Not sure if this has been suggested before, or discussed by Microsoft but here it goes.
Why can't they bring out a new system for digitally downloading games. Where if I don't like a game I could trade it in for Microsoft currency. The main reason most people prefer to have a disc is so they can trade it in when they finish or decide they don't like a game.
So why not create a new system where if you want to trade in a game you have purchased digitally and you decide you no longer want it, they can simply remove it from your purchase history meaning you would have to buy it again to redownload it, even if they only give you a fraction of the price of a regular trade it it would still be a far better system.
I have about 10 games I've bought digitally and most I don't play anymore, seems like wasted money and makes me consider buying discs in future. Also I know a lot of people who have said they would switch from buying discs to digital if a system like this was put into place.
Anyone know if this has been suggested before, or if Microsoft has ever commented on a system like this?