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Going Old School | Cheshire Cat Studios Webcomic #4

We at CCS have received tons of questions from fellow gamers regarding our thoughts on the latest generation of consoles, the Playstation 4, the Xbox One, and the Nintendo Wii U. Here’s our answer.

Additionally, a few of us older gamers believe that in an age of gaming online with bluetooth headsets, there is something nostalgic and indeed socially satisfying with  a handful of gamers crowding around a couch and taking turns gaming with their friends. The kinship and the competition of gaming with several of your friends cheering you on is something that is lacking in recent years.

Of course, for the short-tempered, it may be for the better.

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Original Art by Inverted Mind Inc

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4 Comments on “Going Old School | Cheshire Cat Studios Webcomic #4

  1. “Share button” “Twitch” ect ect…
    You are right they really do take the magic out of traditional gaming. It’s meant to be an interactive platform not social. God, I can’t ignore it but Nintendo very much looks like they are going down that road too with the miiverse and I know from personal experience some of the posts are just cringe worthy; as they would be on any platform that uses this. I sure hope Nintendo continue to understand we want the games and nothing more. I think and hope they can deliver.

    Also this picture is basically what happened to everyone the past year. Untouched, Unloved.
    I for one SERIOUSLY hope they change that.

  2. We’ve all had that moment. One friend starts beating us on a game.. and you go to choke the life out of them. Ahhh.. good times.

  3. Ahh, the good old days of playing split screen with friends while screaming our lungs out on who cheated first. It brings back memories when my friends and I used to play Mario Kart Double Dash and went ballistic on who threw the blue shell.

  4. Ah… the good old days. I still have that SNES controller cable mark on my neck from the day I beat my cousin in Mortal Kombat.

    Yep, just like in the image above.

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