PS4 vs. Xbox One pre-order game numbers

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If you have been looking at the PS4 vs. Xbox One pre-order sales then you would have noticed that Sony’s next-generation console is not up for a day one pre-order anymore, although you can still get a day one Xbox One at the time of writing.

This news in itself is neither new or revealing considering we don’t know how many units either brand has ready for launch, but VGChartz has gathered a few figures to give us some insight into the PS4 vs. Xbox One pre-order game numbers.

The Xbox One and PS4 game sales so far have been tracked and VGChartz deliver an interesting look at how well each launch game is doing for both machines. It is worth pointing out that these figures cannot be trusted 100%, although you will find them a nice indication of what should be expected at launch.

Something we should also point out is that the VGChartz numbers are for United States, which is normally Xbox One territory, so this might be a sad day for Xbox One supporters when you take into account the pre-order game figures and fact that Xbox One is still available to pre-order for a day one delivery.

See more details on these pre-order figures on vgchartz.com, or look at the image below.

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  • deeboy17

    Not a good way to track preorders considering a lot of people will be buying digital over physical for the Xbox one because of the digital perks that come with those purchases.

    • buddynugget

      Everyone I know is going almost entirely all digital. I myself haven’t preordered anything.

    • LupineMP3j

      How do you know that? Physical games still have their advantages; I haven’t yet heard that too many people are completely dropping physical games. PS4 also has digital games too.

      • deeboy17

        I know but their features aren’t really represented in a way that makes it beneficial. What I mean is that the Xbox is talked about as and or will have multiple sharing options and possible trade in benefits online in the future. Some are possibilities some currently exist. Microsoft hasn’t been exactly forthcoming with their plans but what they have hinted too. Makes me and a lot of other people wait to buy digital upon release.

        • LupineMP3j

          That’s cool. :) yeah, it’s interesting to see where digital games are going. Microsoft had some great ideas, but they were executed all wrong. WAY wrong. Maybe now that they’re getting it we’ll see what could have been. :)

        • deeboy17

          Yeah. Hopefully it will be sooner than later. Seriously I hate waiting in line for games I preorder and its good to know that digital games will come with preorder bonuses for up to two weeks after release. Saves’ gas and time imo.

        • LupineMP3j

          I like doing that! Well… no, I dislike waiting in line, but there’s something about a midnight release (as during the day there typically isn’t such a line) that makes a game feel really special.

        • deeboy17

          What makes a game feel special to me is when i first load it up. I hate having to wait to play it.

        • LupineMP3j

          *shrugs* If you’re talking about lines, you have to wait anyway. If it’s a midnight release, you have to wait until midnight. If not, you have to wait until you can get to the store to buy it (at which point there probably will not be a line anyway) or until you have free time at your console to download it–on launch day. There really isn’t a way to get out of waiting to play a new game.

          If you’re talking about load times, well you still have to wait to get the game, but thankfully both consoles are making the download waits far more reasonable.

        • deeboy17

          Got the console being delivered to me on launch day. Then I’m getting three games digitally the same day. The only wait right now is launch day.

        • BFM

          People are stupid to pay full price ($60) for a digital copy of a game. The game costs less to produce so it should cost less to buy. Before I would ever go all digital publishers better drop game prices considerably. And I never want my digital game on a server, it needs to be on my HD so I can access it offline.

        • deeboy17

          Different people have different preferences. Just read that digital games will be around 45 to 55 that’s still cheaper than this Gen disc based games. You also will have the option to download to your hard drive and cloud storage so there’s no real disability. I will be using all three storage options once made available. With digital you can transport your games without carrying disc. This lessons the chance of the disc being misplaced or damaged. There are many more perks to owning digital coming in the near future.

        • The Truth

          Microsoft marketed its idea wrong, and it seems like many people feel the PS4 won’t have digital downloads. How would that be if I already buy games digitally on PS3? Funny right? Also, don’t you think Sony’s purchase of Gakai, Japanese Cloud giant was also evidence that they are right there with Microsoft? Pay attention kiddies, this will be a good console war.

        • deeboy17

          First off. I’m not getting paid by Microsoft or Sony so caring about a console war is senseless. The only reason I responded to this article is because it’s not accurately researched. It doesn’t mean all of a something Microsoft will be surpassing Sony with digital preorders. It just means that this data was researched using physical media only instead of gauging what some consumers are thinking. They will both be both be great gaming platforms. Those who concentrate only on which console is better will miss out on great gaming opportunities.

