Physical for many reason. *Can be cheaper sometimes *No need to be connected to the internet to buy or download the games then *No chance of the download being interrupted since no download required *If a game is taken off the digital store (like Too Human) it'll still be possible to find a physical copy of the game *Harddrive space is limited to the games saves and update, not the game as well *Ability to play the game at a friend's house without having to download on to the friend's system *The ability to rent the game *The ability to return the game if i don't happen to like it *Physical games can be sold later on, which you can then used to acquired money to buy another game *No matter how old the game, you will almost always be able to find a physical copy of a game, new or used, opposed to a digital copy of the game *No need to spend time downloading the games if your system breaks down and you get a new one, or transferring the license in the 360's case --- I believe in Jim Gordon...I believe in Harvey Dent...I believe in Gotham City
there have been times when Xbox Live or PSN has been down or my local service provider is down for repairs. How would I download games then?
Wait until the network is back up a few hours or days later. :P --- My theme song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBjQ9tuuTJQ Most people think they are the odd one out but never truly are. I am that one who actually is. :D
Physical of course. Read about too many bad things happening to digital copies of games.
Of course I'm not filthy rich to re-purchase digital copies of games I already had if something goes wrong, like a lot of people here are. --- Intell 8088 @ 7.14Mhz | 640K RAM | TCGA 16 Color graphics | TWO 5.25" 640K Floppy drives | 10MB Hard disk 3DS FC: 0903-4184-6816