I have a shelf full of classic board and card games. Some of them are older than me. They need no power, didn’t cost all that much when they were new, and will probably outlive me. I still play them; you just can’t beat the feel of good heavy carved chess pieces in hand, or racing around a nice wood Cribbage board. I also have a shelf that contains some old classic PC games like Myst, Riven, Quake, and Doom. These go back to Windows 3.1, 95, and MS-DOS. They cost meaningful amounts of money, and they have been collecting dust because I don’t feel like buying Windows just so I can play these on my good PC.