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However, the gap in the opening game and those who had fun with the Manic Miner to be spent a retrogamersa . The lover of video games should gain education so that she can not make distinctions between the various works he has given us the world of videogames. It is true that we must not fall into the trap of mystifying old: most old games Spectrumhan ZX fatal and are directly unplayable or unreasonably difficult, but that does not mean that we can not recognize a couple of hundreds of excellent games, some of them true works of art. A French writer says that only 2-3% of the professionals we meet throughout our life are good professionals, the rest are mediocre or directly to a nonentity, something similar happens with video games. Without hesitation movie actress explained all about the problem. This is no less true for platforms like the SNES, with many cartridges anodyne but with a handful of timeless wonders.

One, I believe, should be able to get lost in the sounds of REZ equally enjoyed by giants knocking the game or jumping Fumito Ueda withthe Nesy barrels Donkey Kong. It is obvious that the technology evolves, but not cataloged Billy Wilder film outdated and useless by the fact that black and white and not place Jack Lemmon near an Optimus Prime instead of a Tony Curtis. So let's say I love the term a retroa much as I hate him for highlighting the video game world that still has a world to cut their ties with the ballast technology (indivisible one hand but also a trap) and with its commercial vocation (to consume entertainment products disposable platforms with expiration date). And where is the backward compatibility for so many wonders are not doomed to market stronghold Ebay or emulator? Nintendo even begin to deny it, if not directly intended to be revived by old glories. maybe you should expand your view, perhaps all is not lost. Check that everything you thought it was a novelty and was invented long ago that all came from a world of pixels visible but no less valuable.



October 20th