Logan Greiner writes:
"With introduction of internet enabled consoles there has come with it digital distribution. This means for delivering games to consumers is rapidly increasing and has many advantages. There will never be a shortage of a certain game upon its release, there will be no money lost to the developers by means of used games, and you can buy games on the fly without a trip to the store. But a rather big part of digital distribution is that there will be no need for physical copies of games. As avid game collector this concerns me greatly. I love hunting for games, scouring eBay for deals and most of all adding a newly found game to my shelf. But what will I collect if there is no box, manual or even game disc?"