Considering it will be going completely digital soon (which I personally regret) and will be eliminating additional cost for material like paper, ink and printing as well as shipping. Does this then mean the cost of the subscription will also be reduced to reflect these savings?
I'm also curious on how exactly this process works?
Once you've download the issue, will you be able to re-download it again if you have deleted it and want to revisit it?
What about if you let your subscription expire, will you still be able to download the issues you were subscribed to?
You don't have the ability to just login to @Gamer and simply read the issue(s) on line?
I'm not a big fan of being forced to be tethered to my computer and not everyone has the benefit of a tablet or smart phone and reading a magazine on a smart phone is not a very enjoyable experience anyway. I myself prefer an actually magazine that I can hold in my hands and take with me, where ever I may roam. Soon all printed material will be digitized only and books and magazines will be like 8 tracks, cassettes and vinyl albums. You will have stories to tell the little kiddies "when I was your age we had..."
How about benefits for Premier Silver Reward Zone Gamers Club Members?
I think it would be awesome if your a Premier Silver Gamers Club Member to be able to login into @Gamer and access a data base of all the @Gamer issues. From the very fist issue, to the most recent and be able to read them through the website without the need of downloading. As a subscriber you should have the ability to read all the issues you've subscribed to online as well and always have access to them even if you let your subscription expire.
Lastly the ability to pay/renew your @Gamer subscription with the use of your Reward Zone points which is brought up in this post. Only 3 votes? Come on Gamers Club Members show some support and vote!!!