Ever since the late 80's games were alot of fun to play, and it's mostly due to the kind of music they are using today. The first video game system to use cd's was the turbo grafx 16 with it's heavenly music tracks, and even then if the game sucked the music made it worth playing alone. The tg-16 must have been way ahead of it's time back then, because the cheap music they use today doesn't pull you into the game like it use to. I have no idea why they would go from something that sounds like the real thing to crap, and the only other system to have simular music was on the ps1. The tracks on tekken 2 beat the hell out of even the arcade at the time, and from what i remember castlevaina was the only game to have a real symphony. Will these things ever come back? who know's the only people that can bring hope of this is nintendo, because it seems they have gone back to what made them #1 back then in the first place. Now they are releasing out all the old games that made them famous, and are remaking some of the best games to come from c64 too....the rest only a matter of time i think.