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Human beings have a primal, unshakable fear of the unknown. It's something that's been hard-coded into us by evolution: back when we were all living in the treetops, the dark places of the world held a whole host of predators ready to tear us limb from limb; the deep night was one of the most dangerous times of day. The most skilled, masterful horror artists use this fear to great effect: the human imagination is, after all, an incredibly powerful tool. In other words, the less you see of something, the more frightening it is.That's the whole basis of the virtual reality game "Deep Sea."
It's a sad fact of being a retro gaming enthusiast: eventually, there aren't going to be any working old-school consoles left. As a result, unless we all want to resign ourselves to abandoning your passion once your console dies on you (which it will), ROMs and Emulation are only way to keep the hobby alive...right?
For those of you not already aware; Wednesday was a big day for the games industry. it was on that day, early into the evening, that the Playstation 4 - Sony's next generation offering- was finally unveiled, to much fanfare. The console, which is due by the holiday season of 2013; is easily powerful enough to blow pretty much any of the current gen offerings straight out of the water, and the launch titles thus far look positively brilliant. That's not what makes it exciting, though.
It's only when one looks closer - at some of the features of the console - that one realizes just what this system could mean for the industry.