A milestone or a coming of age?

Well I leave to go back to another year of college in a few days, and as I was going through the stuff that I needed to bring back, I decided that my PSP was not one of them. The last game I bought for the PSP was LittleBigPlanetPortable and I enjoyed the game a good amount, never got into the creating though because the screen was too small and I really felt I could do things a lot quicker with keyboard and mouse but anyways. Of course there are games that I wouldn't mind to play but just have no yearning to go and spend a certain amount of money to play it, maybe all of this would be different if I had various friends who had a PSP and I could socialize with them as I played a game, but the reality of the situation is the majority if my close friends don't really play games of any kind or play them regularly. This is very much a bummer as my steam friends account is still at zero, I am still waiting to find one of my friends who plays games on a regular basis. But enough of that back to the topic on hand. I decided that I didn't need my PSP with my at college, and I am not looking back, I guess the time I actually spent on it while I was at college wasn't enough. But still to me this is a key moment, I have moved passed the PSP and its poor catalogue of games (people will try to say otherwise but you just don't have a lot of impressive games on the PSP, GoW is the most impressive and no one has even touched that realm really yet) maybe the PSP2 will have a better life if it can play a back catalogue of PS2 games and has two analog sticks and is better than the PS2 but I guess we will have to see until that game comes. 
Well I guess this is it for this aimless rambling, sorry to subject any of you to this specific kind of writing, it is just ramble-writing. 
Peace, 
pyromaster222

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Well I leave to go back to another year of college in a few days, and as I was going through the stuff that I needed to bring back, I decided that my PSP was not one of them. The last game I bought for the PSP was LittleBigPlanetPortable and I enjoyed the game a good amount, never got into the creating though because the screen was too small and I really felt I could do things a lot quicker with keyboard and mouse but anyways. Of course there are games that I wouldn't mind to play but just have no yearning to go and spend a certain amount of money to play it, maybe all of this would be different if I had various friends who had a PSP and I could socialize with them as I played a game, but the reality of the situation is the majority if my close friends don't really play games of any kind or play them regularly. This is very much a bummer as my steam friends account is still at zero, I am still waiting to find one of my friends who plays games on a regular basis. But enough of that back to the topic on hand. I decided that I didn't need my PSP with my at college, and I am not looking back, I guess the time I actually spent on it while I was at college wasn't enough. But still to me this is a key moment, I have moved passed the PSP and its poor catalogue of games (people will try to say otherwise but you just don't have a lot of impressive games on the PSP, GoW is the most impressive and no one has even touched that realm really yet) maybe the PSP2 will have a better life if it can play a back catalogue of PS2 games and has two analog sticks and is better than the PS2 but I guess we will have to see until that game comes. 
Well I guess this is it for this aimless rambling, sorry to subject any of you to this specific kind of writing, it is just ramble-writing. 
Peace, 
pyromaster222