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I read your post, second-to-last in the now-locked thread that Spurge wrote. I just wanted to say that for the most part I agree with you, and I wish more people with your way of thinking frequented this forum.
Like most posts Spurge writes, this one was especially ridiculous and made little-to-no sense. I learned in January to just ignore him for the most part, because he doesn't seem to be very rational, and when contradictions or similar things are pointed out to him, he ignores them and just keeps on making ridiculous threads that have no point to them, other than to contribute to his post count.
Hey there! Why not stop on by this thread and re-introduce your self to the vgchartz community?
We can even help you with ideas for an avatar!
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Vladdie93 said: A) Actually, that is true. But even then, if the console breaks, I'd then have to re-download every single game again rather than simply be able to put the disk in. B) If I went Digital, I'd have to pay $100 for the same experience. So, yeah, I'm going to save money, thank you. C) It's just me. I could wait, but I like playing the game as quickly as possible. D) I have...
Vladdie93 said: Here's why I typically choose Retail over Digital: A) Physical copies at least offer some form of safety if something breaks. If the game breaks (in 6 or so years) spend the $20 to replace it at that point. If the console breaks, buy a new one. Meanwhile, buying digital means that if the console breaks, you have to buy the new one AND a copy of the game. Yeah, you...
I do not trade my games in. I don't buy used. Once that shrink wrap comes off. I'm keeping it. Forever. I've saved a crap ton of money by going digital. I'm not against getting physical discs, though. But, I don't care about not trading in digital games. If I got it for under 30 dollars to begin with, I've already saved plenty. If I bought it for 60, then I'd understand....