      • Dexter Rivens

        Name one advantage ….trading is not an advantage but just proves MANY buyers are having remorse or make bad decisions buying crap. Not you but those who complain about not being able to trade games back for money confuse me. What other stores do you buy products and consider being about to return it for largely less than what you paid a benefit?

        Stop buying bad games and those companies will stop mass production of crap. EB games/GameStop has everything thinking you need to play all the games. M$ or Sony…hopefully both will have a digital rental system in place 2014 so you can play the game before buying. Thanks to all the DRM uninformed complainers Xbox One lost this feature with family sharing.

        What’s are the benefits of a disc?

        They get broken, scratched, stolen, copied, resold without paying Devs…are we that selfish. It’s worse than music now but that mostly DRM. What’s the issue?

        • Hernandez Jonathan

          Sony has already stated that you can try every game b4 you buy to see if you like it on their system

        • Robert Doty

          It provides ownership. I will NEVER buy a game digitally, unless it is a severely discounted game. I mean, if you’re one of the people that are lazy and can’t take care of a tiny Bluray, that’s on you, but I personally think people who have their entire game catalog digital are absolutely insane.

          P.S. It’s not selfish to resell things you own. It’s YOURS. If the developer cantv make a game people want new, that’s their fault. You don’t see Chevy bitching about their cars being sold used do you? Only they are “losing” 20-40k, and these greedy ass developers are “losing” at most 60. You’re that dude they like. They can charge you the same price for less cost, they can tell you and convince you that it’s evil to sell the used game and they get nothing. You my friend, are las ovejas.

        • Dexter Rivens

          Buying a disc is not ownership. Buying digital or disc is only buying a type of license to use their media under their circumstances

        • LupineMP3j

          Buying a disc IS ownership. You have a copy of the game in your hand that you can do what you like with, provided it’s legal. This is the case with ANY physical product in the world. With a digital game, they have the control over what you do with it. They permit you to do certain things in certain circumstances, but the game’s not yours. Should the servers go down, should something happen to make the game eventually become unavailable digitally (remember, they have the control so they CAN do that), you still own the disc and can play the game.

          It’s like using Spotify for music instead of buying it on iTunes or Amazon or as a CD and owning the files. They’re not your files. You get to listen to them on Spotify’s terms, but only within those boundaries. Spotify has an awesome trade-off, however, in that you get access to their entire, extremely extensive library of music. With digital games, you purchase them individually.

        • Dexter Rivens

          Sadly you do own the disc sorry but the content on the disc is licensed for limited use. Check the legal info on your next purchase. All those papers ppl discard and read the full lit on their website. (My day job is with the NFL and also a top 5 Insurance Co in the US).

        • LupineMP3j

          I… don’t care what your day job is, and I don’t really see how it’s relevant to this, but congrats and all that.

          After a quick look at several of my physical copies (which still contain all documentation, including vouchers and purchase receipts) I don’t see anything like that. I’ll acknowledge, however, that ALL content, be it a game, a movie, a computer program, or music, physical and otherwise, comes with a license dictating the terms under which that content can be used. “Licensed for limited use” can mean a HECK of a lot of things and is dependent on the terms listed after that phrase. I would also be surprised if these terms were not at least somewhat different for different content from different publishers, so saying that they’re “licensed for limited use” doesn’t say much. Further, it’s still my copy of the game. I bought it. I can use it how I want to, provided that it does not cross those terms. Those terms do NOT say I cannot sell the game, or trade it, or give it away, or whatever. I didn’t buy a license to use the game. I bought a copy of the game on a medium that I can use on whatever devices accept that medium.

          Digital content is ALSO yours. You buy the files, right? However, the company/companies you got it from have more ability to control what you do with it. THAT’S where these types of conversations come from. The terms of digital content, and in fact the NATURE of digital content, can take a lot of the freedom out of your hands and put it in those of the people you just paid–as we saw out of Microsoft at E3.

          You are clearly passionate not only about digital games, but about what medium the rest of us decide to use for ourselves. I do not share this passion. I prefer physical games, so do many others. That’s why they’re still around. I, and everyone else, will buy what works best for us.

