...it's fun to have someone who you can all criticise and make fun of for some reason, but it's not cool.
Stop ganging up on Isukun now.
Sorry, Ozone. We were just having fun, and you're right, there's no need to gang up. But for you to understand that reason, you have to realize that this is a built up response to his history of ruining every Nintendo-related thread. I could start a thread about Metroid, Wii Fit, or Animal Crossing and they would all end this way. It's that irrational schoolboy mentality where a person thinks they can't like one thing (Sony) without hating its opposite. He's a grown man and should know better.
And Hawk, you kind of disappoint me with that little jab there. It seems less intelligent and mature than your usual responses. Especially since I'm not the one who went into the whole "my system is better than your system" bit.
You're right, I usually put more into a response than that, and you deserve better. But I'll admit it, I've just gotten tired of using rational discussion with you because you don't seem to respond to it. I would think a smarter person like you would let people just like what they like, but you keep proving me wrong thread after thread.
Sometimes I feel like there should be a "don't argue with Isukun" rule, because whenever these arguments come up they never actually go anywhere.
Very, VERY true. And sorry to dwell on it for slightly longer, but I just wanted to clear some things up. I really do want to discuss the DSi XL a little bit more now.
Like you, I've never really felt like the DS screens were too small. As a matter of fact, that was kind of an asset, in my opinion. The PSP's screen is bigger and nicer, but it's not quite pocket-friendly because of that fact. The screen size of the DSlite/DSi seems like the right amount of visual real-estate balanced with pocketability, and that's why I kind of question the DSi XL. I guess it wouldn't be an issue if I was still toting a backpack at college, though. I'd have poouches for stuff like that.
Being as you're considering the XL, Inkmonkey, do you have a different way of carrying around your gaming handhelds, or maybe do you more frequently play them at home?