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Some backstory then: about a month ago, this exchange took place at GDC involving Mark Rein of Epic Games:
He was also pretty sure that PC games had to stay on the shelves at retail, rather than using all that fancy internet delivery magic.
PC Gamerâ€™s Tim Edwards: â€œDoes the PC even need retail, I mean-â€
Mark Rein. â€œYES! Yes.â€
Later an anonymous man in the audience started screaming at Rein, shouting â€œHavenâ€™t you heard of the Internet!?â€
I should point out I don’t have anything against this decision, or indeed Rein’s comments. I just think it’s quite amusing how stuff turns out, isn’t it?