        • Dexter Rivens

          Taking care of discs is no different than me taking care of my internal or external hardrives

        • LupineMP3j

          Wanting to trade is not the result of a bad buy. It just means that you’re done with the game and want to play somethin else. I LOVED Uncharted 3, but I’ve played it 6 times now and while I don’t think I will, I wouldn’t feel bad about trading it for something else.

          So yes, trading can be a good thing.

          Add to that the fact that playing it on your friend’s console Is as easy as bringing it over and popping in a disc and requires no Internet connection. Also add the fact that you can have as large a collection as you want without having to worry about space and uploading/downloading/expanding PS4′s HDD when your collection eventually fills it up.

          Most adult gamers also tend to take great care of their game discs.

          This isn’t to say digital games dot have advantages too. I’m just saying that physical games do.

          Why did my saying so offend you so much? Just because digital games suit you better doesn’t mean they do the same for everyone else.

        • Dexter Rivens

          Wanting to trade is fine, however BUYING a disc and stating there is an added benefit because you can trade it IS not a good buyers decision ImO.
          Digital purchases don’t necessarily require the Internet as many adults including myself have our profiles and games on and external HD which doesn’t restrict me from going to a friends to play. In actually better to have on small pocket sized HD with all my music, games, etc vs grabbing discs, cd’s, mp3/4 players, etc.

          Just pointing out the media has convinced ppl that buying a disc is ownership and that buying to trade as a reason or benefit is IMO from venders manipulating supply n demand.

          Xbox one offers day one digital games w/boy uses for 2 weeks while EB Games wants you to pre-order with bonuses…why not give the same digital in game content if I buy digitally at launch?

          Also trading digital content is safer and more reliable than discs so why not allow us to trade on XYZ companies site vs taking discs to a store. My points are ownership does not exist. Licensing does.
          Can anyone tell me a real benefit to having a disc with the understanding that most ppl who are getting a ps4 or Xbox one have the means to go digital or disc why doesn’t the disc allow optional DRM?

          That’s all I’m saying

        • LupineMP3j

          If I’m not sure I’ll like the game enough to keep it (honestly, you never truly know how you’ll like it until it’s in your system) then the idea that I don’t have to hang onto it and let it sit there in my library unused for the rest of eternity at a full $60 price sounds appealing to me. See, this is one of the benefits of used games. They make gaming, which is a rather expensive hobby, far more accessible and approachable. If there were a way for devs and publishers to work WITH the used game market instead of AGAINST it, and vice versa, I think the gaming industry as a whole would be pretty strong.

          But I digress.

          If you want a digital purchase, you need to connect to the Internet to receive it. I didn’t say you needed to stay connected to the Internet to use it.

          I do not know what “w/boy uses for 2 weeks” means. If you’re talking about pre-order bonuses, I think it’s a fine idea to do that for digital games, but there’s an advantage to pre-orders too. For one, they give you a window to pay. Again, these games are expensive at 60 bucks a pop, and if you’re a college student like me who can’t always find a spare 60 dollars to chuck at a game store within a 2-week time period, you can go to a Gamestop or something months in advance and put some money down on a copy of the game. The pre-order bonuses are available for the months leading up to release day, so I have time to take advantage of them and time to pay for them. Digital pre-orders would be nice. I hope they implement that.

          Trading digital content is… safer? Like… getting mugged on the way to the store or something?

          I don’t see how there could ever be a digital trade program with the concerns about piracy and whatnot rampant, especially among developers and publishers. In the current state of things… not gonna happen. Did you not see Microsoft’s original plan for the Xbox? They want the control over what you do with your games because they DON’T WANT you to go around trading games. That hurts profit. That’s the entire reason the used game debate exists.

          Further, gamers saw back at E3 what companies can do when they have the control of your games. People weren’t too happy with Microsoft’s corporate-centered vision, were they? You seem to be under the illusion that “well, nothing I buy is really mine anyway, so who cares whose it really is?” That’s unfortunate. My physical games that I bought are mine. If I don’t want it or like it, I can sell it to a friend or use it as a coaster (since I can’t return it). I can play it long after they decide to take it off their servers, should they ever do so. I can play it without worrying about Internet connection speeds or downloads (unless it’s an online game, of course) or hard drive space.

