Another tough call. I currently play games on a PSP, PS2, Xbox, and the computer. I wouldn't give any one of 'em up either.
I love my PSP...great graphics, portable, great when someone's watchin' the t.v. and I want to play a game that's not on the computer.
I have always been a Sony-person, so I love my PS2 and the majority of my games are PS2s. I have many a fond memory with it and still play it as I still have about 20 games I haven't even started, a crapload that aren't finished, and some still bein' made that I want!
I bought my Xbox when there were tons of games comin' out I wanted that you had to play on either IT or a PS3. I couldn't afford a PS3...Hence the Xbox. I was warned in the store that as a Sony-ite, I probably wouldn't like the controller and I gotta say, those dudes were SO wrong. It's awesome. I don't have a connection on-line with it, so any on-line games are strictly through the computer. I enjoy the Xbox and look forward to buying the bazillion games on my Wish List for it! I have a few for it now, and so far I'm playin' two of 'em: Grand Theft Auto IV and Bioshock.
I would probably not buy a Wii mostly because I'm old-school and I can't see gettin' off my a$$ or breakin' a sweat to play a video game, lol...sorry, I'm old. I am seriously thinkin' about Rock Band: The Beatles....whatever system that's for though. The Nintendo DS isn't for me, because the games I like are a little more hard-core than what they offer there...and again...I'm old-school....A STYLUS?? Are you kiddin' me?! LOL To each his own though, and I'm always happy to talk to another gamer!
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