Considering I have been playing "retro" games since they were newly released, yes I do enjoy them. I seem to go back and forth between older and newer games quite often. Since being introduced to retroachievements.org by @jeff on the Bombcast I have been playing way more of them.
Which reminds me, if anyone else is into the retro achievements, shoot me a friends request, need to build up that leaderboard. I would only like to add people who just play the games though and not cheat their way to the achievements. Here is my profile.
So about those weekly wiki updates, I am planning on bringing those back very soon. I had planned on bringing them back after the new year but I got really busy, now things have become a little more normal so I should be able to dedicate the time to it again.
Here where I live there is one company that has DSL and one company that has cable. The cable internet is not only overpriced, it also has really low caps with really high overage charges. I used to use them until I got sick of getting close to my cap halfway through the month and having to hold off on doing much of anything until the next.
Of course now that I use this DSL, it is significantly slower and I have had nothing but issues with it. Both of these companies are pretty terrible.
I have made my feeling on this subject known on more than one occasion, but I think as long as the game is a separate release and it was updated in some way it should get a page. If the game is just a straight port then it should not. Of course I also think handheld versions of games that play totally differently should have their own page as well. I feel like eventually none of the releases get as good a write up as they could on their own page.