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#22Millertime660Posted 9/8/2013 8:42:16 PM
I thought people hated going digital... but now we are buying all digital?
I will be! The HDD space isnt really an issue for me though.
#23DesperateMonkeyPosted 9/8/2013 8:49:34 PM
Well I plan on getting a few games at launch:
Crimson Dragon BF4 Dead Rising Lego Marvel
Highly doubt it will take more than 60 gigs. --- GT: ZiiX360 PSN: BoxFighter85 PC: i7 930@4Ghz | EX58 UD5 | GTX 460 SLI | 8GB DDR3 | 500GB Spinpoint | Vertex 2 180 SSD | Cooler Master HAF X | VG236H
#24SaintFC_Posted 9/8/2013 11:14:36 PM
If they can charge you for something, they will.
This, if there is some way to squeeze a few more dollars/pounds out of you they will, that's MS for you. --- 'The average age of the UK gamer is now 35' I'm the ghost in the machine, I'm the genius in the gene, I'm the beauty in the beast, I'm the sunset in the east .
#25slowdog76Posted 9/8/2013 11:36:47 PM
i think folks are making too big of an issue with this. most people only play a small number of games at any one time. for example, my time is split between cod, fifa, f1 and splinter cell atm. even if you are one of those that buys and keeps everything, you are not going to need them all installed at once.
but, if your hard drive really did fill up very quickly, the fact that you can play games whilst downloading / installing makes this all a bit moot. simply delete a game install that you arent playing, install / dl game you want to play, wait a minute or two, and away you go. no great hardship --- I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Confucius