I'm not saying anyone is wrong for liking the used game market, I understand it has its perks, and I understand that not everyone is a millionaire who will buy any and every game brand new on release day - I don't do that either. I was just stating my personal opinion on the matter is all, and that I don't like the market because there are four parties involved in the creation and selling of games: publishers, retailers, consumers, and the most important one (yes, more so than the consumers) that everyone forgets, the developers. The used game market works for everyone except the developers. I'm not saying I speak for all developers or that every developer cares about it, but there are definitely developers who would rather they get the proper amount of food on their table for their work, so they can continue to make more games. Stressing over not being able to buy brand new, full-priced games at launch implicates there are better things to be stressing about.