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May 15th, 2008, 12:27
Originally Posted by narpet View Post
Your statement: really rings true for me. I think it's why I enjoy playing older games so much more. Since I grew up during the infancy of computer gaming I was forced to use my imagination in every game I played, and that leads to a much more personal a powerful experience (for me anyway).
Seconded, in some ways modern graphics actually detract from the game. It's similar to the oft-cited difference between reading a book and watching a movie. In the latter the artist's vision completely drives the audience experience but in the former it's a collaborative effort between artist and reader.
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