Everyone knows you can buy Fire Emblem on the eShop, right?

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2 years ago#61
I prefer physical, because I don't have wifi at home (just basic home internet).
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2 years ago#62
We know but ya know physical copies above all else or the next console will be download only >>
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2 years ago#63
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2 years ago#64
If I can find the physical copy, I'll buy it. If it sounds like the physical copy will be a headache (like with FE), I'll just download it.
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2 years ago#65
Found mine at Target! Sold out everywhere else.
2 years ago#66
The moral of the story as far as I'm concerned is that I definitely prefer physical copies, but in no way am I going to wait or pay more for a physical version of the game. I'll drive out of my way to get one, but that's about the end of it.
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2 years ago#67
Mega_Rat posted...
Physical copy master race.

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2 years ago#68
I will never buy digital as long as physical exists (On 3DS, at least) because of how ridiculously expensive they are where I live (New Zealand). $90 (The equivalent of almost 75 USD) for the first party Nintendo games is absolutely obscene.
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2 years ago#69
Imperfect_Dark2 posted...
I will never buy digital as long as physical exists (On 3DS, at least) because of how ridiculously expensive they are where I live (New Zealand). $90 (The equivalent of almost 75 USD) for the first party Nintendo games is absolutely obscene.


I can certainly understand that, that's crazy. In the US it's the same price the stores are charging, and depending on the state you don't have to pay taxes on eshop purchases.
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2 years ago#70
It takes up too much memory space. I have a lot of download games and I'd prefer to keep the 30+ eshop games on the memory where they are.

Like you can download one full retail game and if you want a second then it's switching out SD cards anyways so why not just buy the physical.
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