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Veteran Member - Level 13
In these last couple of generations, we've been blessed with the likes of save systems, maps, and unlimited lives. Since I'm a young gamer, its hard for me to play the classics from the 80s and back because of the lack of these. I'm just pushed to the point where I have to either give up and forget about the game or do resort to a walkthrough. Sadly, I just end up giving up most of the time. It seems like back then beating a video game had more meaning because of how much more difficult it was.
So, given that, I wanted to ask this question- How did you older gamers beat those games? You didn't have barely ANYTHING to help you with it. Now if we get stuck on something we have the internet to help us get past it. Were you just used to that difficulty and didn't think anything about dying that many times or what?