Previous generations look back on their childhood and remember long summer days spent playing football, riding bikes, chasing girls and kissing boys. Our generation look back on our childhood and remember getting up to close the curtains because the sun made it hard to see the TV screen.
Yep, growing up for us meant a lot of screentime, and a great deal of that was spent playing video games. Instead of grazed knees and scrumping for apples, we had Mario Kart 64 and The Sims. The key moments in our life were virtual, and though we almost certainy developed a Vitamin D deficiency, we had some damn good times.