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Do you think kids will still be interested to play the old arcade videos at home?

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With the variety of video games online games I don't think kids now a days would still be interested to play the old time video arcade games that we used to know. Besides the animation and graphics are not as good as the new ones they get to be boring at most times.
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#2

I think that would depend on what the generation now wants and enjoys. There will be a percentage of the population that will play the old ones and the rest will have the new ones which are more interesting maybe? Or graphics wise and luring unlike the old ones that we had.
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(10-08-2017, 02:19 PM)mdbree17 Wrote: I think that would depend on what the generation now wants and enjoys. There will be a percentage of the population that will play the old ones and the rest will have the new ones which are more interesting maybe? Or graphics wise and luring unlike the old ones that we had.

True but the percentage is definitely low knowing the kind of video games that we have now a days. It was fun and not to complicated unlike the video games that my kid get to play. The arcade games before are interesting except that it complete does the same thing after completing a mission or a task. Also graphics and special effects are limited so can't really blame why old games get to the trash compared to the new ones.
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(This post was last modified: 07-01-2020, 02:20 PM by StewartMorrisonv.)

I think that our children are no longer interested in playing the games we played, as they're quite simple and uninteresting. I recently started playing Minecraft myself at the age of 34 and even opened my own server thanks to discounts provided by hosting ggservers.com. I wanted to write a mod in which you could play arcade games of the '80s, but according to a survey among my players, most said that this update doesn't make sense. I think that a new era of video games has already arrived and future generations will never again know about the emotions that we received from Tetris.
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