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Old 01-18-2013, 08:57 PM
Coming from an old school gamer, no they don't. I've been a console gamer since the late 80's when I received an NES for Christmas, I was just three years old at the time. I have not only seen the evolution of the home video game console, but I've experienced it. It used to be that a game console was just that, you played video games and nothing else. What we have now is an all-in-one home entertainment system. You're no longer limited to the content of a particular game, your world is now opened up to streaming movies, television, sporting events, music, and more. I think that the original designs for various console have a certain draw to a younger crowd, but as these console evolve, more and more adult consumers are buying these consoles for themselves.
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