It's a sad story that some genres (classic Jump 'n Runs and Shoot 'em Ups) almost completly died together with the end of 16bit machines. I must admit that I haven't bought another Amiga after my first one died, because at the time the PC had nice features (CD-Rom and harddisks) and games like Doom, Under a killing moon and Day of the Tentacle. After some years happily engaged in the 'hardware race' I was looking back at the beginning of my gaming expierence and started with retro-gaming. Now I like to live in 'both' worlds (and everything between
), but I try to stay out of the update menace a bit because it is simply too expensive.