This is not my pile of games, but if all my digital games were boxed copies, this would be about right, if not too small. I did a clean out this week, for the dual benefit of making a little bit of cash out of what I have lying around, and clearing some clutter. I’ve [...]
Old video games were often uneven, arbitrary, sometimes painfully difficult, with rudimentary graphics, bizarre design decisions, and other little nasties. New games are often highly polished and far more user friendly, yet they make mistakes all of their own. While not ignoring the problems with older games, Oldschool Hard pines a little for the simpler times and asks the question: why must we replace mistakes with new mistakes?
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