Retail is Dead: 38 Studios' Curt Schilling Speaks Out on Digital Game Distribution

Not long ago, any PC gamer's space was littered with game boxes and CDs, but times are changing.

Not long ago, any PC gamer's space was littered with game boxes and CDs, but times are changing. Digital distribution is poised to overtake physical retail as the de facto means for gamers to get their goods. 38 Studio's founder and Chairman, Curt Schilling, shared his enthusiasm about the digital age with Ten Ton Hammer in our latest interview:

“With the cost of goods – essential ones like food and gas – continually rising why would I get in the car and drive to the store to buy something for a price higher than what I can order online and receive in the mail within 24 hours?” Schilling asks. “Simple answer is: I won’t, and neither will you.”

Is retail really dead? Read on!

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