Y2K aesthetic is definitely on the rise, especially now that the generation who were kids during the 90s/00s are old enough to nostalgiafag over it... Sure, I expect it to be bastardized to high heaven like all other retro aesthetics, but I think the 80s will never truly die. The 80s will keep getting milked for generations to come, even kids nowadays are nostalgiafagging over the decade, believe it or not.
>make art/music/games that actually pay homage to that time period instead of butchering it (what you should do)
Way ahead of you, I already posted some of my OC on this board. There's still much room to explore old aesthetics creatively.
>learning how to maek gaym
Nice, what are you studying at the moment?
>how are you preparing for the resurgence?
I simply don't think about it. I don't watch tv nor jewtube, and I don't have any kind of social media, so I rarely get exposed to such trends.
>I'm looking forward to more games with PS1 aesthetics, even though they will be completely devoid of soul.
What's the matter anon? Don't you like gigabyte-sized walking simulators made in Unity™? :^)
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