Nostalgia clouds our memories in all sorts of ways. As a society, we always yearn for the past. The past was always better than the present, whether it’s culture or entertainment.
Video games are no exception. People always tend to think that the best games are behind us. Our favorite games are almost always ones that we played ten years ago when they took over our lives for months at a time. We think they could go toe-to-toe with modern games, even though we haven’t played them in a decade.
Unfortunately, many of these games don’t hold up today. Sure, the graphics aren’t there, but that’s not the only thing that ...
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