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Topic: Question of the Day II: #511: What 2014 release are you looking most forward too?

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ultraraichu

Yes, already making the transition myself somewhat. Part of being a gamer is knowing how to adjust to new things. If not you'll be stuck at the same stage.

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GuSolarFlare

yes I'd keep playing but I'd miss the boxes and manuals, the clicking sound when you put a game in the enthusiasm to get home to open the box and start playing after looking at the box art and the art in the manuals too. I'd miss that new game routine that I love and make the game feel even more special.....
but it'd be great to have all my games anywhere, anytime with an internal Flash memory instead of getting new SD cards to see if all the games fit in...

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As to answer your next question, my answer is similar to yours and I will keep on playing my old systems. Not looking forward to the all digital future.

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Splat

I actually prefer digital so yes.

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Link-Hero

I've already fully embraced digital only games as I prefer it over physical. So yes, I'll still play video games.

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8BitSamurai

I would go to retro gaming. Not wholeheatedly against digital, but gaming would be dead in my eyes if gamers no longer had copies of games to last for the ages, and not as long as servers stay up.

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TheKingOfTown

I prefer digital, so yup.

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Nemaides

8BitSamurai wrote:

I would go to retro gaming. Not wholeheatedly against digital, but gaming would be dead in my eyes if gamers no longer had copies of games to last for the ages, and not as long as servers stay up.

This. Plus I not only play video games, but collect them. No point in having a digital collection.

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Splat

I never felt much of a need to show off my collection of games to other people so a digital collection is fine by me.

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Relias

No.. that is just stupid

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Happy_Mask

Yes, but not nearly as much, and mostly retro games. :3

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I-U

I would play older games from previous generations and would buy much less of newer games. I prefer physical copies. I just feel like I'm getting less for the same price if I were to take the digital option.

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GuSolarFlare

@EveryoneThatDislikesDigital it's because digital downloads don't have the magic of a new game: you download ,you play, it's over. nothing in betwen no unboxing, no anxious wait to play it(unless your internet sucks) you don't "feel it" until you start playing..... that's why physical games are the best(and look great to expose in a shelf!)

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Bulbousaur

Yes, but the longer boxes and physical media are around the better. I would probably buy less games if they become completely digital though.

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