say what you want. in my experience with games which i have a good 12 years worth, and for being alive less years than all you i have probably beaten more games than you when you were my age, so i say carts are better but thats my opinion and you are entitled to yours.
give me a disc that doesnt have load time or doesnt get messed up from scratches and i'll make an exception with my opinion
I like how you just assume that you know more than everyone in here and have beaten more games (which, by the way, has what to do with this conversation?) than everyone in here. It's easy to assume things when you don't bother trying to find out any facts. Even still, just because you've played some video games that doesn't make you even remotely qualified to tell people in here they are wrong. Some of us actually do this for a living you know, and have been doing it for longer than you've been alive. :lol:
You asked what happened to cartridges. We told you why they aren't in use anymore and backup up our information with facts about the current technology, but it's pretty clear that you aren't really interested in finding out why but all you care about is telling eveyrone else what you think. This is a discussion forum, and that is not discussion.
-Byshopmore or less what I was going to say. although if 12 years is alot of time, and if it actually mattered that much in this case, then I must be a gaming guru , Ive been playing games for 20 years (at least) , nevermind some of the people here who started gaming on the 2600 or NES. though there is one thing I don't understand, sure , CD scratching is a problem , but unless someone uses the CDs as a frisbee, steps on them , scratches them intentionally etc, discs have a long shelf life. now floppy discs, thats a different story, Ive been hearing some of the older 5 1/4 inch discs are already starting to rot in some cases.