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    I like the Steam setup- access to all your games, across multiple systems. Any other digital distribution and I usually try to steer clear.

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    digital, 'cause i have no money and space

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    Digital, I mostly buy my games off steam atm.

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    I used to like physical copies. But when I bought my new laptop, it had no disk tray.

    So now I'm on the digital bandwagon. Only problem is with EA/Origin, because all the Sims games I downloaded showed up for like a week, and then disappeared from my client. >.< And apparently there's no record of them having been bought in their servers or whatever.

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    My preference would be...both. I like to have a digital copy for fast/quick access, and then a physical backup in case terrible things occur.

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    Physical. I own a few digital titles, but I prefer tangible media.

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    digi is ok until they start hexing, coding, password and binary code lock and secerity procalls and produres. thats me tho..

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    ill take physical copies any day, easier to sell to gamestop or a friend

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    Physical copies are way better

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    I used to like physical copies more, but now I find digital copies more convenient.

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    Physical for me. I like the idea of having it to look at, care for etc. I agree though that it will be obsolete soon. Cost management will win out

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    Steam is da future.

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    physical unless cheaper on sale digital

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    Digital is better

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    physical copies by far

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