Digital games used to be widely and mostly played by large amount of people around the world before the introduction of physical games. I actually used to love digital games due to graphics, story line and no stress since all you need is to control the game pad. I played a lot of mission games, fighting games and football games though the use of game pad which is termed digital games.
The advancement in technology and new modified game codes has led to the production of physical games which has led to more people playing games. I actually love physical games because it makes you feel like you are part of the game. You will actually feel the game when playing physical games compared to digital games.
The major reason I prefer playing physical game is because it serves as a means of exercise for the body system unlike digital games where you are only exercising your fingers. Physical games will always involved more than one part of your body system depending on the type of game you play. A good example is car race, you tend to exercise your hand, arm and legs while having fun playing your game and also you feel like you are truly the one driving the car. The same phenomenon is also experienced when you play fighting games or actions games.. You tend to feel some vibration when you get hit by your opponent.
The only advantage digital game can have over physical game is that you can play all games genres (action, fighting, football, etc) at one sitting with the use of your pad unlike physical games which you have to keep switching your positions to play different games and this is why most people can't afford to have physical games in their houses.
In conclusion, I prefer physical games to digital games because the body is more fully involved when playing such that you tend to move some part of the body which serve as a means of exercise while enjoying yourself by playing games.
Thanks for reading and I hope this helps.
I'm kind of torn on this one. On the one hand, I like the instant access of digital distribution. But on the other hand, there's something to be said about cracking open a case, pulling out a cartridge or disc and putting it into your console or PC. It might be partly nostalgia, or preservationism, or something else. I don't know.