Chris Hoffman is Editor in Chief of How-To Geek. Rhys, thanks for trying to answer as many of the questions here as possible. I don't mind digital games if they're small size. Your brother has his own. No, they had to because otherwise there would be nothing stopping you from fully installing the game to your hard drive and then giving the disc to all of your friends that fully install the game to their Xbox One's and so on and so forth. Playstation Now is basically like the Netflix that allows you to choose any game from the Playstation Now library with a good internet connection. And that's why I on both sides.
I will always choose physical media over download any day. Games especially on consoles are more expensive than ever. Wild speculation on my part just curious if that would even be possible. You can see this below: yssf Hi, I have been using this method for many months now without any problem. Also, since I am basically renting the game license instead of physically owning it, I give up customer rights and want some benefit in return, like a reduced price, dlc, etc. This will all depend on how big your game was.
Forcing everyone to install means everyone has the same read speeds, which allows developers to create only a single version of the game for any platform without having to take into account the potential for multiple formats. Head on over to their official site and sign up. None of them let you install a game from a disc without requiring the disc to play. For complete and detailed rule descriptions,. I only wish they would let people keep the updates downloaded, after removing the disk install, or be able to backup just the updates for games we have on disc. The save will not be able to transfer over.
Sony also offers a free trial period for new users who have still not availed the service. If the digital title is adequately priced I have no problem in choosing that option. Your should have this program already as it not only speeds up your downloads, but it lets you download from YouTube and other streaming sites. You proove to me that physical games are better just for what I did. One can pay rent for individual titles or subscribe to the Playstation Now service to get access to various games. I have the same question but I want to clairfy it a little bit. This week the Develop conference has been taking place in Brighton, and Sony have used the event to announce another bit of positive news about the functionality of the.
But that is still only a few dollars short from buying it digitally, and if I add the shipping costs, it would be basically the same price, but with the added hassle of setting everything up and waiting for it to arrive. I was pissed because my cash money was wasted I knew he wasn't going to start from the beginning. It's a given that selling the game after playing it will lose money. That means load times should be cut significantly once the data transfer is complete. I could download it in the background and even play it on disc, while waiting for it to finish downloading digitally.
First let me see if I understand. You're basically buying the rights to play the game similar to Steam. The only thing i would say is It's not worth the effort. To see what we consider spam, Rules 1-3 apply to comments, all rules apply to posts. According to my ps4's memory list, it is taking up about 35gb of space. You have to install them anyway right so what's the difference? Value may decrease when trading a game in, but swapping with someone is a great thing.
Does not matter what console it's purchase on. Then either person can use those codes and purchase the game you two want. I only wish they would let people keep the updates downloaded, after removing the disk install, or be able to backup just the updates for games we have on disc. Seems like a no go. When i launch the games though it shows no gake saves and i have to start back at square one. Case and point I have valiant heart and the game froze 2 or 3 times in the middle of playing and I had to go back to save point.
Obviously its not a no go because 360 has been doing this since it came out for every game on the system. And it's always fun picking a game out at the store, paying for it, going home and unwrapping the packaging and putting it in your system for the first time. PlayStation 4 games can be huge, and take hours to download. There is only one really good thing about digital which I haven't heard anyone mention, you don't have to change out the disks to play a different game and when your handicap that is actually something to consider. One last thing I do, is that I add the downloads into a schedule on Internet Download Manager so they just download periodically.
And while backwards compatibility might be possible the questionability around it doesn't provide much assurance. Another example, in order to guarantee a physical copy of Shenmue 3, I donated to the kickstarter. My biggest issue is the price is the same. Ok you save taxes, who cares. The point in buying disk is you dont have to wait to download it again after you delete the game, which does not delete your saves for said game. Then traded that game for another. The downside is having to wait for hours per download for every download, so you do not have to wait to find the disc to play it again.
To do so do i just press options on the game tile and click delete? Or is that a feature not available, or thought of, yet? Has happened -You can't sell the game. The minimum is 250gb, and to do that what you mentioned is a different process. Imagine the head ache if your digital disc get corrupted and you have to deal with Sony. I'm a bit of both worlds in a ways. Physical copies are the only way to guarantee this or at least put the control entirely in your own hands. I want to get Destiny digitally so I can preload and play right at midnight but id also like to get a physical copy down the line.