I've got a floppy drive sitting in the drawer next to me (I have no idea why I still have one). Not sure if I've got the connection ribbon lead thing in my odds and sods crate. But of course the motherboard has no ancient socket so that's all rather pointless.
Those were the good old days though. 1992's X Wing Wars fitted on all of 5 3.5" 1.44Mb floppy disks.
No interweb so no patching, it just worked in simple DOS 3.1 (or higher) on a 386 or higher CPU requiring a stunning 1 megabyte of RAM, and a hard disk. And the selling point - it was in VGA 256 colour only
Let's not forget the "fluid 3-D polygon graphics of Imperial and Rebel Alliance spacecraft", "searing laser blasts and fiery bitmap explosions!"
Even better was the activation process. Load the game, be confronted by a protocol droid (with guard present to check you aren't an imperial spy!), and match the displayed graphic to the different ones printed in the starfighter pilot manual, to give you a code. Much more exciting than just typing some random serial code printed on the back of a bit of paper or sent by email