I don't know about you guys but looking at the footage for Six Days in Fallujah chills me in a certain way. If this game doesn't get a physical release I may NEVER play this game. As Gamestop loses its relevance and store shelves are devoid of anything but the top 50 games, yet alone actual used copies of these top 50 games (Waco, Texas has a copy do you want me to call them) in plentiful fashion, means that unless i pre-order (here come the drones about pre-orders) and since all of my friends are almost totally digital buyers i will have to actually spend real money to experience this title. It won't be part of a buy 2 get the 3rd free promotion. Nor will it be $0.99 like i saw metal gear solid V the other day. This game will probably require me to be subscribed to some recurring bank draft pyramid scheme or to plunk down full price in a pre-order or buy it digitally on sale for something that isn't $0. I don't like this. This game probably wont make it to the depleted Best Buy shelves or Walmart shelf. In a perfect world Gamestop would have kept its leverage and you could keep crying about your 2018 copy of Madden not being worth $58 in trade in credit in 2021. I have enough games and acquired enough years in life to never go fully digital. It just pains me to see. I wish gamestop could have leveraged it's stock price and shored up its value by buying the strip malls they reside in outright or buying a game studio or 2. This sucks. I don't expect you to understand. Only 80s and 90s kids do. Well at least the ones without an active Tik Tok account.