In light of the Mini NES, imagine if Sony made a Mini PS One...
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@Whoaness I have to agree with your sentiment on kids not having the patience to play more difficult games. I know a pair of boys from two different families. And they both have a popcorn mentality. If something isn't gratifying to them, they jump to play something else. And if they like something, but it becomes more harder. They'll jump ship to something else as well.
Now that doesn't apply to every kid out there. But for the chunk that does. It discourages personal growth. Makes buying non-mobile games for kids harder. And the popcorn mentality is not limited to games. But music teachers have also expressed the difficulty of teaching kids how to play instruments. As they're not at a point in their life they can be motivated enough to study and practice something rather complex for the long term.