Top 10 Games The Kids of Tomorrow Definitely Won’t Understand

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Top 10 Games The Kids of Tomorrow Definitely Won’t Understand
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If you think the kids THESE days don’t really “get it”, wait until the next batch arrives…Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Games Future Generations Will Never Understand!

#10. “Zork” Series (197784)
#9. “Resident Evil” (1996)
#8. “Myst” (1993)
#7. “Pong” (1972)
#6. “The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time” (1998)
#5. “HalfLife” (1998)
#4. “Tetris” (1984)
#3, #2 & #1: ???

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Games The Kids of Tomorrow Definitely Won’t Understand

  1. Bruh some of these games I understand…BUT TETRIS! That trash ass game was pretty much Minecraft before Minecraft (Which is also trash)

  2. Goldeneye 007 is still awesome. The only people that don’t think so are people that are either trying to play it on an emulator which won’t give you the true Goldeneye experience or people that are just not used to the N64 controller anymore. But I guarantee that pretty much anybody that plays it on a real N64 with friends and gives themselves at least 30 minutes to get familiar with the N64 controller layout will have a lot of fun.

    There is another video series on Youtube of kids reacting to old stuff and guess what happened when they got to play Goldeneye 007? They had a lot of fun with it! Here is the video proof that kids can still love Goldeneye:

  3. I absolutely love the entire Myst series of games, but yeah, not for everyone, especially with how simplistic it really is. Nothing but puzzles, no action, no fighting, just puzzles.

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