          You said a couple posts ago, “Name one advantage [to having a physical copy].” I named three in my reply to that. If you’re going to ask me for something, don’t ignore me when make the effort and give it to you.

        • Dexter Rivens

          So rent it…then buy it like we use to.

          Does your area have a RedBox or GamesFly etc?

        • BigBotz

          On point you made makes no sense at all to me.
          You say “These games are expensive at 60 bucks a pop, and if you’re a college student like me who can’t always find a spare 60 dollars to chuck at a game store within a 2-week time period, you can go to a Gamestop or something months in advance and put some money down on a copy of the game.”
          That makes no sense at all, is it that hard for you to have a little self control and put the money in the bank or in a jar that you have to give Gamestop your money to earn interest on from the time you “Put some money down” to the time you actually get the game! What is wrong with this Country? Is no one is taught how to save money? You are doing yourself a disservice by handing your cash over to Gamestop to “hold” for you, next thing people in this Country will be so bad with money that you will have to put a 20oz Bottle of Coke on Layaway You think Layaway was created to help the consumer? If you do then you’re Nuts, because it just helps you spend money you don’t have yet. Layaway is almost as bad as using your credit card and not paying it all off when the bill comes. No wonder we are ridiculed by every other country in the world. If someone cannot afford a game then you should under no circumstance buy that game! WOW no wonder Gamestop does so well!

        • LupineMP3j

          Don’t pretend you understand my financial situation or the way I do things, and save the grandfather rant. If you have a point to make to me, do so without ranting at me like an old man.

        • BigBotz

          I think the problem with trading or selling used games is that the devs lose out each time someone resells a game and if you didn’t resell your game when you’re done with it then probably 1 out of every 3 people who wait to buy a game used will be buying the game new instead and there would be more money for the devs to R&D and create the next level of games that much faster. But instead some dunce who owns a Gamestop who knows nothing about making games is taking all of the money out of the devs pockets and you are helping. If it wasn’t for used games then the games would hit their sell goals that much faster and the price will drop that much faster and there will be better games made. Also the people who make the crap games and make money because there is no buyers remorse with games since you can turn around and resell it for a chunk of your cash back and the games that would normally never make a penny end up going gold. History is repeating itself with the Atari mess where the game market crashed because the flooding of the market with garbage ended up killing game progress for like 10 years. This time it is because the cheap used game market and we will all suffer in the end if something isn’t done to kill the middleman before the middleman kills the entire gaming industry. It is the same with everything with us in America, we want things cheap and don’t care who we destroy to get it. SUPPORT THE GAME DEVELOPERS and DO NOT BUY USED GAMES! The best thing you can do is buy the games Digitally from Xbox Live and the PS store if they will be doing the same. Please don’t be cheap, support the people who make it possible to even enjoy these games.

        • LupineMP3j

          I agree that used games are a problem, but they are not taking ALL of the money out of dev’s pockets as you say. Believe me, they still make plenty. Now, that does not justify the loss from a used game sale, but you act like they’re going to be poor now, and that’s just not the case.

          That is the key problem with used games, and an important one indeed, but as the industry is slowly learning, they do have their place, and fulfill an important role in the industry. They make gaming (which is an EXPENSIVE hobby) far more accessible to many people; if we lose all the GameStops and whatnot, chances are we lose a lot of gamers with them, now and into the future. Used game stores are also something of a hub for local gaming communities.

          I think the best solution for everyone is for the developers and publishers to find a way to work WITH the used game industry instead of against it, or to do what they can to fulfill that role themselves. The push toward digital games could be something like that; it offers consumers something that used games cannot, without trying to be a parent and out-and-out restrict you from getting them.

    • Dexter Rivens

      I haven’t bought a disc game since 2009 on X360 and don’t plan on getting any discs for Xbox One. Honestly discs on the Xbox One are retarded as who still buys discs for PC games.

      You have to install each one so I just DL very early in the morning and play the games when/before the stores open.

      I think more than less buy digital on Xbox which explains their May reveal. PS store SUCKS and is slow, clunky in comparison so no wonder so few but Sony digital. HELL Sony is just now allowing ppl to buy digital outside their console. Xbox been doing this for years

      • deeboy17

        Exactly. Me too and a lot of my friends also. I wish they would consider bringing back family sharing that feature would have sold the console by itself. I’ve dreamed of a system where you can let friends borrow games without physically handing them a disk. Being able to share digitally eliminates the possibility of disc’s being lost, damaged, and also the same game can be shared across a great distance without ever having to move a disc.

