I was thinking the other day. I'm getting older(not that old 34) video games aren't apealling to me like they used to. I started to really contemplate why this was. At first I just figured I was getting older and this is just the way things go. Then I thought about the games I wanted to play and realized they don't exist. All I can play is games that have the same depth as games from the 90's with prettier graphics and achievements. Not only that most have a cartoon art style which I hate. Not to mention hackers in multiplayer games (that's for another discussion). What I want to play is a game with real depth and competition. I want to play a game where I can take over an area and control it in a persistent online experience (that doesn't reset every month) without being pay to win. I want to be able to take other players stuff (whether it be an rts, or fps, or rpg). I want to be able to not worry about cheaters. I want to play an online racing game where I can challenge people for pink slips and be able to upgrade the cars. I want to not have to deal with cartoon graphics. I want real ai that actually changes from game to game. I finally figured it out, it's not that I'm getting old. It's that there really are no games that are catering towards me. I'm playing the same shit over and over. Not only that but I would argue many games of today can't match the games of the late 90's early 2000's(Baldur's Gate, Ultima Online, Quake 2/world plus mods, etc). Almost every game developer is going for easy money. There's a clear void for adult pc gamers that needs to be filled.