Might not hold true for us all, but most people will be able to enjoy some form of vacation this summer. So, if any, what games have you been focusing on so far this summer, and what games are you hoping to get back into/start before fall? Next fall looks no different than right now for me (work is work), but there are number of games I'm rotating between at the moment that I'm hoping to finish up over the next few months. For PS2, there's Wild Arms 4 (which I recently started and love already), Kingdom Hearts 2 (probably about half-way through it), Final Fantasy XII (been playing it since last fall and still hacking away), and Okami (which may or may not see completion anytime soon). I'm also planning to get back into/finish off Wild Arms Alter Code F since I'm about five hours from the end now. For Wii, I've got Super Paper Mario, Pokemon Battle Revolution, and Sonic and the Secret Rings going. Elebits is fun, but I can't see myself getting heavily back into anytime soon, and LoZ: Twilight Princess is something I'd like to beat someday, yet probably won't for some time now. In the end, since I've invested more time into it, I'll probably try to beat Okami first. On DS, there's Pokemon Pearl, which I'll probably keep hacking away at over the next few weeks until finally beating the E4. I just play it whenever I feel like it, and it's usually what I take along for roadtrips. As for the rest of my DS collection... I have many, many uncompleted games, so it's just a matter of picking which one I want to play next. I'd say out of any of my current system collections, PS2 is the one with the most lengthy, unbeaten titles, so I'll probably focus a bit more on them until I start getting through the pile a bit. I still have a few PS2 games that I've yet to even play, and that's something I'd very much like to rectify sooner than later. Since University I've just become rather bad at seeing one game straight through to the end before starting another. I generally strive to beat them all, it just doesn't happen all at once.