> Unless you like jabbing a stylus playing Cooking Mama then you should have
> bought a PSP. Driving games on the PSP absolutely smoke the DS, RPGs are far
> better (I have fallen head-over-heels for Crisis Core), and the homebrew scene
> kicks the ever living fuck out of the DS. I have emulators galore, movies to
> watch, awesome games...I've even written my own software for the PSP (my own
> port of SNES9x that sucked).
> Bear in mind I own both a DS and a PSP and after you play the umpteenth game
> where you stab the stylus the novelty wears off very quickly.
> I just bought an XBox 360 and that beats the snot out of my Wii as well. For
> whatever reason I forgot that Nintendo has been releasing systems for decades
> that had interactive games with the power pad, power glover, light gun, Robby
> the robot, Super Scope, etc. and none of them ever lasted for the simple reason
> that although innovative it quickly grows repetitive and boring. And given
> that, Nintendo's most entertaining systems/games for me haven't been the ones
> with gimmicky controls. SNES, best system ever, didn't need motion sensors to
> make me love their games. Who fell in love with Zelda, Mario, Starfox, Kirby
> and so forth because of the control scheme? Not me.
> My advice to you would be to return the DS, buy a PSP and mod it (easiest thing
> ever since it's all software). DS sucks graphically and unless you want to play
> Brain Academy all day the stylus doesn't have any great impact on entertainment