I used to make a little battleground scene in the garden bed outside underneath my parents bedroom window (2nd floor) then drop firecrackers from the window onto the toy soldiers. It was the 1960s. There was nothing to do.For me
Ever been spanked with one of those orange sections of Hot Wheels track LOLHot Wheels.
I had a friend whose parents were divorced. And his Mom worked at a Department store and tried to compensate by buying him all of the ‘cool toys’ at the time. And it was essentially my ‘dream list’ that included Star Wars figures and the Atari console and games.
I’m curious to get your perspective. I’m finding that while the games look better and better, they’re losing more of the pure ‘fun factor’.Life is something else. Too many years ago, I was playing a video game with two knobs moving two short lines to bounce a small square pixel back and forth on a flat black-and-white screen. Skip ahead decades later and I am playing games in 3D with fantastic music and sound on a PS5 so vivid that it getting closer to real-life picture/motion quality.
I am thankful I lived long enough to experience that evolution. That said, my anger has been rougher on modern controllers than the ones from back in the day.
Is it the games, or the player? Serious question...Is it actually the games, or are you just more easily bored?I’m curious to get your perspective. I’m finding that while the games look better and better, they’re losing more of the pure ‘fun factor’.
Loved all 3. I was really into bikes and had a Mongoose, jumping ramps and all that. Can't think of any other of the bike names right now, but there were a bunch. Would've definitely wanted that all blue 40 years ago. lol I never actually got around to building a bike, but I had big plans to do that back then.
That was part of why I asked. To determine whether or not it’s just me and maybe I’m just getting too old for the current games?Is it the games, or the player? Serious question...Is it actually the games, or are you just more easily bored?