I only buy a select few games at regular price anyway. I wait for sales most of the time and now with how plus works with a huge selection I’m just fine with it. Hell I paid $60 for my SNES games back in the day!
This is why digital only versions of console should be avoided because they will recoup the losses in selling you higher prices games. Retail physical discs can always be found cheaper even at launch by usually $10 atleast.
Cool, it's not like you're locked into the Steam, Epic Game Store or GoG eco system and that you can put those Xbox-1 disc in a PS4 and can play those games on Nintendo or some shit. Oh wait, YOU CAN'T! The console itself is a form of DRM regardless of what
Oh so you're saying that on PC I can choose from multiple competing storefronts that constantly run sales or grab a CD key for dirt cheap from dozens of websites? And that GOG is completely DRM free? Yeah, PC is just like PlayStation, Nintendo or Xbox.
1. Biggest launch title (Spider-Man) is also coming to PS4 (talk about believing in generations right SONY?).
2. FFXVI and Demons Soul’s coming to PC.
3. Launch lineup is laughably horrible.
4. Games are $69.99
5. Show a teaser for GOW showing only the games title and stating is releasing in 2021 when most of us know it will be a 2022 title.
6. Oh and Horizon 2 is also releasing on PS4.
I'd still buy the digital version. You can buy digital copies online for decent prices. Besides it also makes you be more selective. Publishers will loose out overall as people will but fewer titles, do it and less frequently.
Mmno I don’t think I will. Really torn right now between getting series s (I’m eventually gonna have to get one for Halo) or ps5 DE at launch. But this pricing situation for the games is not ideal. Why are people acting like they can get the games cheaper on disc? Do you mean if you wait till there are used copies or something?