Correct, digging into personal history again! I want to know about your gaming experiences with family. 20+ years in a home with consoles and the PC, I've had plenty. My mom, is not a gamer. She still swears by Super Mario Bros., makes sure I keep it available for her to play when she wishes. Beyond that, its Bejeweled and that is the finish line. My dad is probably most responsible for my habit. Taught me about games back on a Commodore, I remember watching him sink hours into Red Baron and Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator. Introduced me to RTS. When he wasn't home for a while I remember schooling the old man on Rogue Spear online, one of our favorite games. Most memorable was high school though, when I got my hands on a PS2. My old man LOVED Medal Of Honor: Frontline, played the hell out of it. And before he got sick, I remember him waking up for work an hour or two early so he could play Grand Theft Auto undisturbed. As far as my brother, things have evolved over the years. We have come a long way since that day I had my nose broken over a game of Scrabble (brotherly love...). When we were younger, my brother had an affinity for racing games, me, I hated them. I can remember all those times I couldn't play a game because he was in the middle of some 600 lap endurance race that couldn't be turned off, or saved in the middle. We've moved on from that though, now actually passing recommendations and tips to each other. As much as my brother hated some of the games I played though, I could always count on him to help me out if a part was to hard for my younger mind to solve. How long would it have taken me to beat Resident Evil 3 without him to solve the stupid water plant puzzle, who knows? This is just a bit of what I've had going on for many years, I'm slightly curious as to what the rest of you have.