If real life was a PlayStation One-era Japanese role playing game

Matt Hawkins Contributing Writer, Video Games

Those unfamiliar with how real life minutia was portrayed in PlayStation One games like Final Fantasy 7 need not apply, sorry.

But for the rest of you, the following hits it on the head with much success. The long load times, the exaggerated walking, the sudden loss of frames of animation, plus everyone just standing around, looking friend, but saying semi-threatening things. Oh, let’s not forget just walking into other people’s homes and just rummaging through their stuff; it’s all there…

Reminds me of College Saga. The above shows JRPGs in their primordial state, and the following is the same, but also a reminder of how YouTube first started…

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