Going Digital Is Great

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3 years ago#1
I have never had my system lost or stolen.

I take care of my stuff.

It's convenient for when I get lots of Street Passes at the mall or on campus.

Fire Emblem is great as a digital title because I can check on the barracks without swapping out a game.

I can play Mario Kart 7 anytime.

I can play multiple multiplayer games when I have a buddy with the same game.

Physical cartridges suck.

You have to buy cases to hold your games.

I've seen people drop their games on the floor.

They are small and can be hard to keep track of (never had any lost or stolen though).
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3 years ago#2
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3 years ago#3
Whatever dude.

I can't wait. Someday you will get mugged and have your 3DS stolen only for you to come to this forum and cry about it because you went digital.
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3 years ago#4
My girlfriend just got NSMB2 for $15, remind me again how much the digital version costs?
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3 years ago#5
Good luck on waiting for price drops.

I believe both digital and hard copies have their pros and cons.
I preffer purchasing used games. At a way lower price. But that's just an opinion.
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3 years ago#6
We are getting closer and closer to a digital future. Physical media will be obsolete or almost obsolete next generation.
3 years ago#7

Physical games go on sale often

Can be loaned to friends or sold

Can be played on multiple systems without transferring

Collectors like to display their games
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3 years ago#8
TullyBlanchard posted...
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3 years ago#9
Digital is great, but Nintendo has an absolutely horrible system for it. Don't ignore those flaws.
3 years ago#10
MrFwibbles posted...
My girlfriend just got NSMB2 for $15, remind me again how much the digital version costs?

$39.99- over priced along with all the other games with the exception of recently released retail games
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