In the past, not too long ago, video games in comparison to today’s “inventions” seemed almost bleak. To modern-day gamers, older systems and games may seem simple and almost boring, whereas to the gamers of said time, the best and brightest technology was at their fingertips. Findings in gaming such as “Hyperspace,” a controversial tactic in which you could disappear from the game and reappear in a different location in a matter of seconds, was the pinnacle of gaming technology. However, as time moved on, new findings were introduced to the game world. As glitches were smoothed through and gaming became more and more seamless, technology too hold on the industry and introduced new consoles and games. As video games moved to PC form as well as other forms, the ideas and options became more limitless. With this is mind, I believe that with the technology we now hold, as well as the findings we obtain each day, we will soon be able to become more immersed in our games. We already have the technology to simulate our motions and actions, and soon, I believe that the gaming industry will find ways to fully submerse the gamer into the game. Not only will the actual games be able to be live-action, but the actual consoles will probably be absolutely tiny. We are coming to an age in which all of our devices are strangely small, and gaming consoles will be no different. Aside from this, I believe that in the more immediate future, more games will emerge in various fields and topics. There are games out there for everyone; from games about cooking to running your own zoo. The arrary in options will only continue to grow.