the good old days
dear retro gamer
Paul rose’s (aka mr Biffo) point about coming of age when computer games and middle age collide with each other has hit the nail on my head and could explain my reluctance not to be attached to the latest games. as Paul pointed out what’s happening now is that games are just another mass entertainment medium along with movies, music and tv, throwing everything all at once at us rather than making something that’s akin to getting excited as watching your first movie in the cinema. to cut a long story short, my reasons for agreeing is basically that i miss the effort that was made in making a game and its artwork from scratch.
thanks for getting in touch. a lot of it probably comes down to age if we’re honest. when you’re in your mid-forties like Darran is, it’s hard to get excited about the latest
[Xbox One] Games like Red Dead Redemption 2 highlight just how much work goes into making them.