Why Retro Gaming Needs a Revolution


Last week, Sony revealed its PlayStation 5 console. Both Sony and Microsoft are set to release their new consoles later this year. There will be much fanfare over new games, better graphics, shorter load times, and all the bells and whistles we expect from the new generation of video game consoles. Both consoles are touting their backwards compatibility as consumers are tired of upgrading to new consoles while losing the ability to play games they purchased for the previous generation. However, this backwards compatibility will only work to a point. The further back you go, the harder it is to …