That mindset is one of the things I really enjoy about watching Game Grumps. By and large, they primarily focus on OLD games. They joke from time to time about using guides and about emulators, but they really play OLD games on their ORIGINAL systems. And it's startling how well many of those still hold up. They just completed a series on Metal Gear, and while the menu system was very clunky, I was astonished at how thorough and thought-out that game was! I never played MG, and the first I ever saw of the series was a friend playing MGS, so to see this NES title with so much thought put into it and enjoy watching it be played almost 3 decades later was a real blast. It disheartens me whenever I read more and more people say that the old gameplay is "unplayable", when really that just means they're unwilling to adjust. But what can you do? It's the never-ending cycle of life and young vs old.