Xfire writes: "Some games transcend time and can be played years after they first launched, still holding up relatively well.
Many classic JRPG games, for example, have aged rather well. But if that's the case, then the opposite is true too. Some games are good when they first launch. Yet, at the same time, they can feel and look much older than they should, even if you're only replaying them just a couple of years later.
Guerilla Games' Killzone: Shadow Fall is a good example of such a game."