If I still had my old DOS games (or a floppy port on my computer!) then I would definately still play them. I grew up on games like the original Alone in the Dark and Myst, among others, and my favorite was The 7th Guest. Though Alone in the Dark and Myst have all evolved to include next-gen versions I have not played them, nor have I played any more recent games. After I got my Playstation and GBA I pretty much stopped with computer games and focused on console games.
@hmclio Well, you can download them of the internet for free. And you can use DOSBOX to play them on your PC.
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