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    digital all the way, i have small home and lil children, i have no room and they get their grubby mitts all over physical goods and ruin them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyrockz711 View Post
    I like digital copies in that they are faster to get and everything, but I also enjoy physical copies as they often have neat cover art
    thats true

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    Physical. It can be sold again if I need money. Akakakaka

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    I agree with you actually but the only trouble with digital downloading is that it can put people who actually program disks and distribution out of bussiness

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    Digital , cloud storage removes risk of losing disk

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    Downloading digitally is faster and more concrete for me.
    That's positive.

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    Physical for nintendo consoles because getting access again is a pain in the butt.

    Digital is fine for Sony products.

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    both!!!

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    I think, that physical copies will not vanish any time soon. There are enough people out there that prefer them.
    As collectible items or as a present... It's not that much fun to collect downloads in my opinion.

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    now digital long years before retail.

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    Im here

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    I prefer physical, I prefer to physically own it and know that I can never lose it if the business goes out of business.

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    digital.

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    Physical for me because i treat them as collectible items

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    Digital since I end up either losing the said item or scratching it

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