Japanese game fan analyses how your wrapping style reflected your childhood and predicted your adult life.
Video gaming was very different back in the day. Games had instruction books. Consoles had audio/video jacks. And controllers had cords.
Cords were something to be especially conscious of if you had a Nintendo 64. Since the system had four controller ports right from the get-go, plus a huge lineup of multiplayer titles, odds are you had to keep one or more controllers out of the way when it wasn’t being used. But according to Japanese Twitter user @TaichaArtemis, wrapping up the