SFG writes: I read the statistics. They say the average age for a gamer is 35 and they have been playing for 12 years. Which would put us in the PS1 era of 1998. I myself am 35 years old, but my video game teeth were cut long before PS1. The consoles we own today are power houses. The functions, the graphics, the hard drives, and firmware updates have all became standard, and I think we all take that for granted, especially the people behind the game. The developers and publishers love this era. They can ship what ever they want knowing that they can patch it later, and if you are not online too bad you can’t get the patch. It don’t matter to them if you can’t patch, because if you are not online to patch it, then you are not online to purchase that on disk dlc. There are people who slow down every game, to analyze every frame, just looking for any thing they can rag on. May I ask, where did the fun go?