i didn’t study today because…

I was too busy playing Elite Beat Agents on my DS Lite.  I know.  I'm bad.  But I just couldn't help it.  It was too addictive.  So addictive that I already beat the game.  At least that means I won't be playing it instead of studying anymore.  But then again, there's the Japanese version, which I have but haven't beaten yet.  I'm so screwed.  This game reminds me of just why I love my DS Lite so much.  It's a game that not-so-good-at-video-games me can play without too much struggling.  Basically, you're "elite beat agents" and you go around pumping out beats to different songs to save people from various situations such as a babysitting nightmare and a speed freak cab driver.  How well you do in following the beats (which you tap out with your stylus) determines how the story goes.  Screw up too badly and you lose and don't save the day.  Do well and you save the day.  It's great.  And it also has a versus mode so I can pwn my husband at it whenever I feel like it.  I'm sure hoping they come out with more games like this one because it's now one of my favorite DS Lite games!

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