It used to be that whenever you wanted a console or computer game, you'd head to the store to get the cartridge or disk. Then came the option to stream games digitally, such as from services like Steam. This has been an option for PC gamers for years, and now some consoles are starting to come out with the option to get new games digitally. This can be convenient as it saves us a trip to the store. But, what if something happened to your account or the service somehow gets shut down? In his article today, Cyfir (Cyfiremmerich) looks at the downside of having games without a physical copy. Even in this increasingly digital era, there's still very much a place for physical media.