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Discussion in 'Computers, Electronics, IT & Gaming' started by odibrom, Aug 1, 2020.
Shit I can internet today.
I bounce around with the games I play
That may be true, but let's be honest: Does said person really play EVERY GAME installed on the hard drive? Not likely. Does having to re-download a game once after 6 to 12 months really make that much of difference?
Sure, but do you really play ALL of them on regular rotation?
Enough of them to justify having them downloaded.
I can understand it justifying the ones you play, but keeping the ones you either don't play or haven't played in 6+ months downloaded seems wasteful. Though you could argue, deleting games and redownloading is wasteful as well. So, wasteful either way?
I don't know man... I don't wanna argue about it. I know people do both. I'm on the side of deleting the stuff you haven't touched in a while. Makes total sense if you're keeping the game downloaded to keep your gamesave around on PS, since cloud saves are locked behind a paywall with Sony.
I get what you are saying, but if I have the HD space...that I specifically bought for games, why wouldn't I use it? Not trying to argue either
Plus I take my PS4 to my friends house a lot and I never know what he wants to play so it's nice having 50+ games available