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Old 01 March 2012, 06:04   #8
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Australia
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In my opinion, both retro and "modern" gaming compliment each other. I find if I stick to either for any prolonged period of time I get bored of it. Sometimes I prefer to play something simpler, with limited depth, something I can just have a quick game or 2 (or 8 depending on the game), and other times I like to really submerge myself into a game (retro/modern respectively). Now this isnt to say modern gaming is always more involving, or that it's games are more complex (gameplay wise), but rather the details and extra bits and pieces in modern games are taken to the nth degree, while games of yesteryear focus only really on the crucial gameplay elements. Both have thier place depending on the mood.
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