The gaming generation of the nineties, those that grew up on clunky desktop PCs playing Westwood’s hardcore Real Time Strategies and crazy Lucasarts’ Adventure games are getting old. Many of us now have lives, with jobs, maybe kids, maybe a mortgage, but most of all hopefully a disposable income. We’ve hit that point where we look back at the life we have led and wonder where it has all gone. I say we because I’m right there with you, with my greying hair and a desire to hear that majestic beep of a 56kbps dial up modem. The gaming market, not one to miss an opportunity, knows this and as such we’ve seen a sudden explosion recently in re releases, re imaginings and remasterings of classic games from our youth.