Put your notion of "classics" and "nostalgia" aside, and ask yourself if the experience of games is getting better with each generation. Mass Effect 2 proved to me that there has been an evolution in interactive media that little by little in starting to involve more emotional experiences and less simple visual stimulation. Uncharted 2 did the same thing, but more in the Adventurous Pulp sense hold your breath, laugh, hold your breath again, "holy shit" sort of way. Shadow of Colossus breached the line between gaming and art, even if Ebert doesn't think so. Not intending to discredit the great classics like Zelda: Ocarina (which still stands as one of my favorite games of all time). But in terms of overall experience, do you guys feel that gaming is growing, or are we just getting better graphics and sound, and more choices?