TLDR: Is there a genre, franchise or platform that you've played, that you no longer play anymore because of changing tastes? Street Fighter II was not only genre defining, it was industry and lifestyle defining. It completely set the stage for head-to-head play at arcades, how the industry reacted and developed games. Gave millions of people a reason to stand around, socialize and play games together at a time when 16-bit consoles were coming of age and there was no such thing as the internet as we know it today. So when news broke that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now the best-selling fighting game, like ever, beating out Street Fighter II, I took notice. On top of beating out one of my favorite games of all time, it also took the title of being the best-selling fighting game series with 53.03 million sold. I hung out at arcades for hours a day playing Street Fighter II. I grew up in the same hood with the Legendary Tomo. It was a big deal when SNES carts hit 16 Mb just to support SF2. I bought the import version, paid double just to play it a month before the US. I loved SF2. I also bought the import version of Smash Bros. for Nintendo 64. I enjoyed playing it and at the time, no one I knew had any clue as to what it was so after a few play-throughs I was done with it, until it was released here. Then all my friends were playing it and it led to years of couch co-oping good times. Now, present day, I don't play fighting games anymore. I think in my age, my brain and reflexes just aren't what they used to be. My tastes have also changed a lot. Which leads me to wonder what games my fellow Insiders have played a lot but don't play so much anymore? A specific genre or franchise? Maybe, you've gone from console to PC like I have. I'd love to hear your tales.