Let's see... Pikmin: It might be easy for many, but I was only able to find 6 pieces of the ship. And I love the game. Rogue Leader: Got to mission 6. Not even with cheats can I advance. Resident Evil: If I don't have my FAQ with me, I simply can't do anything in it. What's with the weird controls? Metroid Prime: Don't have a clue about what to do. And either I remember about my GF's birthday and phone number or try to remember the controls for it. Now, about the games, I dig: Burnout: It's so simple! accelerate, brake, turn! Mario Party 4: So simple, even my friends can play it. Super Monkey Ball: Point and move. It's that simple. Unreal Torunament: Don't come near me or I'll frag you. In no time flat. My point is, I might be completely alone in thinking games are TOO TOUGH! Hey, I remember Pac-Man, Battlezone and Tron Deadly Discs. Those games used one joystick and one button to do their thing, and they did it right. Hey, Unreal Tournament is pretty easy too - point, click, shoot, change weapons. The big deal is in the strategy you follow - not in how many buttons you can memorize (or sequences of buttons, as in Street Fighter). Bottom line - I guess I'm too old for the new videogame craze. But, hey! At least the Gamecube now caters to my taste of simple, yet fun games. You can't believe the fun to be had with MP4, SMB or Tennis 2K2 and a bunch of your best friends... even when we are all approaching or exceeding 30 years old.