Mike Miller writes - "I was recently reviewing my Nintendo 64 collection, relishing in memories of DK beating Pikachu to a yellow pulp in Super Smash Brothers. It got me thinking about what retro game qualities didn’t make it to the modern scene. Now I’m mourning the passing of the fabled video game manual.
For any gamer who’s been living under a rock, last and current generation video game titles cost sixty dollars. Other possible uses for sixty bucks include but are not limited to roughly two cases of beer, four blu-ray movies, 60 McDonald’s cheeseburgers and no less than 240 gumballs."