Let me preface this by saying I'm a PS4 player, if other threads didn't make that apparent (although I may look into an Xbox One as I build a 4K entertainment center in the new year). For a long time, I've been more inclined to purchase physical games, I guess due to packaging and the ability to trade games in. I wasn't also under the impression that physical media takes up less hard disc storage, but I'll get to that. But lately, I've found myself purchasing way more games digitally. Most of this is due to sales in the PSN store, but its also nice to have everything in on each spot, and less space taken up (which helps with a 16 month old child roaming the house). But I think a good arguement oven found for mostly going digital going forward came to me while listening to Giant Bombcast earlier, and well, it seem a these days that the entire disc goes onto the hard drive, and the disc is just there to be like keys to a car. Another thing, while it's not quite as easy to expand HDD space for PS4, I hear storage space is a bit easier to manage know Xbox One. So yeah, do you prefer digital for your console games, or is it like music where there's just an appeal to having that's record or CD and all of its (sometimes) glorious packaging?