Gaming Bayonetta Cartridge or E-shop?

What version are you going for?

  • E-shop

    Votes: 4 25.0%
  • Cartridge normal edition

    Votes: 6 37.5%
  • Cartridge collectors edition

    Votes: 6 37.5%

  • Total voters
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BvanBart

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Hello, I am a little in between of deciding what version of Bayonetta I am going to get.
I do not want the special edition as I have that one on the Wii U already. (First print edition).

So I am stuck in deciding to go for a Cartridge or for the E-shop.
I have a 128GB MicroSD card in my Switch so space is not an issue yet. The thing is I like portability.
And walking to the closet were all the games are is not really convenient. So what version are you going for?

The price is exactly the same for both versions...
 

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Also got the special edition on the Wii U and already played all of them but i would get the collectors edition for collecting ofcourse since it will probably go up in price just like the wii u version did
 

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Cartridge: resellability (is it even a word?), sd space save
Digital: portability if you don't have a case with cartridge slot
 
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Cartridge normal/collector's is the same thing unless you'd import from Japan where you get both game son physical format.
 

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I always buy the physical versions of "big" games, and the e-shop version of indie title.

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bayonetta is pretty big. Last time I checked bayonetta 2 was 18 gb. and bayonetta 1 was 14... Yah I'm going to need a cart. I'm still working with switch's system memory.
 

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its a shame that Japan gets both physical and here in EU/US only the 2nd one physical (what tha fck is this shit... its not logical)
 
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While digital is convenient, I'll still be going physical when I can, so cartridge for me. Don't need to repeat the positives, as it's already been mentioned above. My Switch case has ample storage for at least a dozen cartridges, so portability isn't much of an issue (I don't take my Switch anywhere without its case).
 

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