Hell yea, I don't intend to ever stop gaming. Sure, I've gotten older, become a conessuir. It's kinda like food, when your young any fast food slop is the greatest thing ever, but then you get older and only the more exotic and less tried dishes elicit the same response. The downside to this attitude is that finding new games to play on a regular basis is a difficult challenge. The secret is to look where you normally wouldn't look, and to try things you might have dismissed in the past. For instance, I am playing Ys VI (PC) right now, and it is damn near everything I have been seeking in a game: beautiful 2D graphics, great gameplay, and a good challenge level. The game reeks of personal vision, something the megacorporations and thier 500 man teams very rarely accomplish. Oops, I'm starting to ramble.
Anyways, videogames forever! :agree:
Unfortunately. I guess I set standards too high for games this past generation. I mean, we saw what, all these great steps surpassed each generation (I won't go into what, as we should all know), and then this past one was, well, just a prettied up previous generation. Yeah, one could argue that's all that's been happening, but I get the feeling something was missing. I don't know though, maybe that's just me.Cid Highwind said:The 'Seen it - been there - done that' syndrome....