The deluge of modern games coming out with the insipid trappings of modern games (microtransactions, DLC promises, Annual Season Pass baiting, roadmaps, time limited events, multi-tiered & ridiculously priced release versions & early access, always online, DRM, fluff cosmetics, multiple confusing game currencies/resources, paid-for inventory space boosts suffocating in trash drops...) has me exploring my back catalogue more & more and finding a calming reassuring simplicity in it.
@spelk any hidden gems in there you want to share? :)
thanks :) My PC hasn't been able to play any of the latest games for years anyway, and I only recently got a #PS3 and #xbox360 dirtcheap #secondHand, so when I actually get a moment to myself to play some games, it's outdated ones anyway. :)
But indeed, there really is no need to play the latest and 'greatest'; as long as the gameplay is great, the amount of pixels doesn't really matter.
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