Today is National Computer Game Day, the day many people have been eagerly awaiting to see if there are any new games coming out that will bring them back to their favorite games of yesteryear.

While there are a few games that we may not be able to play as often as we used to, there are plenty of new titles coming out, so it is nice to see a few new ones being released as well.

There are quite a few old computer games that have been ported to new consoles and mobile devices, but there are some that still have a lot of staying power.

This infographic will help you decide which of the old and new computer games are worth a little more money today, and which are worth less.

The infographic below will give you some ideas on which of these old computer titles are worth it to buy, and some of the new ones worth a bit more.

New PC Game: Super Mario Galaxy 2 The new Super Mario World remake is coming out this summer, and you’ll be able buy a copy on the Nintendo eShop on July 15.

It was released in 1996, and it has a total of 5,957 points.

The new game is set in a post-apocalyptic world, and will have you playing as a robot, which is the main character of the game.

Old PC Game 1: Batman: Arkham Asylum This was released as a demo in 1997, and is one of the first games to have a downloadable content (DLC) version.

It has 4,868 points.

Classic PC Game 2: Doom This is one that has been around for years, and was a very popular first-person shooter game back in the 1990s.

It is a shooter game that has you controlling an armored robot, and has a lot more action.

You can buy Doom for $19.99 on the Wii U eShop, which makes this the fourth game to be ported to the Nintendo Wii U console.

It also comes with a downloadable DLC, which includes the entire first chapter of Doom.

Wii U Game: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed A racing game that had a number of notable players such as Bill Gates, Mark Wahlberg, and John Carmack on the list of developers that created the game, was released on the console in 2009 for the Wii console.

This game has 6,859 points.

It will be coming to the Wii eShop for $39.99.

Super Nintendo Game 1, Super Mario 64 This game was released for the Super Nintendo in 1998 for the Nintendo GameCube, and also for the Game Boy Color in 2003.

This is a classic Mario game that still holds up to this day.

Nintendo Wii Game 1 (Original GameCube), Super Mario Bros. 2 This is the first Mario game released on Nintendo’s handheld system.

It came out in 1998, and had a total score of 10,737 points.

This Mario game has been ported over to the 3DS eShop with a total value of 4,543 points.

If you like Mario games, you can get this game for $9.99, which means you get all 10 of the levels for the game for only $2.99 each.

3DS Game: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Edition A game that is a remake of the original Super Mario RPG, the Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky, is coming to 3DS this summer for $59.99 with the game included.

The game is an HD remake of The Legend Of Zelda: Wind Wakers, and features the same music as the original, and the game also includes the original Link costume and a Zelda costume, so you can have this game on your home console.

This 3DS version of The WindWaker HD is not only the most popular HD version of the Zelda series, but also the most expensive 3DS game to date.

It comes with an HD port of the whole game for a total cost of $179.99!

This game is the only one to have the HD port for this price.

PC Game: Final Fantasy XII The Final Fantasy game was ported to consoles in the late 2000s for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

It received a 5,632 point score, making it one of my favorite Final Fantasy games to date, but this game is not the only Final Fantasy to come out for the console.

There is a new Final Fantasy on the way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

XBOX One Game: Dead Space The Xbox One version of Dead Space is a great new game from Square Enix.

It features a new take on the classic Metroid series, and comes with new characters, missions, and story content.

This new game will cost $59,924, which you can see below.

Xbox 360 Game: Mass Effect Andromeda Mass Effect Andromeda is a massive game coming to Xbox One and Xbox