We never had outright invincibility as kids when we died enough times. Also, out of your examples, two were from Nintendo games, and if memory serves me correctly, in both cases, you can still die.
Originally Posted by bobandbill
Let me scale it back a bit. I guess, this is what I'm getting at (and I'm trying to think of a way to say this that doesn't sound completely cruel). Basically, what makes today's kids so inferior in skill (in the minds of video game companies) that they need outright invincibility all of a sudden?
Last edited by SBaby; 24th December 2013 at 3:59 PM.
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