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The digital sales are 100% great for the industry over the used game market because the money is going directly to the people whom made the game rather than your used game store. Also with there being such a minimal demo market this is a good substitute. At this point in my life I don't go throwing away money for 50$+ plus games indiscriminately. But if a game that I was mildly interested in goes on sale for <20$ I'm probably buying it to try it out
Love the podcast great to see Ian is back and feeling somewhat better!!
Castlevania was already pushed up to 8 episodes next season
Love the cast but that intro has got to go. Also... Please don't talk with your mouth full. That's a great way to make a product sound gross and unappealing.
While grading videogames is fairly new I think it can have some validity. While it mostly sounds like Pat & Ian blanket-shit on the entire process Ian's point of grading a sealed game doesn't work since what's inside could be degraded. One would be buying a proverbial Schrodinger's Cat-like game taking a chance what's inside is pristine. If the sealed market was kept separate from the grading system it would likely lend more credibility to the grades themselves.
Just realized I had never changed my name here...
This theme song makes me way too hype for a podcast. Lol
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