[games_access] aging gamers

Thomas H. Buscaglia thb at gameattorney.com
Wed Jan 18 12:50:20 EST 2006


Hey...I resemble that remark!

Tom B

At 12:38 PM 1/18/2006, you wrote:
>My thought on the topic about aging gamers is 
>the producer designers of games and players 
>these days are all so addicted already. When 
>they are older they will already have the 
>knowledge of what games are like and how to play 
>them and how to get back involved with them.  I 
>think knowing that games have been around strong 
>at least for 20 years now those aging gamers 10 
>years from now who are 30 now should have no problem getting back into it.
>Robert
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