The Washington Post takes a nostalgic trip into the homes of retro gamers. These players are satisfied with the NES and other classic systems; they don't need any next-gen battle.
The article portrays those gamers as just growing up with those systems; there's not a crazy, technology-hating gamer in the bunch. We hang on to as many old systems and titles as we can and, once in a while, we revisit the classics. But there's a Zen simplicity in primarily gaming with a controller that has two -- or fewer -- buttons.