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I have a wii u, a pc, snes, nes, n64, GameCube, ps3, ps2, x360, original xbox, dreamcast, saturn, 3ds, Gba sp, genesis/cd/32x, and game gear. And all those generations with many, many games I have yet to play and enjoy. I'm good for years to come and have no concern and can wait until they realize its a bad idea and fix it.....that is of course if this actually comes to fruition.
Steam, PSN, XBL & Nintendo ID: OmegaBlades 3DS: 1032-1408-2462
One obviously. Only way I actually buy used games is when it's a very old game and you can't find it anymore. But when that happens, Amazon usually still has them for new. And usually around 50% cheaper than the used version.
I pulled the trigger from the shooting stars, I am a motor in your crashing car I am the cherub in the Arab spring, I am the bullet in your magazine
Well first off I never buy used games so this doesn't effect me. I would still get a PS4. Sony's way of blocking used games is better then MS's. They just write something on the disc (like a tag they put on the disc) that links it do your system and you can play offline. MS however you have to enter a cd key and always be connected to the internet to play the game, this kind of DRM sucks even more. I have no problem with the Sony DRM.