Let's say you and your ex-playstation games mate run into each other in an internet cafe, which you haven't seen each other for a long time. Catching up with one another with this conversation:
- Buddy: hello there mate! What have you been up to? I haven't seen you for ages.
- You: nothing much, just got here to research an article
- Buddy: are you not playing computer games now? Man, you are missing a lot of great games, enjoyable and unparalleled games.
- You: yeah, I can say that, as it has always been... from our childhood years and then on.(talks about enjoyable and unparalleled)
Did I use the phrase correctly according to the situation? I googled this already, but none of them are accurate and answer my question.