Amazing: The environmental impact of video games

A lot of us tend to focus on picking products that are produced in a way that is best for the environment. The people at Big Fish wanted to know how much would the world save if every video game was downloaded instead of purchased with the packaging.

The statistics are surprising on how much of an impact purchasing video games really has on the environment.

In the future would you like to have the option to buy or download a movie or video game?

I’m looking forward to your thoughts in the comments.

environmental impact of video games

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  • Stephanie – Green at Home Mom

    I like this. We haven’t bought any new video games for a long time. Every video game we own is used, sometimes very used. We own an Atari 2600 (which recently quit and I need to fix), and were recently given an Xbox as a handmedown. It’s still a lot of plastic, and a problem in the long run, but better than new. My sister gave us the Xbox, and we have an agreement to share all games. So far, it’s all us borrowing her games, because we still haven’t bought any new ones.

    That said, I’d love more games to simply be downloads or online. It makes a lot of sense.

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