Anywho, I've also got a DSi. I was quite jealous of Abu's DSi (that I got her for Christmas), that I had to have my own.
She plays hers almost daily, mostly playing..... *cough*..... *ahem*....... that one game she's quite embarrassed for liking.
But I was quite jealous of her DSi playing whenever she would play Flipnote Studio (a free DSiWare "app" where you make... flipnote movies).
But when I got my own DSi, I found myself not making as many Flipnotes as I did on her DSi. Maybe because I exhausted my ideas onto her DSi?
Whatevers. I love my DSi (though not as much as she loves her DSi). I play my little DSiWare games whenever I'm bored, I use the DSi Web Browser whenever I don't feel like waiting an eternity for my computer to start up, and occasionally I mess around with mynotebook or flipnote studio.
Though, I am playing my PSP a lot more now. Along with all the other stuff, Abu also got my hooked up with YuGiOh 5ds Tag Force 4. What most people can't gather from me, is that though I love video games, I love trading card games almost as much, if not the same. I have an addiction to them.
However, I've always had a thing against the YuGiOh card games for one thing: Life Points are hard to calculate when you start shoving in extra 0's in an attempt to make the game bad arse. It's simple mathematics, but a game can slow down once you and the other player are checking back and forth how much Life Points really was removed because you might've ignored one of the 0s.
So the best solution was to put them in a video game. ...because I sure as hell wasn't going to take out a calculator.
...it also saves me a hell of a lotta' money... darn decks and booster packs always kill my wallet.
But yeah, been playing the game a lot... trying to get a darn theme going on.
You start off with a water deck, and it works wonders. But using the same cards from the beginning deck gets boring for me... I want to find my own strategy, not depend on the game to hook me up with the best strategy ever in the get-go. It makes a player lose a lot of individual-love for their deck.
But it's friggin' hard to get a theme going when you always get ALL THE CARDS FOR A THEME except for that SINGLE CARD that would've made it work smoothly... or even worse WHEN YOU GET ALL THE CARDS THAT WERE PERFECT FOR THE THEME but you simply don't have enough of each one... having only like 1 of each card is ridiculous if you want a great working theme. Some cards need doubles.
It's even harder when EVERY OPPONENT HAS A PEERRRRFEECTLY THEMED DECK. So all you do is win out of luck or lose awfully when their strategy works like magic. ... gwar... I just try to get as many BP (the game's currency) just so I can buy more booster packs...
Thank goodness this isn't real money. I remember doing this for Pokemon *glances at box full of Pokemon TCG cards*...
Blah blah blah... but yeah...
I've been wanting to play Wii Fit Plus, but my Balance Board broke after a year of no use (seriously 3rd parties: release more games that use the Balance Board EFFECTIVELY... not this cheap crap). Thankfully, Nintendo's amazing customer service hooked us up with a nearby place where we could bring in our Balance Board to get fixed.
Aaaaand... what else?
Oh yeah. Can't wait for Mass Effect 2! Can't wait for Tatsunoko vs Capcom! Can't wait for Monster Hunter Tri! Can't wait for Foto Showdown! Can't wait for Monster Rancher DS! Can't wait for all these other games that I forgot! I also can't wait until I have money to buy the games I didn't have money to buy at the time!
"Is that all you do? Play video games?"
No. I also eat, sleep, go to the bathroom, browse the internet, watch tv, hang out with my dogs, mess with my phone, read books occasionally, cook sometimes, watch movies, rent movies, doodle, go shopping, start interesting conversations, go on dates, and make love to my girlfriend. You? That's right, piss off.
I just happen to like video games a lot.
I am however, on break. No school for me this semester. Not til' Spring anways...