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Update [Fri 5th Nov, 2021 08:15 GMT]: Images of the GTA Trilogy box art have started to surface in Europe. UK online retailer The Game Collection has shared the following image, which shows the box art and the requirement of an internet download:
While it's not exactly big when compared to downloads on other platforms, if you're a physical Nintendo collector, it may not be the best news. A look at the game's official box art for North America has now surfaced online and attached to the front of it is the dreaded label "download required".
@empower As long as it's not just a code, there's no issue with buying used (assuming you still purchase/download it before servers are shut down). That said, Capcom loves their codes, so many of their games are worthless when purchased used.
To be honest: I couldn't be bothered anymore. I am 39. I always collected physical. If you don't wait for a couple of months and if the publisher does not bring out a goty edition on card, it doesn't really mean anything. They want us to go all digital. Day one patches show it. So let's do it. They will regret it some day. I don't illegally download software anymore. Since 1996. But somehow they want it back.
And this is on Nintendo. They are epic clowns. They pulled similar garbage charging a ton for carts with the SNES and N64. That spawned playstation, which didn't require ridiculous cart fees. I was a fool buying so many Switch games that require downloads with a physical version.
@GameOtaku I get that point of view, but i don't see why an extra download would make you just not buy the game, like, that doesn't speak anything about the game itself, i understand, we'd all like everything in one cartridge, but is one download really gonna make you pass up all together? I respect all points of views, I'd just like to know, why is it? Storage?
Well guess might as well get it digitally then. I think mortal kombat 11 was the same though. I bought the mk11 physical and still had like a 25gb download. So either the game wasn't on the physical cartridge or the game was that big it couldn't fit it all on there.
Like best girl Ryoko @GameOtaku said, this was going to be an eventual pick up for me but I'm not interested at all if I can have the entire collection physically. Here's hoping that it's just the multiplayer that requires the download. If Panic Button can fit all of Doom: Eternal (a current gen game) on one cartridge minus the multiplayer, there's no reason RockStar can't do the same with 3 decades old games.
I pretty much assumed this would be the case, but the real question is how much of the game is on cart and how much will we have to download? The ratio of these two percentages will affect whether I bother waiting the extra month for the physical drop or just cut my losses and get it early on the eShop. I can make space pretty easily but this is one I would love a physical cart if it can be less than 10GB of space otherwise.
I just did that with final fantasy x/x-2, got the asian release with games on the cart. Also FF7/8. Hopefully have the same opportunity with this. Otherwise, I'll buy it used (if it's an auto download and not a code) or wait a few years for a deep discount on PC
Being primarily a PS5 player this is nothing, every game I play requires to install first and most have hefty day one patches, I have games that take up uo to 100GB (destiny 2 and red dead) but you all moan at a 14GB download?
@Brommel thank you. I had previously passed on Final Fantasy X/X2 because it required a download, but have just ordered it from PlayAsia thanks to your information ^_ ^ I have a number of Asian territory games for this very reason, but I missed that one somehow.
The article doesn't mention this, but in the case of L.A Noire the discs pulled the same thing on PS4 and Xbox. They still required a download even though the entire game would have easily fit onto the disc. With this in mind, we can see that putting out incomplete physical titles isn't just a restriction caused by the cost of the medium, it's ideological. They want you to own nothing and keep paying forever.
Since the game costs $59,99 I expect a 32GB game cartridge... If the game was $34,99 I expect a game that needs to be partiality downloaded. So for full price I can't imagine they won't put all games on there.
People talk how buying digital downloads is not safe, because you don't actually own your games, but even if you buy physical, so many games require a download to play the complete version of a game, the good version of a game or just play at all, if Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft shut down, you can't download the required updates anymore.
But seriously... call me an old school guy but using a cartridge to play Xenoblade or a round of R-Type is something completely different... at least for me.I can play them directly after opening the box instead of downloading the remaining 50% or so. The cartridges are big enough.
@GameOtaku You know, getting upset about a stupid download is petty.It's like this with Playstation and Xbox as well. It would be too costly to make a cartridge with extra storage when most people these days are going to download it anyway. Just be glad you get the damn case and cartridge, that's all physical is anyway.
@GameOtaku I mean since the PS4/Xbox One all the disc does is a key check like early 2000 cd rom games on PC. There have been a lot of games that when you get the disc version either you have to download the rest of the content or critial patches. So unless you have modded systems to pull that as well the idea of having everything complete in this day and age is getting ridiculous. The only benefit to having Switch carts is sharing and not eating all the space up on the SD card.
There are a few exceptions to this. DOOM now if I didn't own it on PC and wanted to get it Physical then that is the correct way in doing it. Have the SP on the cartridge but have the Multiplayer portion as the download.
The fact that it's 25 gb means I need a physical copy. If the physical version requires a download, then I probably won't buy the game at all. I don't want to buy a new microSD card just for this one (old) game.
Yeah, and I own old computers and retro hardware that have aging and dying components in it. Those go and it doesn't matter if I have the cart/disc (Hell even CDs are at risk of disc rot in general). There is more to it than just having the cart. You have to ARCHIVE that data to work down the line. Even owning the physical media now doesn't matter if publishers have chunks of data download only. Yeah I have a copy of a game, but either important data held back for release or content down the line is lost when those servers go (Hi Kingdom Hearts 3). We are in a era now where owning the physical media almost doesn't matter because how reliant everything is on pulling data from a server. Since you mentiones the Wii guess what else you can't do, parch your physical copy of Skyward Sword if you lost that data. Which that whole setup felt like a response to the Other M issue of mailing your SD card to Nintendo so they can patch it.
Even so, the Wii Service shut down and the games only on it are gone. Do you know how many PC games are out there on disc that just won't work because the OS's are too new? Emulation is how we preserve games. Not just clutching onto a cart, and even so it's very easy to dump a downloaded game.
Other than that the physical version is still better than a download. I can take the cart with me to play (and show the game around) on other consoles. That's what I do with many games, like playing Pikmin 3 Deluxe alone at home, but then taking it to a friend for a co-op playthrough. Updates are no problem as they're free. If I had those games digital I couldn't share, borrow, or sell them. They would be locked to my console.
Your protesting isn't gonna solve anything... I'm not saying you have to buy the game, but if the extra download is the only reason you're not getting it... I'll be honest, that's kinda pathetic. We need to look on the bright side, in that the game is ACTUALLY running on the system, and not some stupid stream that can only let you play online.
@Bermanator Physical releases are never going to go away. Physical future proofs our games my nes, snes, Genesis and Gameboy lines still work after all. If they are going to force partial downloads then it should be digital only.
@Ocaz Breath of the Wild, thankfully, will be playable forever on your switch cartridge (There is no additional download required for that game). The DLC, however, if it is deleted from your console, will likely be lost to time.
The games industry is being very bad with regards to this practise, they don't even have the respect to tell people the extent of the download required, they just lie about it actually being a physical release. 041b061a72