Video games are no longer the ones of the past. are more beautiful but less revolutionary

Video games are no longer the ones of the past. are more beautiful but less revolutionary

3′ readingvideo games are no longer the ones of the past. We are not regretting the times of meetings in bath tub of nolan bushnell, the hippy entrepreneur who founded atari and that today, at seventy years played, has not much to add. Do you think it’s a coincidence that one of the biggest innovators in business, elon musk, is also a passionate video player?

And that its spaceships, in the most amazing aspect and features, seem to be ocited by a science fiction video game? Video games knew how to inspire and had enough courage to break the patterns by proposing totally new formulas, one behind the other, and little mattered if they were not properly games, or actually fun. The race had no objective to propose the perfect game, as today, but to draw new roads, to amaze the public and the rivals.

And they could. Even the youngest hideo kojima was forced to walk on his legs to continue to experiment.