Game Vortex writes: "I can still recall the fanfare with which my family greeted the arrival of our new Laserdisc player, back in the '80s. I always think of this glorious, but short-lived gadget in moments when I see something being revived that should probably remain interred. Revered objects often have the veil of time hanging between them and us, and flaws tend to occupy those opaque areas of our vision. We want to remember the romance and excitement, not the problematic stuff. When faced with a relic, do we marvel at it like some Jurassic Park monster, or cringe... "