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Kohl's has select PS4 Games on sale for $9.99 each listed below. Select free store pickup if stock is available. Otherwise, shipping is free for Kohl's Charge cardholders using promo code OCTMVCFREE or free on $75+ orders for non-cardholders. Thanks JimF1902

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Get Uncharted 4, Little Big Planet 3, infamous second son, or ratchet and clank for PS4 for only 9.99. These prices were matched by my area Best Buy as well if there are none in stock at your local kohl's.

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drake is ps4 incoming. great game! but don't but it at this point.
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You can buy a regular blue replacement case for $1. I don't like those red cases either but I will take disc game over digital everyday. My game collection consists of like 60% disc and 40% digital.
Why disc over digital? Isn't it painful to locate the disc and insert into the console to be able to play? Also load times, aren't they longer?
Just thinking aloud, I don't play but my kids do. And I imagine going all digital would be ideal, if one has available disk space (I've added external hard drive)
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Picked up R&C during the Days of Play for $10 a few months ago. I felt it was way too "predetermined". Haven't picked it back up again.
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You can buy a regular blue replacement case for $1. I don't like those red cases either but I will take disc game over digital everyday. My game collection consists of like 60% disc and 40% digital.
That is like 10% of the cost of the game. Not slick! 😭
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Damn bought them before for $9.99. Price match Best Buy if anybody want these price. Kohl's is on their list of competitors.
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Most of these have been free on ps+ btw
Yeah, Uncharted 4 is the only one that hasn't been a PS+ game.
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Free shipping if you pay with a Kohl's card using code SEPMVCFREE.
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Why disc over digital? Isn't it painful to locate the disc and insert into the console to be able to play? Also load times, aren't they longer?
Just thinking aloud, I don't play but my kids do. And I imagine going all digital would be ideal, if one has available disk space (I've added external hard drive)
Because with physical you can resell or let a friend borrow it. It is also nice to have physical if you plan on holding onto the system for a long time. You will always have your physical library, but it's not as certain with a digital library. Last and minor- I like browsing a physical library more.
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I usually like the disks due to there having been some trade in values at Best Buy and gamestop and also because I have GCU and get 20% off new game titles but as of late, there have been no crazy trade in deals so I will be making the digital transition soon. A lot easier to load up a game
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Why disc over digital? Isn't it painful to locate the disc and insert into the console to be able to play? Also load times, aren't they longer?
Just thinking aloud, I don't play but my kids do. And I imagine going all digital would be ideal, if one has available disk space (I've added external hard drive)
I have almost all digital for the reason you suggested, it's much more convenient and fast to switch games for me (And I can install on another PS when traveling to family). But I am not sure there's an actual advantage in terms of loading times, or even disadvantage in term of disk space. I think nowadays most if not whole of the game is installed on the hard drive anyway, and the disc is mostly there for copyrights protection.
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Why disc over digital? Isn't it painful to locate the disc and insert into the console to be able to play? Also load times, aren't they longer?
Just thinking aloud, I don't play but my kids do. And I imagine going all digital would be ideal, if one has available disk space (I've added external hard drive)
You're not going to see much (if any) load time decrease on current gen hardware between physical and digital releases. Convenience is the primary reason people go digital, they don't want to worry about physical space for collections or switching discs. Game companies want you to go digital because they can sell you the same product without manufacturing or shipping costs and you lose all resellability.

There are still plenty of benefits to physical, chiefly controlling the product as you bought it.

1. Trading and resale. You can't sell a digital copy later. You can't lend it to a friend.

2. Permanence. The Wii eShop is gone; anything you bought digitally through that channel is no longer available. The DSi shop is gone; anything you bought digitally through that channel is no longer available. If a company loses a license like Scott Pilgrim did, the game just disappears in the ether and even if you bought it you can't redownload it.

3. No download necessary. A debatable point with games receiving patches and updates even before they release and installations becoming mandatory, but if you decide to play a game on physical media without an internet connection you can.

4. Harddrive space vs shelf space. HDD space is finite, too, and that becomes the new issue when you switch to digital.
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You're not going to see much (if any) load time decrease on current gen hardware between physical and digital releases. Convenience is the primary reason people go digital, they don't want to worry about physical space for collections or switching discs. Game companies want you to go digital because they can sell you the same product without manufacturing or shipping costs and you lose all resellability.

There are still plenty of benefits to physical, chiefly controlling the product as you bought it.

1. Trading and resale. You can't sell a digital copy later. You can't lend it to a friend.

2. Permanence. The Wii eShop is gone; anything you bought digitally through that channel is no longer available. The DSi shop is gone; anything you bought digitally through that channel is no longer available. If a company loses a license like Scott Pilgrim did, the game just disappears in the ether and even if you bought it you can't redownload it.

3. No download necessary. A debatable point with games receiving patches and updates even before they release and installations becoming mandatory, but if you decide to play a game on physical media without an internet connection you can.

4. Harddrive space vs shelf space. HDD space is finite, too, and that becomes the new issue when you switch to digital.

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Anyone know if best buy will price match if i buy this online
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Anyone know if best buy will price match if i buy this online
I just price matched Uncharted 4 at Best Buy! Also wanted inFamous, but apparently BB doesn't sell it anymore...
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Why disc over digital? Isn't it painful to locate the disc and insert into the console to be able to play? Also load times, aren't they longer?
Just thinking aloud, I don't play but my kids do. And I imagine going all digital would be ideal, if one has available disk space (I've added external hard drive)
Game load times are the same, because the disc install vs digital install is the same (from what I've checked personally). AFAIK the disc only contains some kind of license that proves you own it that the PS4 checks before loading the game. PS3 was actually different where disc games would use less HDD space than their digital version (I've also verified personally). So the disc games would load slower since it was limited by the speed of the Blu-Ray drive.

So disc games really only save you the time to download the game the first time (not including zero day updates and anything after of course).

I always get digital, so to each his own. Main reason is digital can be shared between two consoles. But other reasons also include not having to locate it/misplaced (like you said), being able to swap games quickly, and not wearing out the Blu-Ray laser.

Most obvious downside is digital can't be resold.
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