<center> Another day another tribe</center> As a small introduction I want to give you a bit about my history as a gamer. I am now 36 years old and I guess I was around 10 when I bought myself from my saved up chrismas/birthday money a Game Boy. If my parents would know how big this influence would be for the rest of my life, I am not sure if they would have allowed it. <center>![nin.png](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmcAZ7M9WDWMGDADaCtkhDxvWKFrkY5716pVMCdaa6wuvq/nin.png)</center> As times goes on there were many consoles and platforms but I want to focus on the highlights. <center>The SNES</center> <center>![Wikipedia_SNES_PAL.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmNyDyHGkaTe74C2BUzCfmMu1jiCsLRczEZcvfZ6KN3NAf/Wikipedia_SNES_PAL.jpg)</center> Probably still my favorite console as I think the graphic style is timeless and the games still fun at least for a while and especially with the retro classes on. My highlights are definitely <center>![9064004-0_1.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmeZjBMvsDArQjGgbEnt4aZ91DesE7Ab7kFUu3gUkvY7ZK/9064004-0_1.jpg)</center> <center>![snes_mortal_kombat_2_p_n5pa9w.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmYfX9jgLH5nJtJXPrydbpFJmXCfUkHv1cxAKFeJwAAiph/snes_mortal_kombat_2_p_n5pa9w.jpg)</center> <center>![snes-super-mario-kart-f.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmZW2wT1pRgkBvUdvwHgyYkEpo6zi6i1bQhtfniaCSCKYU/snes-super-mario-kart-f.jpg)</center> Each of this game I ve played for hours and hours, alone and with friends and I have great memories about them. I also love the packaging back then. The manual was almost as exciting as the game itself...well not really but you get my point. <center>The Playstation</center> <center>![51tkmb93AiL._SX342_.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmXBPnNCqdMcnZZDVfpy4jJEF8TouCByLhcgMcDA1J6BsH/51tkmb93AiL._SX342_.jpg)</center> <center>![51FJZMEGENL._SX342_.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmenCgZtJGoVjdiMKC3ix7BtC4okYBsjQQ9KRBPzdxuYoe/51FJZMEGENL._SX342_.jpg)</center> <center>![81JuXXzndSL._SX342_.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmSoHEED4TEHweeoHqkFcRsUCPsWdXnPUqjuz4MQoeT5uF/81JuXXzndSL._SX342_.jpg)</center> I know there is a Final Fantasy 7 remake in the making and I will probably end up playing it but I doubt it will get me as excited as the original. When I first saw the commercial and the graphic of the cutscenes I was sure I was living in the future just already today. Tony Hawk 2 was one of my most played games probably on the PS1. This is the game were I regret that there was no internet around yet (not really) and you could not check other peoples highscores as I am still sure my score in the hangar level has to be somewhere way up there. Tekken 3...it is Tekken and till then every Tekken was good. I did not have a PS2 or N64. I ve played a bit when I was at friends but I never picked one up but I was not too interested in videogames at this time. I had a Playstation 3 and X Box 360 but except Gears of War I dont remember a game which really blew my mind. The Pc had a way bigger impact on my gaming journey then. With Starcraft 2 and a lot of Diablo 2 and 3 I wasted/enjoyed many many hours in front of the monitor. I still play games mostly on the PC, a bit on the PS4 but <center> I got older</center> <center>or</center> <center>Games changed</center> I spend less time with one game now and it does not catch me anymore as games used to. I still appreciate a game like "last of us", "Red Dead Redemption", "GTA" and many others but often I feel like I want to be done with them. Maybe they got too big for me especially the open world games.