Submitted by granfaloon 973d ago | opinion piece

A Eulogy for the PS2 (New Gamer Nation)

Lawson Douvier from New Gamer Nation says "In my younger and more vulnerable years, I spent some time with a certain console. Not only was it able to exceed my expectations as to what emotions electronics could evoke, but it also became a well-worn friend, walking with me on a road that was not as welcoming as one would hope for. The games were subpar to none, creating worlds that have become as familiar to me as the one which we trod upon every day. I became a false expert on many subjects: espionage, cars, carnage, etc." (PS2, Sony)
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derkasan  +   973d ago
I do miss the sheer number of JRPGs the PS2 had. So many good games...

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