuals, etc
    Also sometimes digital copies cost as much as the physical ones

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    I prefer physical copies but I'll settle for digital if necessary.

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    digital all the way but only when on sale...

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    I prefer digital. Much easier to carry around with me, and less chance of me misplacing something.

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    physical the whole life

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    Rather have physical because then you can have a neat library of them on a shelf, but digital is also cool.

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    Digital is very handy, but I still prefer physical media such as CDs and comparable stuff. It looks way better(having a vast collection), special editions for example only make sense to me if they're physical!

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    physical copies because i rather fell the game in my hand than see it on my hdd

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    both of them

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    I buy physical copies, I'm a collector but also just old school like that.

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    Both

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    I think I like both formats. Physical because its a copy you can get your hands on, and digital as a good source of backup.

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    I love having digital copies, specially with 3 little children... so much easier

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    both is always great.

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