QUOTE(jimjom @ Jun 28 2006, 12:59 PM)
...I feel overall, the price of these digitalies should be lowered greatly and should never cost more than $4-$5 tops. you're not getting a actual physical copy, that alone should cut down on costs enough to pass it on to the consumers.
Totally agree with you there... I might drop $10 for Zuma if I was getting a case, a disc and a full color manual... but there are just some games I can't bring myself to purchase for that price as a download. Sorry but $5-$7 is my limit unless it's something at absolutely MUST HAVE (Like Marble Blast Ultra) but even that was a hard pill to swallow.
QUOTE(Gbeav @ Jun 28 2006, 02:23 PM)
...For consoles until I see a 500 Gig HD and we all have 150 MBps connections I just can't see it. Even now there is talk with my ISP that certain people including gamers is using just way too much bandwidth and they are considering capping people. They have said it is just costing too much for certain users that do nothing all day but download movies, files, play games.
I agree completely. No way in hell we'll download full retail games with only ~14GB of free HDD space on the 360. Not that you'd even want to tie up your console's time downloading a full retail game with the consumer bandwidth speeds what they are.
Also screw any ISP that caps your bandwidth because you actually utilize it to the full extent of what they sold you.