Ok, with the recent news that every major next-generation console and system is going to support a wealth of retrogaming content
Revolution - Genesis, NES, SNES, N64, Turbographx titles
Xbox 360 - Selected arcade classics online in HD via Xbox Live Arcade
PS3/PSP - PSOne library from Sony game "archive servers"
PC - Similar retrogaming-on-demand services like Gametap.com
Does this point to retrogaming having passed the point of being a Jakks TV game fad, and in fact has retrogaming permanently integrated itself into mainstream gaming. Much like our DVD store shelves see popular sales of both new and older movie titles, will this be the new look of the gaming industry from this point on?
Is the future face of gaming, a player who regularly spends a few minutes playing some Gyruss, then pops in the latest immersive PS3 epic 3D action adventure in 1080p?
Or are old games still just a fad among the mainstream and could the retrogaming bubble still possibly burst...