I'm not sure how the rest of you are with physical vs. digital, when it comes to the games you buy, but if you're a sucker for material goods like I am, you might like to know that inFamous: First Light actually did get a physical release -- albeit outside of the US. However, thanks to the PS4 being region-free, this isn't really a problem if you just get the PAL version, so that you can still read everything and whatnot. I think the game goes for around $15 on PSN, right? (Provided you didn't get it for free as a PS+ member, that is.) You can pretty easily import the hard copy via AmazonUK for around $20-25, if you consider the physical product to be worth the extra few bucks. New condition, even, sold by (presumably) a legit retailer, so the profit would still be making its way back to the producers and whatnot, as opposed to a used game sold by Joe Schmoe. Sony/Sucker Punch makes their profit, and you get a hard copy of the game to add to your shelf rather than a digital-only release. That's a win-win if you ask me. Just thought I'd give a heads-up, in case any like-minded gamers here would be interested.