|Game Title||Colorful||Easy to Learn||Co-op||Result|
|Serious Sam (PC)||yes||yes, shoot everything that moves||yes||Explosively fun, but annoying to set up 2 computers every time.|
|Lego Star Wars (XBox 360)||yes||yes, destroy everything made of Legos||kinda yes||K's jumping/item gathering/killing skills are far superior, so I felt like the clumsy sidekick.|
|Okami (PS2)||yes, a painter's dreamland||no, my poor analog stick coordination prevented me from drawing even a simple circle||no||Single player only means K gets to watch me get frustrated and freak out when enemies arrive.|
Alas, it was too early for me to tackle multiplayer games. I first needed that sense of immediate accomplishment that could only be gained with baby step games like Brain Age and Phoenix Wright. I have finally reached a place where K and I can spend a quality evening at home together, gleefully slaying giant desert dragons and relieving them of various body parts. More on that later.