What's different between the 3DS and WiiU versions of One Piece: UWR?

#31DTY3Posted 7/10/2014 11:59:42 AM
WiiareVenom posted...
DTY3 posted...
TC you don't get it. It's the same effort, but they save WAY more money by just releasing digital. That's why it's good to at least do that for games they have low confidence in.


They save all that money, yet charge the same, and you don't even get the box and disc<.<

Or do they not charge the same as retail in this case?

Either way, decent game. Like a watered down Kingdom Hearts, with a better version of Batman Arkham series' counter attack system (you can counter bullets and blades, and even sand.


If they charged less for digital games, people would b**** and moan...they do it to be "fair".

Each has their benefits. Physical games have a box and can be sold (though honestly I don't get why people still sell games) and digital games have like 100 times more convenience.
#32MetroidJunkiePosted 7/10/2014 12:05:33 PM
DTY3 posted...


If they charged less for digital games, people would b**** and moan...they do it to be "fair".

Each has their benefits. Physical games have a box and can be sold (though honestly I don't get why people still sell games) and digital games have like 100 times more convenience.


How about at least lowering it enough in price that it overrides the additional cost of storage space to put that game on? Something a lot of people don't understand is that digital copies of games require you to make additional purchases in storage space to put them all in, unless you want to have to just delete each game from your storage space and have to redownload it whenever you want to play it again.
---
If you believe in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and you're not ashamed, put this in your signature.
#33WiiareVenomPosted 7/10/2014 12:08:59 PM
DTY3 posted...
WiiareVenom posted...
DTY3 posted...
TC you don't get it. It's the same effort, but they save WAY more money by just releasing digital. That's why it's good to at least do that for games they have low confidence in.


They save all that money, yet charge the same, and you don't even get the box and disc<.<

Or do they not charge the same as retail in this case?

Either way, decent game. Like a watered down Kingdom Hearts, with a better version of Batman Arkham series' counter attack system (you can counter bullets and blades, and even sand.


If they charged less for digital games, people would b**** and moan...they do it to be "fair".

Each has their benefits. Physical games have a box and can be sold (though honestly I don't get why people still sell games) and digital games have like 100 times more convenience.


But it kind of isn't fair. if a games cost is greatly reduced by not including a disc and case, shouldn't it not cost as much to the consumer, if the consumer doesn't get those "expensive"items?

I agree digital can have its conveniences, but it has some draw backs as well. Not everyone wants to get a bigger drive at the time of their console purchase, some have bad internet. In the case of Nintendo, replacing the console is a hassle, IIRC.

Some people sell the games because they didn't like it. Also, you can't rent digital yet, and not all games have demos.
---
"Its like Megaman and Castlevania had a baby and that baby got hit with a shovel." ~ Maverick_Reznor on Shovel Knight. Pokemon X FC: 5155 3151 4613.