If you like old games, life is good in 2013. We have digital access to a wide library of retro titles ranging from NES classics to random Japanese imports like Makeruna Makendo 2. Services like the Virtual Console and PlayStation Network allow us to re-play old games without rummaging through our closets for the Super Nintendo cables.
But as convenient as they are, these platforms could use some improvements. And as we continue to hear about the next PlayStation and the next Xbox—codenamed Orbis and Durango, respectively—I hope that console-makers Sony and Microsoft take at least a little bit of time to improve the way they let us play old games.