Also, my parents said I could get a game back in the day. I was obsessed with Pokemon in 1999/2000 as any 5-6 year old would be. I picked Pokemon Snap for the N64. I took it home and I played it and didn't understand what the game was or what I was supposed to be doing. I think I beat it, and just kept replying it or re-doing missions and I wasn't sure if the game was working. I asked my parents to help but they didn't understand the point either. I didn't know games could be like that or that things like Snap could even be considered games.
That was back in the day when you could actually return games let alone bad ones, so I returned it that day and the guy at the store who clearly didn't play games was trying to figure out what was wrong with it because lots of others were returning it too. I think my parents said "it didn't work" hahaha. Looking back thats a really funny exchange between a 6 year old, his confused parent, and a confused Wal-Mart employee.
We exchanged it for Star Wars Episode 1 Pod Racer which brought my step sisters and I years and years of sheer enjoyment. Amazing game.