I recently saw Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which was a pretty original movie. The absolute best part was the first 15 seconds, where they (spoiler alert) show a pixellated Universal logo and play an 8-bittified version of the Universal bumper theme. The tie-in video game also hearkens back to 8-bit roots. In contrast, I recently got Elemental: War of Magic which seems fun so far, but there are more knobs on the damn thing than a nuclear power station. It'll be a month before I even get the hang of it. Older games seemed to have a better balance between simplicity and fun. My personal favorite is River City Ransom. FOCUS: What's your favorite classic game, and why? RULES: I know we have people of varying ages here, but let's try to keep to actual classic games (e.g., Super NES or earlier). Console or arcade is fine.