“Video games couldn’t kill foosball. In fact, its popularity is surging.”
So begins the summary for a Boston Globe article on the resurgence of foosball, an awful decades old game that’s surely going to bring about the end of video games with its casual feel, ancient design and non-digital controls.
I mean seriously, this archaic tabletop game doesn’t even have the HD graphics—how could it possibly be growing in this age of high technology?!
Yes, this is sarcasm. I happen to love foosball.