I found this little article in an issue of 360 I recently bought. The writer pitches in his thoughts towards downloadable games, and who benefits in the long run. When you think about it, if downloadable games do overtake store bought games, it will mean bad things for us consumers. In effect, it will take all the power away from us, and place it in the hands of the publishers, who will decide what we can, and can't do with our games. I can understand it for small developers and games, such as N+ or the upcoming Penny Arcade game. But the thought of full current gen games? Doesn't feel right. I hope more people see this to be true, and steer clear of them when they eventually come around. But what do you guys think? Would it be worth giving up our current freedoms for this? Or should we fight tooth and nail to make sure these games continue to be sold on shelves?