Arguably one of the best features of Nintendo’s latest home console is their forum-like communities in the Miiverse. The only problem thus far, is that it has been chained to the console, only allowing you to look and post from the system itself. Nintendo has remedied this today by releasing the beta version of a web-based access point for their social service.
After quite a delay, PlayStation finally offered up a demo version of their upcoming Vita title Soul Sacrifice this Wednesday. Stretching the boundaries of what you might call a demo, this content contains a huge chunk of the game to both whet your appetite and get you properly familiar with its mechanics before their April 30th release date. The only question at this point is whether this game was worth the long wait, or if Sony sacrificed too much time getting it into the hands of game-hungry Vita owners.
As more and more games are being released digitally on day one, we’re quickly approaching a day when physical media will become a thing of the past. During this transitionary period where both methods of containing media are available, it’s natural for people to hold discussions about their preferred method of buying games. Even more natural is for this discussion to quickly become heated as a person’s passionate opinion about their side of the argument boils up inside them. With that in mind, I’d like to take a second, cool things down and put together a level-headed pros list for each side of the argument.