Tonight we continue playing Nancy Drew: Trail of the Twister LIVE on Twitch! Follow us here!
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Recently I was talking to two older ladies (on two separate settings) about new things. The first lady I tried to describe a new food that I liked, but she didn’t know what it was. However, her first thoughts and previous understanding of it swayed her opinion to declare she does not like it or had any interest of even trying it… I found this to be discouraging! As a sleuth like Nancy Drew, trying new foods (even if they have weird names) is part of the great experience!
What foods did you think were gross until you saw it and tried it?
The other lady had strong opinions an old-fashioned health matter I mentioned – but she said twice to me that she hadn’t researched the pros and cons of this old-fashioned method in comparison to today’s modern medicine. Yet she was already determined to be set against it.
This got me thinking about old games verses new games, even though it’s a totally different matter than health and food. New games in the game industry get so much attention, reviews, and are talked about how great (or not great) they are.
What about old games? Would you consider trying a really old computer game if a friend or family member recommended it? Even if the graphics aren’t as good, and the story is simpler? Just think! If a new Nancy Drew player refused to play Treasure in the Royal Tower just because it has old graphics and was released in the early 2000s!
What are your thoughts? Would you try new games? What old games do you like and would recommend?