    • The Truth

      Many of PS4 Owners like me will be downloading games via Cloud service, don’t think your digital sales will bring you any closer.

  • Christopher S.

    Watchdogs is the biggest difference in terms of sales as of now, Assassin’s Creed has a big boost as well. All the other games are fairly close, some a bit over 20,000. PS4 is looking to hold the crown with the momentum PS3 has picked up the last 2 or so years.

  • Herve Shango

    yo is this really true about the pre orders or are these predictions for this fall?

  • LupineMP3j

    I seriously expected Titanfall to have more….

    • Dman

      Titanfall isn’t out till approx April next year.. Not really on people’s radar yet.

  • Dexter Rivens

    What’s interesting is Sony suggests they are slings ten of millions more PS4 than Xbox One’s so the numbers about, if true suggest no one is buying PS4 games but instead bundle packaged PS4′s.

    Lets see how many ppl actually buy the consoles and games before we come to conclusions as there are tons who have pre ordered a PS4 to only resale on EBay, ordered just in case they didn’t know which one to choose from or just to pre-order but have no chance of paying. (I managed games stores during the two console releases so that is where my data comes from).

    • Robert Doty

      They’ve never said tens of millions more. They are at 1.1 mil, or so, meanwhile, Xbox is around 750k last I heard. Most people only preorder one or two games, and the preorder rush for games hasn’t happened, since there obviously isn’t going to be a supply issue. These number will be much higher come the end of October.

      • BigBotz

        Where do you get that most people pre order 1-2 games? Most people I know are pre-ordering the bundles for xbox one and not pre-ordering any games since Xbox will have the live store selling the games. Everyone I know hates having disks and mostly buys games online now. I would much rather pay from my couch at home then have to give the money to a store to pay for the overhead when the digital game fee goes to the publisher and the console maker and not stores like Best Buy and Gamestop who make millions off of other peoples work. I still wish both Sony and Microsoft stopped allowing used games so the gaming industry gets more money to come up with better games and do a lot more R&D. Sony held back the industry about 10 years with that decision thinking it would hurt Xbox sales but it just backfired and now will haunt them both.

  • Maverick Saturn

    Killzone is killing it, CoD is going up because of dedicated servers but it appears that BF is still the FPS choice for PS gamers. Driveclub doesnt seem to have hit the mark with gamers, I believe because not enough has been shown to convince and theres a free copy with PSplus. What is most interesting is the gap for Watchdogs and how low on the list overhyped Titanfall is :/

    • David Spruill

      I don’t think it’s low because it’s overhyped… remember that it comes out a lot later.

      • David Spruill

        I’m referring to Titanfall – sorry

  • Bruce Hanson

    you can still pre-order a ps4 on target dot com

  • BFM

    I want a console I can buy games digitally at a reasonable price. I want to pay considerably less than full price for a game that I don’t physically own. I want to be able to access these games like I can for Netflix; on demand, streaming from the system’s HD not the ‘cloud’ regardless if I’m online at the time. I don’t like paywalls, but don’t mind paying for a meaningful service that offers increasing value over time. I respect copyright material, but I want the ability to buy, sell, and trade whatever ‘licenses’ I am given for my games, movies and music. I would like to see a community app that allows consumers the ability to buy, sell, and trade ‘licenses’ right through the console to fellow community members. And I also want this console to feature state-of-the-art graphics with great peripherals. That, if done correctly, would be a great console.

  • WillyFanGirl

    I will just use my new wifi to download the games onto my nintendo 64

  • BigBotz

    I have 2 XB ones pre-ordered and I need 1 more but they are sold out everywhere for the day one editions, but I just saw that MS ramped up it’s manufacturing and is releasing non day one editions that should be delivered by xmas but hopefully sooner (even though 2 of them are for my kids xmas presents and 1 is for me. I will pre-order the 3rd one from the MS store today and just hope it gets here by xmas. I hope I will be able to trade the 3 xbox 360′s to gamestop for enough to get a few games each one, I got rid of my PS3 a while ago and they give like 50 bucks for a perfect PS3 and at the time would have given me $150 store credit for each Xbox 360 but that will most likely drop once the XB one hits. Can’t wait to play Destiny, Titanfall and Spark and my kids are getting COD Ghosts for the 360 and I hear there is a trade in plan Xbox is doing for games that will release on both like COD Ghosts for like 1-20 bucks. (Hope so would be nice not to buy games twice.

