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Thread: Digital or physical copies?

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    Physical all the way. Digital looks more like a rip-off.

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    Digital for sure

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    Physical takes up too much room. I prefer to stuff those in a box and use digital.

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    Probably digital. Not a big fan of using up all my storage space, but at least I won't go losing my games ;p

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    always phisical!!

    manual... box... its a tradition!!

    one videogame without box and manual, is not a videogame, is a rom..

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    Digital

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    Physical copies all the way, barring Steam, the nice thing with them is you can download as often as you need or want. With Nintendo however, their digital games are tied to the console and not an account.

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    Hard copies...jus like vinyl nothing beats the classics

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    I like physical copies so I can collect the cases...but digital is more useful, due to the forcibly cluttered living area I have. Makes it hard to keep track of the game carts.

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    Physical my friend. The feeling of opening a game for the first time is priceless.

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    I much prefer digital copies because I move every few years and this allows me to never worry about losing games! I had massive collections of old games that I've had to repurchase because of loss, disc damage, etc. Digital storage has made all those worries disappear.

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    digital

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    Digital is good if you have a fast connection, but the physical is always physical!

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    I prefer physical copies.

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    Still deciding, but mostly been buying phsyicals. I have purchased some digitals though.

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