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Wal-Mart wants greener game developers.


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NOT WANT CARDBOARD BOX!

 

Seriously, was fine for carts, you could use carts for target practice and they'd hold up. Package optical media in a cardboard box? 1 of 2 things to be true here.

 

1: No jewel case, optical disc in a paper sleeve. This works, but how do you store your game after you open the box? I don't want paper sleeves lying around, and I shouldn't be forced to buy a storage solution!

 

2: Jewel case. You might as well stick with the current plastic DVD cases. Cardboard box + jewel case = MORE waste.

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