The Gamer’s Channel: Is THIS Really the Future of Gaming? – The Inspiration
The inspiration behind this episode was to address the future of gaming. This is where we address the difficulty level of the games that are out in the market.
We were discussing amongst ourselves and noticed the game seem more difficult in the past then it is today. We understood that in order to get a steady flow or have a comparison, we had to set up a point of reference for the discussion.
For the sake of this episode, The Gamer’s Channel: Is THIS Really the Future of Gaming, we have set up the point of reference to be the era of the Playstation.
The Gamer’s Channel: Is THIS Really the Future of Gaming? – Difficulty Of The Video Games Pre-Playstation vs. Post-Playstation
This episode, The Gamer’s Channel: Is THIS Really the Future of Gaming, we had chose the playstation as the focal point because that is the time period where games moved from cartridges to CDs. It is also the start of what we now know as memory cards.
As the games became longer and more involved, the memory card came along to not only give one more opportunity to save but also the ability to save more of a particular instance of the game than a cartridge would allow.
In the process of the transition, it seems like the difficulty of some well known games have actually went down compared to the pre-playstation version of the game. Games like Metroid, Punch-Out, Double Dragon, and others come to mind when looking at the difference in difficulty.
It is not the case for all games because Ninja Gaiden is still considered to be one of the hardest games that were made.
So now let’s get started with the episode and you can follow along and leave comments about this episode, The Gamer’s Channel: Is THIS Really the Future of Gaming
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