Green Game Packaging - Paper or Plastic?

Wal-Mart promotes green gaming has word that the retail giant has met with representatives of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo to discuss making console gaming more environmentally friendly. Topics included giving system lower power standby modes, and the possibility of reversing the recent evolution to plastic game packaging by returning to paper and cardboard packaging, with Wal-Mart saying that would reduce the industry's carbon footprint by the equivalent of taking 4000 cars off the road.
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it is trivial. given the power requirements of video cards it would make a much bigger difference if they just promoted budget and older games more than stuff like crysis.
Not that I want them to do that as such.
Of course the real carbon saving happens if everyone buys games direct on-line instead of having boxes pointlessly shipped around the world to stores...
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