  • Benaiah

    Do none of you understand Digital distribution of games? It is Socialism 101. If I only have a game digitally, it WILL NEVER be mine. I can’t trade it, sell it, lend it, nor can I borrow a digital game from my friend.

    Secondly, the idea that I should just suck it up and pay the developer for new games is rediculous. I will pay those people who work hardest for my dollar and that means the company or store who offers the best deal.
    Unless you are a socialist and hate big corporations getting money, you understand this is simple frugality and Capitalism.

    Thirdly, Digital is ALMOST always higher than a physical media which comes with the box, instruction manual and disc. I can keep that disc forever and sell it later. I have a very large collection of games (4,500+) with over 145+ systems as well. Some of my games are worth quite a bit, but that would not be the case if they were digital since they would be worth ZERO.

    A $60 game you buy today, tomorrow, or five years ago is worthless the day you bought and will be worthless from then on and eventually will be un-playable. This however cannot be said for physical media since I can play Halo 1 20 years from now, whereas, my digital games on 360 will most likely be un-playable in three years IF I don’t have them stored on a HDD or my HDD wears out.

    Fourthly, no matter how low Digital sales get, they will never be offered as low as you can get full retail games for. Right now, I can go to Gamestop and get Madden 09 or even Madden 10 for 1.99. Try that out on Digital… NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.

    And lastly, if you understand business at all, once a developer gets their money for a game, WHO says they should get a slice of the pie of a product after it is sold?
    Remember that used game sitting at Gamestop had to be bought brand new once upon a time. It isn’t as if Gamestop is manufacturing boot leg copies and selling them at discounted rates.

    If you were to go all digital, you would force countless thousands out of jobs since all Gamestop employees would lose their jobs, as would some Wal-Mart employees and all small used game stores would also cease to exist. But I suppose as long as it hurts BIG EVIL corporations, destroys jobs, and gives the consumer less rights rather than more, it is GREAT for those banging the drums for all digital content.

    Do none of you understand Digital distribution of games? It is Socialism 101. If I only have a game digitally, it WILL NEVER be mine. I can’t trade it, sell it, lend it, nor can I borrow a digital game from my friend.

    Secondly, the idea that I should just suck it up and pay the developer for new games is rediculous. I will pay those people who work hardest for my dollar and that means the company or store who offers the best deal. Unless you are a socialist and hate big corporations getting money, you understand this is simple frugality and Capitalism.

    Thirdly, Digital is ALMOST always higher than a physical media which comes with the box, instruction manual and disc. I can keep that disc forever and sell it later. I have a very large collection of games (4,500+) with over 145+ systems as well. Some of my games are worth quite a bit, but that would not be the case if they were digital since they would be worth ZERO.

    A $60 game you buy today, tomorrow, or five years ago is worthless the day you bought and will be worthless from then on and eventually will be un-playable. This however cannot be said for physical media since I can play Halo 1 20 years from now, whereas, my digital games on 360 will most likely be un-playable in three years IF I don’t have them stored on a HDD or my HDD wears out.

    Fourthly, no matter how low Digital sales get, they will never be offered as low as you can get full retail games for. Right now, I can go to Gamestop and get Madden 09 or even Madden 10 for 1.99. Try that out on Digital… NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.

    And lastly, if you understand business at all, once a developer gets their money for a game, WHO says they should get a slice of the pie of a product after it is sold? Remember that used game sitting at Gamestop had to be bought brand new once upon a time. It isn’t as if Gamestop is manufacturing boot leg copies and selling them at discounted rates.

    If you were to go all digital, you would force countless thousands out of jobs since all Gamestop employees would lose their jobs, as would some Wal-Mart employees and all small used game stores would also cease to exist. But I suppose as long as it hurts BIG EVIL corporations, destroys jobs, and gives the consumer less rights rather than more, it is GREAT for those banging the drums for all digital content.

    • Gareth Walsh

      K.