Anyone else here plans to be all Digital by the middle to end of this gen?

#1zerooo0Posted 10/21/2013 8:13:12 PM
I'm buying my games physical copies right now, but if MS/Developers start putting games out on the store on release then I might consider. Depends on how MS & the Developers do it this gen though.
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#2triple sPosted 10/21/2013 8:19:13 PM
The only way I can see myself being all digital is if the deals are as great as Steams. I have a digital collection of over 300 Steam games and my collection wouldn't be anywhere near that if I didn't take advantage of a bunch of deals. The bright thing about physical for me is that I can sell games that I'm not playing anymore. With digital, if you hate the game you're stuck with it.
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#3HiddenRoarPosted 10/21/2013 8:20:06 PM
Literally Bitcoins

But controlled exclusively by Microsoft and mostly likely deleted once the Xbox Two comes out (or the Entertainment division is scrapped)
#4Foxx3kPosted 10/21/2013 8:24:38 PM
I want to go digital but I hope that digital codes are sold at retail.
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#5triple sPosted 10/21/2013 8:27:06 PM
Another reason why I don't want to go all digital because I'm pretty much going from Xbox 360 to Xbox One and not one game that I bought on the Xbox 360 will be able to be transferred over. Xbox 360 support isn't going to last forever, so even if I kept the console around it's kind of a pain to have it just to play my digital purchases.
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#6Cowboy082288Posted 10/21/2013 8:27:41 PM
I'm going all digital from the start. I already do this on my PC and much prefer it. Who knows, maybe if the console market moves heavily to digital we could see better prices/deals like the steam store.
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#7Hucast9Posted 10/21/2013 8:41:59 PM
I'm going physical, but I like the idea of less space taken up when you go digital. I have a shelf completely filled with Xbox, Gamecube, PS2, PS3, and Xbox 360 games (not to mention NES, SNES, Dreamcast, and PS1 games in my closet) which I would hate to lose if a disaster were to occur or if I had to move to another location permanently and if I couldn't take too much with me. Losing your entire lifetime's collection of physical games is a very real possibility. With digital you just redownload if anything happens as long as the service is still operational.
#8SyphonFilterAddictPosted 10/21/2013 9:03:44 PM
Digital doesn't offer me anything and gives me no incentive to do so. Can't get them any cheaper unless it's some random summer/winter sale. Can't trade them in towards new games.
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#9JohnWall32Posted 10/21/2013 9:03:54 PM
no...the games will take up too much space...example nba 2k14 is 50 gb
#10TheApd_ReturnsPosted 10/21/2013 9:26:58 PM(edited)
I went all-digital with my 3DS and PC, but for some reason, still stick with disks for console.

3DS DD is convenient as a portable device... no need to bring a carrying case or anything like that anymore, just the 3DS and a charger and I have my entire library wherever I go. And a 32GB SD card can hold pretty much every worthwhile 3DS card and then some.

Steam just made it too easy and centralized for PC gaming, and I never liked the way PC game cases looked past the DVD-era. That, and my SSD is large enough to keep all currently-played games installed at once ( I just keep older game saves in case I uninstall something and want to come back to it later).

The only digital games I have on Xbox are Arcade games and Skate 1 + 2, because local gamestop didnt have them anymore and didnt feel like waiting for amazon.
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