Still doesn't make much sense to me.
Apart from niche interests like vinyl records, people have long ago left behind physical copies of movies and music in favor of streaming and digital stores.
Even as a Steam guy, I'm so damn glad something as competent as GamePass finally exists to prevent gaming from being stuck in the past
The industry is changing for the better imho
That's fine though. Just like vinyl records are for a small few (like myself) the same is true for physical games. But I love Game Pass as well as streaming music. I think the industry is growing and improving. I just don't want it to be a one size fits all.
Do you even read what you typed?
Most of you physical copies people here, scream that you can sell your games. So how the hell would you guys play the game again, if you sell it?
Its like dog chasing his tail. Pointing out that you can sell your physical games, while ignoring the need to replay it again.
At least with digital, I can have replay value with it, for a long time.
What part of "If you want to play it again and again.....then keep it" did you not understand? I will never play Guardians of the Galaxy again so I sold the copy I had. Why is this hard?