I was born and raised with games, from Nintendo to the Sega master system. I've grown to the point in my life where I'm just able to really appreciate old vintage games. No matter the graphics, the story and game play is what matters to me. I'd love to one day still own my collection so anyone could have a chance to see where gaming found it's roots. Atari helped shape the gaming world but Nintendo and Sega helped grow it. I find the 80's and 90's to be one of the most 'interesting' times in gaming. The current generation is simply suffering in comparison to the older generation. Why? Because there's too many making the meal so to speak. We went from gamers in a basement to tall buildings with hundreds. There is still games to find but I find them somewhat lacking. My word is my opinion and I break none of them for anyone. We can still find what's good in life, it's what's bad that's remembered.