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    There's a case for both, but which is actually best?
    Every single Xbox One game on the market can be bought from the comfort of your couch and installed on to your console without the need for a disc. It's a pretty great thing to have at your disposal.
    Equally, you can still buy most of the games available from the big publishers as a physical copy from the retailer of your choice. So we have a good choice of how to get our fix.
    But which is better to buy? There are pros, and there are cons, so lets set out the case for each.


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    07-22-2018 10:10 AM

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