disc or digital?

#1northleafPosted 4/7/2013 7:41:22 PM
I bought the disc on amazon for about $27 after taxes, but then I saw the psn version is 29.99... I'd prefer the digital if it has faster loading times, etc...and I'll send the game back and get a refund soon as it gets here..

worth keeping the disc instead?
#2djepic112Posted 4/8/2013 1:04:12 AM
Skip both and get the PC version
#3northleaf(Topic Creator)Posted 4/8/2013 11:19:46 AM(edited)
From: djepic112 | #002
Skip both and get the PC version


my pc is an old xp machine with a crap graphics card.. so no
#4ManuMIASPosted 4/8/2013 12:10:08 PM
it depends if you are a die hard fan you should get disc to your collection, if that doesn't bothers you, get the digital since is more comfortable, the only problem its the free space in your ps3 hard drive, but this game is very fun so it will keep you busy for long time.
#5skermacPosted 4/8/2013 2:05:14 PM
I seriously doubt the digital copy is any faster than my disc. I get right into any game very fast. I only buy games on disc, but I did get the digital game Dust 514 and it loads no faster than any game on disc. Digital games are no faster than disc imo and take up too much hdd space. If the PS3 had a terabyte hdd I might get digital games.

Actually they need to take the hdd out of all future gaming systems and use cloud storage online for downloading games. You would never have to worry about hdd failure when you dont have one.
#6ManuMIASPosted 4/8/2013 2:07:49 PM
skermac posted...
I seriously doubt the digital copy is any faster than my disc. I get right into any game very fast. I only buy games on disc, but I did get the digital game Dust 514 and it loads no faster than any game on disc. Digital games are no faster than disc imo and take up too much hdd space. If the PS3 had a terabyte hdd I might get digital games.

Actually they need to take the hdd out of all future gaming systems and use cloud storage online for downloading games. You would never have to worry about hdd failure when you dont have one.


no it would be a bad idea since everything is going to be in the net, and that requires permanent internet, maybe in USA you had the goods for internet all the time but it doesnt work for many countries around the world, the poor ones.
#7SSJ_JinPosted 4/8/2013 2:08:55 PM
Keep the disc, less space and you paid less.
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#8dragon7x2kPosted 4/8/2013 2:35:05 PM
SSJ_Jin posted...
Keep the disc, less space and you paid less.


And if you want you can sell it.
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#9northleaf(Topic Creator)Posted 4/8/2013 2:48:55 PM
space wouldn't be a problem, i've got like 240gb free on a 750gb............. but yea, i'll just keep the disc and spare myself the hassle of sending it back