The writer at Rev-Level.com says "I own a few hundred video games on various forms of disc or cartridge. I have a great collection, spanning over 20 different consoles. Most games are in good to great condition and some, that are over a decade old, are still in their original factory seal. This seemingly boastful introduction is actually there to accentuate a point. I, like many others, still want hard copies of the games I buy. There are obvious reasons for consumer benefit of physical games. The fact that most console games hold an intrinsic resale value helps make the pricey digital version of the same game seem daft. Lots of us still get a small buzz when buying new games. To me, that feeling is lessened when I download stuff to play. It almost pains me to say this, as times moving on, I feel my stance against digital games may be weakening."