" Well, if it wasn't popular, would that make it a main launch? (talking about 3ds, not gameboy micro) "
I'm not sure what GS_Dan meant by "main", but the way I interpreted it was a hardware launch that wasn't merely a hardware revision like the GB SP or Micro, but an actual next iteration to the previous system. Its popularity is irrelevant. "
Yup, that's what I meant. The 3DS hasn't grabbed my attention whatsoever. I hope that those who buy it enjoy it though, I have nothing actually against the system.
I'd say the Go, but you have no internet. PSP is cheap as chips and a great back-up media player. There are some awesome 'real' games on it too, holding up a lot better technically than the DS. You wouldn't feel ripped off by a DS though (can't speak for the 3DS...).