Have you ever realized that unlike the football, soccer or golf that have make believe games online? I mean, sure, I’ve had some serious interactions with various PC games over the years. WAAAAAYYY back in the day, I was seriously into my Atari Video Computer System (which is what the 2600 was called at first). The first time I rolled the score over in Space Invaders was a very big day for me. In middle school, birthdays, Christmas, and saving up my allowance was always about Infocom text adventures. In college, I got seriously into Wing Commander, and spent a a few all-nighters with various incarnations of Command and Conquer. The next dalliance was with the original DOOM, the iconic first person shooter, which absolutely blew my mind. There was a week or so with Diablo, which was when I realized that computer games, coupled with my obsessive nature could lead to some pretty seriously antisocial behavior (In this case, I should point out, Antisocial Behaviorâ€ means ignoring people around me, not building bombs in the basement).
For reasons I still don’t quite understand, I decided to head out to the nearest mall, where I had heard there was some sort of video game store. Turns out my old college hangout, Electronics Boutique had returned in a new incarnation, Gamestop. My memories of shirt-and-tie clad sales associates were replaced by visions of teenagers who looked like they may have stopped by the skate park on the way to work. Back at the old EB, there was at least a small token section for productivityâ€ software. You know, word processors, ps3 spreadsheets, that kind of thing. Here was a whole store, packed with games, games, and more games. There was a tiny section for PC games, but nothing at all that even pretended it wasn’t just for fun. I had to appreciate the new honesty, that the store was there to sell games to kids, rather than masquerade as anything remotely serious. Of course, even back in the 1990’s, it’s not like the CEO would pop in to EB to get the new version of dBase or whatever, but it did seem they were trying to keep up appearances.
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