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

#21xninjagrrlPosted 10/22/2013 4:35:03 AM
With a 500gb hd , no.
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#22SirLimboPosted 10/22/2013 4:49:14 AM
Digital was too expensive last gen. unless there are sales equivalent to steam sales I'll stick to physical.
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#232NIKNIMPosted 10/22/2013 5:01:26 AM
Sad to say, and I mean very sad as I am a collector but my Vita has become an all digital machine.

That PS+ is just too tempting and it has given me soooo much to play already. Why did Sony do this? XD
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#24regsantotomasPosted 10/22/2013 8:29:41 AM
All digital for me with exception of maybe import titles.

I never resell my games anyway. I am out of shelf space. Digital also offers convenience. It is also likely that if/when digital sharing becomes available, it will only be possible for digital licenses.
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#25khardboredPosted 10/22/2013 8:32:47 AM
I wouldn't mind going nearly all digital. I live in a very small town where high speed internet, DSL, is available but limited to distance to a single box. I know this is typical of DSL but generally there are enough locations to give everyone higher speeds. If I moved closer to the location I could get up to 12MBPS but as of now, I'm stuck at 3 and considering overhead and line quality, it's closer to 2.2.

So until I move or faster speed is offered at my location, naw. It sucks having to drive to my wifes grandmothers house to utilize her high-speed, lol.
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#26Hucast9Posted 10/22/2013 8:36:33 AM
Gamer4e4 posted...
I will NEVER be all or part digital.

If a console launches that is digital only, I will not buy it, regardless of the games or its graphics.

I enjoy building up my games collection, as of today I have 3747 boxed games, ranging from the 1977 Atari 2600 VCS to my Xbox 360 and PS3. I get a lot of enjoyment from collecting my games and seeing them boxed in rows on my shelves in alphabetical order. Digital holds no thrills for me.. A full HD looks no better than an empty one.


3747 games? That's huge. That's probably an entire room full of games. Congrats on your collection.
#27methosagainPosted 10/22/2013 8:42:55 AM
I am all digital now except for the few outliers games not released on PSN or XBL
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#28kingofjamaicaPosted 10/22/2013 8:44:34 AM
My plan is to move home where the internet sucks sometime next year, so I'll be going less digital.

Right now I live in South Dakota, where for some reason the LOW end bandwidth is 30mbps...
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#29khardboredPosted 10/22/2013 8:52:22 AM
kingofjamaica posted...
My plan is to move home where the internet sucks sometime next year, so I'll be going less digital.

Right now I live in South Dakota, where for some reason the LOW end bandwidth is 30mbps...


30MBPS is low to you? Man...
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#30Kryptonite027Posted 10/23/2013 7:09:16 AM
I know a lot of people are saying they wont go digital because of the size of the games this gen, but didn't Microsoft say we can save our purchased games on their servers (The Cloud) instead of our Hard Drive? That's what I thought I might be wrong. I know they said with our digital games we will be able to play our games from any Xbox one using the cloud.