As any true gamer knows, a game doesn’t have to be embedded on a disc for it to be considered good. Just because a game has a cheaper price tag, shorter length, and lower budget does not mean it is a bad game. To cast these types of digital games aside as cheap counterparts to “actual” games is not only pretentious, but also simply idiotic. Games like Journey and Bastion have shown how digital games can easily compete against the bigger studio games out there, often times holding a deeper or more meaningful experience. With the release of Best of Playstation Network Vol. 1, you are able to play Tokyo Jungle, Sound Shapes, Fat Princess, and When Vikings Attack!, four pretty solid digital games that can keep you occupied for countless hours.