We have entered a new age of gaming. Gone are the things that I grew up with; cartridges, discs, memory cards and controllers are things of the past. What we now have is a generation of gaming-capable devices, that are completely digital and rely entirely on touch-based input. I am, of course, saddened to see the things I grew up with disappear, but I am a modern person and I welcome these new devices. It's these new gadgets that bring progress and help to extraordinarily change and enolve the industry. If you had asked me ten years ago what I thought the gaming industry would be like, I would almost certainly have described it being essentially the same as it was way back in 2001.