Lately, I've played Baten Kaitos (GC), Tomb Raider (PS1), The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Tetris DS (NDS).

As for Baten Kaitos, I've almost played all the way until the place where I was when my memory card blew up. I've noted that playing games is much easier when you know what you're doing. =) The experience has so far been quite interesting, actually: This game certainly isn't tedious to repeat.

ALttP was something that I picked up from used games shelf some weeks ago. A long time ago, I failed to pick it up when one was available, and thought my luck would never repeat itself. It did. =) ALttP is a great game.

Tomb Raider has been quite fascinating. I have good hopes that I will actually be able to finish the game this year. I've been trying to fulfill this goal; it feels kind of silly that I bought the PC version of the game 10 years ago and I haven't finished it.

I also saw the first Tomb Raider movie. I was actually positively surprised, it wasn't as bad as I heard. Okay, clearly the makers hadn't played the games a whole lot, and there were a few background bits that even I noticed were wrong. But it wasn't completely awful in its execution. Lots of speed. A bit too few puzzle stuff. Beautiful locales. The only thing I didn't like was the end - I don't think the movie was wrapped up in an adequate way. But, you know, yawn, wonder where the real game-to-movie conversion is lurking. It sure is hiding good.

Tetris DS is... Tetris. I actually played it on Wifi in PanOulu network. (Still haven't found Linux softap stuff for the USB dongle. Apparently it simply doesn't exist yet. =)