I'm sure, back in the late eighties early nineties gaming was so much fun. I remember when I first saw a proper computer, I was around one of my relatives and he was slightly older than me and owned an Atari. From what I remember it was a tank game and was the nuts, even thou it had around 3 colours and the graphics now would look cack!(probably unplayable) Then at school on a computer with what I remember had just 1 colour (green) I think it was called a BBC computer. I used to play worm on it, wow that game was fun! Then finally the beast of a computer the Spectrum 128k (some people owned the 48k version) They had thousands of games for that and some of the best games would take about 45 minutes to load up, and from what i remember those games were so addictive. The best part was when you waited 45 minutes for the game to load then some sort of error would come up and you would have to reload it up.(also the head f**k noise as it loaded, surely that shouldn't have been legal) It used to send me into a trance! Basically what I am saying is..... Have great graphics ruined the gameplay? or Is it that we were younger and just enjoyed the games more? Oh i wish those days were back were i would get my pocket money, pop down the local Newsagent and buy a game for the total sum of £1.99 Lastly there was a game for the spectrum which you had to walk along the screen(from left to right) kicking arse, what was it called?