My first ever device, I remember playing Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon on it.
In 2005, my mother bought me my first handheld gaming device, the Gameboy Advance SP. My first game for the system was Pokémon Fire Red Version.
I got a Polar White DS Lite as a hand-me-down from my older brother when he didn't want it anymore. I used it to play Pokémon games mostly.
My family got a Wii for Christmas, and I started playing Wii Sports, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Super Mario Galaxy, and many more popular Wii titles. This is when I really got into gaming.
My old one broke after I spilled iced tea on it, so I bought a new one, this time in the color Crimson Black.
This was my first instance of online gaming. I didn't do much online gaming though. I mostly replayed PS1 games and Uncharted.
I got my first phone in sixth grade. After I got on the honor roll of my middle school my mother agreed to pay for a plan. It was a red flip phone that could do basically nothing compared to phones today.
I used this as an alternative to my crappy flip phone to message people, browse the web, and use apps... all I needed was some WiFi.
I got this system just in order to play Pokémon X, but I ended up getting a whole bunch of games for it. It got stolen later on in the year.
My old one finally broke, so I bought a new one that I still use today.
This was my first smartphone,and my current phone. Though it's a little scratched, it still works great.
When I got my 3DS stolen, I wanted to find a cheaper alternative to play all of my games. I wasn't particularly tied to the 3D function so I settled for the 2DS.
A hand-me-down from my brother when he graduated high school. It was very old and it didn't run very good. It was my first laptop. It is currently still at my house, unused since I got my new laptop.
I wanted to play Smash with a C-Stick, and wanted Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, so I upgraded to a New 3DS.
I bought this laptop because my old one was in serious disrepair, and I wanted to buy a much better one than the old one. The full product name is