Just gotta be smart enough to not buy an old game that requires the disc in the drive.
I didn't know that games didn't need that anymore, I don't game. With huge internal HDs, and the massive amount of data the newer games probably demand on call, it makes sense that they would store the data on the HD. I used to recommend running with a disc image mounted if the game let it instead of burning up the optical drive.
Oh, they copy the data to your HD …the disc is their DRM. :\
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