Old-timers like me, who can relish the wonderful feeling of nostalgia when the game's tinny sound effects or simplistic level-design "tricks" carry us back to the salad days of Nirvana and Laserdisc, will garner some enjoyment from the game. But even then, the pervasive sense of antiquity is hard to overcome. Maybe it's just that this game, in particular, didn't hold up well, or maybe it's the genre -- FPS games tend to be half tech demo these days, anyway. Or maybe it's just that a game can be so old that the rift between it and modern culture is too great to overcome. Hell, you wouldn't want to ride to work in a horse-drawn carriage every day, wouldja?