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Submitted by tgcorke 888d ago | opinion piece

Defective Reflectives

"Something strange has happened. Games from the last two generations of consoles, for the most part, haven't held up as well as their ancestors. You’d have thought the opposite would be the case, that with superior horsepower behind them these games would be the more likely to become eternal classics. Yet, when I play many of them today, I just find myself struggling to persevere in a way that simply isn't a problem with a lot of older titles." thumbACTIVE (Culture, Industry, Retro, Tag Invalid)

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