Digital download or disc based? Price is not a factor.

#11kennyynnooPosted 3/3/2014 4:03:50 AM
I won't vote, I buy digital if its open world or if it has no resell value assuming I keep it for a year+. So yes and no, I don't buy sports, SP story based or racing games digital, they have a short play life.
#12FinzFan4lifePosted 3/3/2014 4:30:49 AM
Digital I don't care about box art, I don't lend my games and I will be playing next gen games on the next console that will be all digital, and if we are lucky will beable to play your back log of digital games,

I am starting my transition to all digital from movies to games.
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#13LapanuiPosted 3/3/2014 4:38:28 AM
I picked disc because:

- My download speed is shocking at the moment. We have just ordered fibre optic broadband, should be getting it in April. We are stuck on ADSL at the moment.

- I like a shelf full of games and knowing I can always play them without any worries of server shutdowns.
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#14Massillon_GPosted 3/3/2014 5:27:34 AM
DeadLock25 posted...
evecharmeve posted...
Disc, An download is worthless to anyone but yourself and to you you can only play it.

You can still lend a disc, trade it or sell it and it still has a value even if you don't plan on it.

Xbox Home Console sharing says your first statement is false.

That's the main reason my brother and I are going digital. Love it.
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