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The only reason we would go back and do a 'super classic' kind of product is if a whole bunch of people internally...
Yeah never mind the gamertards out there waving their dads wallets at you begging you to empty them.
All their products should be thought of as experiments with a shelf life.
Whomever put the laser disk in the time capsule thought they were being all futuristic and stuff.
Then can you tell me what data storage method will still be in use in 50 or 100 years time? Without "being all futuristic and stuff".
Not everything needs to be preserved for future historians
With respect, what is and what isn't worth preserving is up to future historians to decide. A bit chicken and eggish but there you are.