Will the possible used games restriction on the " Sony PS4" and " Microsoft" XBOX 720" affect you?
With every new Video Game Console generation, There are always rumors of Sony and Microsoft implementing locks/restrictions on used games. This would affect any purchases of used copies from Gamestop/EB Games, eBay and the like. Even trading games with a friend.
Would this hinder you from buying either console? or would you play less games per year?
The price of a new game is very prohibitive for me. So yes it would affect me. I usually buy my games at Gamestop when they have their Buy 2 Get 1 Free sales and then I only get 19.99 and down.
Absolutely. I do not want to have to pay $60 or even $70 for any game that I want to play. I love Microsoft and the Xbox, but if they will not read used games, I will just have to stick with the 360...
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