The past is a particularly dangerous place to linger. Removing the rose tinted glasses and exposing classics to the cold relentless glare of the modern gaming landscape (with a few exceptions) normally leads to disappointment and a ruining of fond memories. Films and music generally survive the ravages of time far more easily than games. The relentless march of technology is not kind on old games and sometimes the past is best left in the cupboard, undisturbed. Good gameplay and graphics can last a long time in your head and be crushed quickly in reality. Occasionally though you have to concede that certain games were important milestones regardless of how badly they might have aged.