FinFangFark: Burr: I used to buy about one new game a month back in day, starting in the early 90's. Around 2000 that number started dropping. Now I either buy used (about 6-12 months after it comes out) and maybe 1 new game a year. It might be that I have changed somewhat, but it just seems like such a hassle anymore, and I grew up with making boot disks, CONFIG.SYS and HIMEM./has a library of at least 200 games over about 5 different systems, most of them are PC.//"collector"You know Nintendo won't go this route, and I think Microsoft was just throwing it out there to see if would stick. But, with that said, if both companies DID do this, you can look at PC gaming to take a huge jump again, especially if people start throwing emulators out there that can crack these discs.And discs? Really? Do flash drives have a lower life expectancy vs discs still?
the opposite of charity is justice: That'll surely recover from the PS3 fiasco and retake the lead in the console wars.
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