Digital Copy Vs. Store Purchased

Was wondering. Since I purchased multiple digital download games...do I get a voucher to get a hard copy of it from stores? Just realized how bare my new xbox looks with no "tangible" games next to it. I like the look have having that "tower" of games. Is this where I just start buying from Gamestop or does the manufactor acknowledge I purchased the game and can send me a hard copy with all the "coupons, new game release, special offers, and 7 day Xbox Live codes" that come with the hard copies.  Just curious. Cuz.   

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 6 Applies to:

No you do not. But the advantage to having all digital games is the ability to switch between games very fast compared to getting up and putting a new disc in everytime.

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No physical copy with purchase. I have a tower and a shelving system holding all my old X360 games. I would prefer digital over physical because there is no risk of damage or being lost or stolen. The only advantage to physical copies is the resell value. Eventually the price of digital should drop compared to physical making it more attractive to buy. If you are looking to build up a stack of Xbox One titles then start looking for a new tower because the new cases are not standard size.

I rarely sell because I have kids to pass along games to. The value is worth more for me to keep my games than resell to Gamestop.

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I like physical discs.  Then whenever I have games laying around that I've already beaten many times and don't play anymore, I can get a few bucks for them and put the $$ towards a new release.

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Thanks for the pep talks. Anyone think the online pricing for download content will be comparable to buying a used game from Gamestop. I mean is the marketplace going to be "competitive" or is Microsoft going to hold to its guns like it does consistently and force us to buy at an inflated price for the companies pensions? Sounds bad, but me Xbox 360 was well over $1200 out of the gate (with adapters, extra controller, games, and warranty)

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