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Submitted by Pozzle 871d ago | opinion piece

N64, or The Good Old Days

TGC writes: I feel quite privileged in my age to say that I’ve come full circle with gaming technology after watching it steadily progressing and getting better as I got older, and I'm sure the future has some surprises yet in store for me. However if one is to look to the future in such matters, one must always turn to the past in levels of appreciation of what came before. I was first introduced to gaming at the ripe young age of 5 (or there a bouts) to the SNES. I didn’t even know about Atari, Sega or even NES until many years later but I guess I can put all the blame on the ignorance of youth. (Retro)

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