I imagine many of you fine duders, like myself, have an affinity for the games of old. Whether it be the early generation of polygonal 3D games, the 16-bit era, or the earliest games we all have some classics near and dear to our hearts. With all the re-releases, remasters, and emulators available today it may be easier than ever to enjoy these games. Despite these conveniences, I still cling to a few of my old consoles. I still have my SNES, Genesis, N64, and dozens of games for each platform. However, I've found myself playing these games less and less over the years. I'm starting to think that I'm keeping these consoles just to have as a reminder of the great memories they've provided me. I find this nostalgia particularly odd since I had no desire to keep my VHS or DVD players or any of the tapes and discs. At what point do we as gamers need to let go of these pieces of hardware and software and accept that they largely just collect dust and look neat on an entertainment center?