Why I don’t care if you’re a fan of Kabam’s old games (or old games, or old games) anymore
Posted On July 25, 2021
I’ve been trying to understand why I can’t remember the last time I really liked a game I didn’t own.
I’m not sure if that was the original intent, but in the midst of the transition of my life I started to wonder if it’s the case that games I didnít own are no longer part of my memories.
I know that there are countless old games on my shelf that I’ve loved for years and havenít touched since.
The ones I donít know about doníll.
I remember when I bought my first console in the late 80s and started to play games like Chrono Trigger, Super Mario Bros. and Super Metroid.
I could still remember how to play Super Metroid and I still could, but the feeling of being in control of a powerful machine, with all the little touches I used to make it feel like a real game, is gone.
I don´t know if thatís a coincidence or just a generalization.
In a way, I don�t care anymore if I have to buy a new console or not, because I donót care if it was made by the same people who made that one thing that I love, the first one.
This is why I don�t care what Nintendo and Kabam were thinking back in the 80s, when they started making their own games, if it wasnít for the fact that those games would be dead forever.
I care what they were thinking and making when they were making those games, because that is the kind of game I want to play.
That is the game I have been playing since I was born, and that is my game.