Seeing as how most of us are gamers, I thought this discussion would be interesting to make. I'm sure we have all regretted a decision or two in our life as gamers. Whether that be buying a game, accessory, or anything else that totally sucked, or maybe even an experience with video games that altered your life in a negative way that you regret. For me personally, I wish I could have found a more suitable replacement for fun when I was younger other than video games. You know, something a bit more desired in the work force of society. I feel as though I've wasted a lot of time playing video games when I could have been doing something more productive. It's almost feels like it has become an addiction and I fight every day to stay away from them to get more productive things done, but at times I can't resist playing a game to get a quick feeling of accomplishment even though I realize later that it stands for nothing. I keep trying to tell myself that to help me resist video games and I feel like a smoker trying to quit cigarettes. I play almost a week straight of video games, take a break for a while saying I'm done for good, then jump back into the miserable cycle while procrastinating other things that need to be done. Sometimes I feel the only way out is to grab my Xbox360 and break it with a hammer. Maybe then I'll get some closure and finally feel free... So anyways, doesn't have to be this dramatic, it can be something as simple as "I regret buying Spider-Man 2 on the PS2 for $50" or "I regret selling my PSP". It can be anything. Go.