Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Indy, Nov 29, 2015.
Gamestop closing 100 stores, I think they'll bleed out quite quickly.
They're Blockbuster-- relics of old technology.
I miss the physical experience of browsing at a music store or going to look to rent a VHS tape at a video store. However, I will never fondly look back at sifting through places like GameStop for physical copies of video games.
I miss the big PC boxes that had physical maps or colorful, detailed manuals. Those days have been gone for 15 years though.
Europa Universalis 2 had a manual that was bathroom reading for 6 months. For whatever reason I can't be bothered with a video tutorial but a manual can suck me in. Must be a byproduct of being about the last of the card catalog generation.
To be fair, Europa Universalis is a complicated game.
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