Well? I for one have an N64 that is very old, and an XBOX that is kind of old. I'm selling the XBOX and keeping the N64. Why? Because N64 has great games, classics with endless repeat value. The XBOX library has nothing but mediocre titles across the board. A few gems, but nothing that even comes close to the greatness of the N64. Furthermore, I look at the PS2 and GC librarys and see the same thing. I used to be quite the gamer, then I found bass, and now, not so much. But I still know my video games. And I know that all these new developements such as graphics have overshadowed the most important part: Simplicity. Everything is so advanced that it becomes a pain in the arse to play the new games. I long for the days when I can press a button and throw a shell at a cart, sending him flying into the air. But no longer. And what about even before the N64, with SNES and NES? And what about Dreamcast, and Playstation? The last good consoles, that's what. Now all people care about is how it looks, and as such the game quality suffers. This isn't nostalgia talking. I've noticed a genuine decline in the quality of video games since the advent of PS2. This is probably the only aspect of the 90's I miss.