I love my little nintendo DS. Or should I say, my big, chunky, light metallic-blue, slightly scratched, dirty screenprotectors-protected, original-style Nintendo DS.
I haven't felt the need to upgrade to the NDSLite. And the NDSi... ah, my eyes! The priiiiiice!
I never had the opportunity to own a gameboy of any sort, so it's my first handheld console, and I've had it for about... hm... two, maybe three years now, and I love it.
* Animal Crossing: Wild World (I STILL haven't collected everything! XD
* Brain Age
*Final Fantasy Chocobo Tales (the cuteness!)
* My French Coach (good for keeping up my French and helping me to absorb a few words)
* My Spanish Coach (a little explored, but would prefer to have a book or something to work with and then use the game as more of a guide. That being said, I've still learnt some decent Spanish from it!)
* My Chinese Coach (you may be able to tell by now that I like languages... actually I'm taking a Chinese course at the mo, so this is useful for practicing words.)
* Harvest Moon DS (love this series! Skipped the girl version of this as I didn't see the point; more money for a few changes... also Harvest Moon: Island reportedly has some issues with using the touch screen to move. I'm waiting for Harvest Moon: Shining Sun and Friends which has the cool features of Harvest Moon: Island without the problematic controls).
* Age of Empires: Age of Kings
* Catz (my brother got it for me. Nice for just some light gameplay and cuteness. The theme song cracks me up.)
* Super Mario DS (as I didn't get to play the one for the N64, this is perfect!)
* Dragon Quest: Rocket Slime (so dang fun!)
* Dragon Quest 4&5 (bought recently, still in the post. e_e Online trade so I hope they turn up soon...)
* Kirby: Canvas Curse (really different; beautiful graphics, but too short! T_T)
* Kirby: Squeak Squad (LOVE this. ^^ But I like Kirby anyway :D )
* Sonic Rush (fun, but I wonder how on EARTH I'm going to complete all those time trials.
So... does anyone else have an NDS? If so, what games do you have? ...Or do you even WANT an NDS?