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I understand the idea of wanting to stay with physical, and I'll occasionally still pick up a physical copy of a Switch game here and there, but 99.999% of the time, I'm getting a digital download, whether it's through Steam, the Nintendo online store, or whatever digital store it's on.
I'm still old school enough to want to answer this way, but the only thing holding me back is Nintendo's user-unfriendly setup for families with multiple Switches. Until there is some fix or compromise to that system, physical wins for me.
First reason is I guess I am old school and prefer to have physical copies of games. The collector side of me loves to see and display them.
Second reason would be resell value. My side hustle/second job is reselling items, and video games are my number one thing. Crazy value for some stuff.
With my 1gb unlimited internet, there’s no issue installing/uninstalling and keeping everything organized digitally. This was a hard decision cause I do like having the discs and being able to resell when I’m done, especially for a cool dollar at GameStop!
I’m old school - I like having the physical copies.
1) Resale value (an ironic argument as I’d never sell most of them).
2) Wait long enough and you can get great deals on used games.
3) Nothing beats having a tangible collection to look at and show off to friends.
I go digital now. Part of the reason is I have an Xbox Series S so I don't have a choice. Now with Switch I go physical but its kinda annoying. You do save space on your Switch but the cartridges are so small I have lost some before (lost Mario Golf for about 4 months). Switch Games hold value also.