Yes, but not for the reasons that you listed. They are anti-gaming in that they would rather try to be a movie instead of an actual game.
deactivated-5d1e44cf96229's forum posts
Sure, it's nice to dream about a streaming only future,
No, it's not. A streaming only future is not a dream, it's a nightmare that would be terrible for gamers. I hope it never happens.
Playing games while traveling seems like a waste of vacation time to me. When I travel, I want to dedicate my time to things that I can't experience at home, so the games stay at home since I can play them at any other time. There is always so much that I want to do when I go on vacation that I don't have time to even think about games.
Yes, I definitely do. Some of them were very fun to read through and it depresses me how empty cases are nowadays when you open them up.
I will always dislike Ubisoft for starting the trend of getting rid of manuals.
Definitely the Xbox 360.
It had by far the best online service which was very important to me given that I no longer live in the same city as my friends, by far the best controller, the best version of most multiplats, and XBLA on the 360 was an excellent marketplace for retro-style games and indie games that you couldn't get on the PS3 and Wii.
I overall love retro games more than modern games and I spend at least half of my gaming time on retro games.
And a lot of the modern games that I do play and enjoy the most are the ones that are made in the style of retro games.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project
Everybody knows about and has nostalgia for the first two TMNT games on the NES, but most people never played TMNT III: The Manhattan Project since it was a late NES release after gamers had already moved on to the SNES. And that's unfortunate since TMNT III: The Manhattan Project was by far the best TMNT game on the NES and it even gives Turtles in Time a run for it's money as the best TMNT game of all time.