Time for some work from my girl. This is her interpretation of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. The kids like to return to games like this that they've finished to replay it, or get all the coins or trophies, or whatever. It's good that some games have replay value, because it doesn't take my boy long at all to complete a video game. He got Phineas and Ferb during the summer and was finished in just an afternoon. I think Lego Batman 2 took him 3 days to do the whole storyline, but he replays that game a lot, trying to gain access to new super heroes and super villains. Hubby, daughter and I were chatting and remembering what it was like when the male members of the family played the final level of Super Mario. It was so intense that the youngest player was physically quaking and vowed, after he beat it with his dad, never to play it again because it was so difficult. (That's too bad because hubby enjoyed the challenge.) My son just got some Pokemon-like game called Fossil Fighters and it looks like he won't be able to breeze through it like many of his others. Does that make it good or bad? We'll see.