Microsoft might want it, but the publishers would have to allow it, and i cannot see them letting digital, no wear goods, being re sold
There would have to be some kind of built in obsolescence or devaluation, and the price would probably not be much less that retail. The article I read said that various tiers of content would be available for different prices. Perhaps a full retail digital
copy would be able to be sold once, but not again after that etc.
Please explain how the devs/publishers could stop it. Not being an a**, I just don't see the difference between physical media and digital when it comes to consumer rights. I purchased the game or rights to use that game, do I then not have the right to
re-sale that game or the rights to it to someone else just as physical media. I'm not claiming the intellectual property behind the development is mine so I see no difference in selling a digital copy of something or a physical copy in terms of usage.
Well, Draw, that all depends on the terms of the license agreement you make with the publisher. A digital license is just that. A physical copy of the game still only grants you use of it according to that license, but it can be sold according to U.S. law.
To my knowledge digital licenses are not regulated by any such law.