Thos. wrote:A new game, or 6 month old game, or 1 year old game are, in virtually every case, cheaper on disc.
Make digital downloads cheaper, and I'll buy them instead.
AllusiveTurtle wrote:I still don't believe that the library sharing was everything that Microsoft now seem to be saying it was. I struggle to comprehend how they believe that one way of tackling the second hand market or piracy was to enable one person to buy a game and then 10 others to play it for free, and when you then consider that then the physical disc could only be sold on once, the who thing seems too ridiculous to comprehend. In theory, one person could have bought the disc, digitally lent it to 10 others who then played it to completion, before 'selling' it to another person who did exactly the same meaning that the developer and publisher got paid once and 22 people got to play it! No, there is no way that Digital Sharing is what Microsoft are suggesting it was and to hear them now speaking about it is like hearing how a fisherman put back the biggest fish ever caught without having photographed or weighed it, and without a single witness, only to then attempt to claim the world title. No one would believe the fisherman, and I am surprised if many really believe Microsoft.
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brendanb69 wrote:don't care about digital downloads, they take ages to download and you don't get a booklet or anything with it,i love buying disks and I hope to god that disks will be around for a long time to come, if disks go away and everything is download then you are restricting sooooo many people who don't have internet and they wont be able to play new games, is that the future we really want, were we punish people for not having internet.
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