Hyrule Historia: Digital vs Physical

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  1. elunesgrace
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    elunesgrace GBAtemp Regular

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    Hey guys!

    Anyone bought either of the two versions?

    I initially felt maybe the physical was superior, but now that I think about it perhaps the digital is better. If I can enlarge the images then it might be better to get a digital version, especially since it won't go bad.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. Hells Malice

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    The physical version is much nicer. I hate digital versions of books. Its just not the same at all. There's no satisfaction in owning the thing.
     
  3. Ericthegreat

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    For something like Hyrule Historia with alot of nice art, I would go with the print version. Of course there are other ways of getting the digital version that cost about $0, but if you gonna pay I would gotta say to go with print. Also you can buy the print version as a collectors item and read the digital version. (Something I would do but I am insane.)
     
  4. Bladexdsl

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    nothing beats holding the book and reading it PLUS the digital version won't go up in value over the years :P
     
  5. Kikirini

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    I far prefer the physical copy. Yeah, it's cool to have on the Wii U, but it's hard to browse and read naturally.
     
  6. BenRK

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    Physical copy. I haven't even read through it and I still love my copy. Just this GIANT book that I know is just full of pictures and not much else, threatening to break my book shelf!
     
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    If you can get a good deal with the digital WW and the digital HH I would I know I brought mine for 45$ on the day of release which was amazing