One: Whose going to try to go all digital? I might, I mean packaging isn't the same, the manuals are almost non existant, I don't plan on selling games anymore, I tend to regret it. Plus my systems have been know to last 10 years.
Two: Whose right me or my friend? My friend wants to put one of those standard cd towers right next to a heater, it has a cardboard type back but I keep telling him it would damage the carts big time. He keeps saying no, it's not direct heat because the back and sides protect it. Whose right?
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1. Never on a Nintendo system or a console for that matter, I only do it for PC because it's forced and because I only pay like $10 tops on each game thanks to steam sales so I really don't care if something happens to it.
2. No idea, but it's not something I would do since I'm overly cautious with things and wouldn't even want to take the chance.
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No. Especially not with Nintendo where purchases are tied to hardware instead of universal accounts. This was supposed to be remedied with the Wii U and Nintendo Network accounts but its still tied to the system.
Also, physical games drop in price at retail faster than digital drops, at least outside of Steam.
The only digital game I will buy is Animal Crossing.
I refuse to go all digital. Yes, the quality of packaging has changed over the years, but it still is nice to look at your shelf and see games in plain sight and easier to find games than scroll through hundreds them to find the one you want to play. Digital's just not as cool looking nor organized.
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With the 3DS, hell no. Not until they create accounts that are universal. It's 2013, Nintendo should've learned from Xbox Live/ PSN by now
Pretty much this, though for different reasons. On one hand, sales are awesome on physical carts, and are rare for digital purchases. Also my brother and I have one PSN account, but now he has a Vita as well as a PS3, whereas I just have the Vita, and almost never play online. I can buy one digital game, and we can play together using ad hoc mode. Hooray for us!