Every generation, we lost hundreds of games to the ether of time. Do we have a responsibility to preserve our heritage, or should it be left to a free market to decide?
Wow, I always thought this was needed but even more so now that I've read this: "According to Dave Kehr of The New York Times, we've lost 90 percent of all silent films and 50 percent of all sound films produced before 1950. Scary!"
This is why the emulation community is so important. Like them or hate them, emulation pirates are helping to preserve video game history.
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