I figure that most of us here are practiced to the point of being able to pick up any game and figure the basics out in a few minutes. It's odd how after a while (I'm sure most of us don't remember the exact point that this happened) you take for granted the ability to navigate two thumb sticks, for example. Some people are still completely turned off of modern gaming because nearly every game now requires massive amounts of simultaneous controlling of two sticks moving independently. Plus the other inputs happening at the same time. And besides just the control aspect, the "game" part of the games themselves are filled with laws and familiar bits that veterans can truly sense and adapt to instantly. This isn't true for lots of people. Or maybe you took to it naturally! Discuss.