- Category: Blogs
- Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 10:11
- Written by Nick G.
So it's obviously been many years since the release of consoles like the NES, the Sega Genesis...hell, the Xbox and PS2 are now thirteen and fourteen years old respectively. Yes, everyone is now growing increasingly used to a console that not only plays video games but also Blu-Rays, Netflix, and several other options that I already use on my PC, but that's another story. Believe it or not, most of us PC gamers do have a soft spot for consoles we used to play for hours on end as kids. Some of us are even going back to consoles. You may feel free to troll us all you want, but it's true and there's no shame in it. Sometimes all you need after a grueling 48-hour day of assembling nail-clippers or serving 3000 calorie cheese sandwiches is a comfy chair, darkness, and a glowing power button ready, willing and able to remove some of the burden from your weary psyche.
No technical knowledge needed, except for maybe where to plug in the adapters. But other than that it's literally just plug-and-play. I think all of us who have ever played a video game have that one console with an associated game that surgically implanted memories that would keep us from jumping off rooftops. The following are some of my own fond memories in no particular order, just the ones I could recall at the time of writing this post:
Really, what can you say about this masterpiece besides: BLAM, POW, SHOOT THAT GUY, KILL THAT GUY, BOND MUSIC, BOND GIRLS (sort of), AND BOND GUNS!!!!