Where does this sudden urge to buy older games come from though?
Well to be honest it has always been there and there is no better feeling than getting a game that you wanted for many years when you were younger but never manages to find anywhere, and then there is the part of me who would love to have every PAL released Nintendo game, although that probably wont happen unless I win a lot of money.
Also I guess it does have something to do with the site and wanted to be able to review more games, ironic in a way since I am struggling to find time to write this one, but still it would be nice to have as many games on hand as I can get. Of course as much as I do love Nintendo I still do have that little soft spot in my heart for the old enemy Sega and guess I want to also pick up some of the things I missed out on over the years because of my focus on all things Nintendo.
There is also the fact that games much like any form of media are there to be appreciated as they get old, although some out there see older games as simply that, old, I much like many other realise good games don’t just get bad with age in fact time some times shows us that a few games have actually got better with age as they were really not given a fair chance upon release, although bad games still do remain bad forever.
have to say I am enjoying doing the new video blog that I am doing it is quite a fun thing to be doing and it allows me to add content and hopefully in the future I will be able to do some features in the form of videos, but for now I will be sticking to the weekly blogs and doing a few reviews as soon as I catch a breather from work.
The first year or so for the Wii was pretty average at best a few good games but mainly only ones from Nintendo that were real quality games, it was the middle couple of years that really were the best for the Wii with not only big game after big game from Nintendo, but many other great games started to appear on the system that actually started to look like developers were trying to use the Wii better, but then after Christmas 2010 the Wii's slow death began as most publishers just stopped releasing games other than multi platform ones and it has been left up to Nintendo releasing Skyward Sword, Xendoblade Chronicles, The Last Story and now Pandora's Tower to give people a reason to keep on playing the system for the last year and a half.
I do wish in a way that publishers tried a bit more to bring much better games to the system as a whole in the earlier and later years considering the user base the system built up they never really tried to get that many original games on the system, but it was a fun ride and at one point the games started flowing and made the system more than worth owning, just a lot of “if onlys” with the system but it certainly has made me enjoy what it did offer as some times it was few and far between.