First, Tomoyo uses a camcorder. Nobody uses a camcorder now. It is an obsolete piece of hardware.
Second, cellphones doesn't have any screen. It is outdated.
Third, no internet.
If Sakura did all her magical stuff on the streets now, it would all end up over the internet. As everybody has a cellphone with camera, and every corner has security cameras.
You don't understand what it means for a work to age well or not. It's more about how good it looks and how good the story is in comparison to later works, not whether the technology on display is obsolete, or whether later advancements would make it difficult for the events portrayed to happen.
CCS aged well because it was made at a time before all those things existed. And the upcoming Sakura sequel is going to suck hard because they're forcing smartphones into it.
OP is an idiot, as usual.
>I'm not OP
>they were wrong so clearly its not me
You gotta wear the mask the whole time OP or people will notice.
So by your logic, every show doesn't age well. Even a show you watch today full of shitty smartphones and internet references will be obsolete 20 years from now since it doesn't have the later technology references.
Not even CCS threads are safe from trolling anymore...
>CCS aged badly because it used technology which was current at the time
>not knowing that something being labelled as 'dated' is due to things such as exploring themes which are no longer relevant in current society, picked a design theme which was far too specific to its era, or its use of pop culture references haven't aged well
OP is a moron.
The focus in CCS is the slice of life story about relationships and growing up, not the card capturing. Way to miss the point of the show.
>Do you hate period pieces?
90's technology like the VHS is timeless comfy.