So far we've got Starfox 64, Ocarina of Time, and Majora's Mask (that we can't play because we don't have an expansion pack yet ;__; the local gaming store is going to get them in eventually). I suppose I could start a file of Ocarina of Time -- I played a bit of the 3DS version but stopped at the Water Temple. I kind of got bored by then and never picked it up again.
I think he wants to pick up Super Smash Brothers sometime. That'd be fun. I reallllly want a copy of Melee though but I don't know if the Gamecube we have is in the condition to run any games. It stops playing Tales of Symphonia like a minute after I load it, and I haven't tested out Windwaker in awhile to see if it's just ToS or the Gamecube itself. :(
My roommate bought Skyrim again for the 360 to get the DLC, so I could also play that. He got a copy of it for the PC during the Steam summer sale and he was like "omg the graphics are so bad on the 360". Sometimes I envy his gaming PC. My laptop doesn't even have a graphics card, so I don't usulaly buy games. I just have Terraria (which will lag a bit if I play full-screen lol) and Plants vs Zombies.
I've been up to talking your ear off about games but not playing them. :p Lately I've played the DS port of Chrono Trigger. I wanted a challenge so I started a new file. After so long playing with my New Game+ file it's kind of shocking to actually lose battles.
If I have the spare cash sometime I want the new Kingdom Hearts game for the 3DS. But lately my finances have been screwy so I have no idea when I'd actually have the spare money. Medical bills suuuuuuck. (I miss the days when I was still covered by my mom's Tricare.)
I'm the opposite, video games keep me occupied when I am burnt out from the Internet. I really need to game more. My roommate has a N64 now, maybe I should find some games for that when I have spare money.