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Hey, Teens: Back in Our Day, Video Games Were Actually Hard
By Philip Anderson Posted in News, Reviews on April 9, 2015


 
Kids today have things so easy. A group of teenagers found out just how tough games used to be when The Fine Bros. asked them to play the original Mega Man for its Teens React series. Mega Man, released in 1987 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, had a reputation of being tough. Players generally had to memorize enemy patterns and hone their reflexes, which meant playing a level over and over. That’s right, kids.

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