>>1108346>That's a stupid argument.
No, it's not. If I buy something only for them to randomly decide that I don't own it anymore, then why would I ever buy anything from them? >Which is stupid because presumably you pay for electricity, food, water, internet, etc., even though you don't get to keep any of these things.
Except you get what you pay for. When I buy a game, be it physical or digital, then I should be able to buy it with full confidence knowing that I own it. I don't get that feeling with digital games because not only can I not return or resell them, but I can also have them taken away from me, too. >>1108348>You could get your games by purchasing them.
I legitimately cannot get all of my games by buying them from the Play Store. The Japanese version of Monster Hunter Stories has content not found in the other versions, and as this Anon >>1108359
explained, I can't buy it from the Play Store. Both Chaos Rings and Zenonia are missing entries in their respective series on the Play Store. Queen's Crown isn't sold anywhere anymore. >Imagine if you'd done that instead of bumping multiple threads for a quarter of a year.
It doesn't take much effort to leave a tab open on my computer and check it twice a day.>>1108359
Actually, I was under the impression that you were still lurking this thread for On the Sea Plus because this post >>1103925
looked like a drawing of its protagonist.