For those of us with siblings we had to learn the terrible practice of sharing as children, and if you're like me and have more than 5 siblings then you probably shared so much that you hardly got to hold your own stuff. In the early days when there was only 3 of us and I was the youngest we had a Sega Genesis, it was the best! We got it as a holiday present and we loved it dearly. but the problem--I was the youngest. I did alot more watching and "waiting for my turn" then I did playing. When my brother left us though, my sister and I got a lot more play time and they discovered that I was kick-ass using Knuckles. When my brother came home it was actually alot better, because everyone testified to the fact that I was good, really good at the game, he'd let me play a lot more often then. (there were plenty of save slots, I dont know why I wasn't allowed my own before that :?) and we used to play at night when we were supposed to be asleep. Working together as Sonic and Tails my brother and sister had nearly beat the game. But my parents--namely my dad, got mad at us and sold it. I found out later that he was going to just destroy the machine but my aunt convinced him to sell it instead. *sigh* Fortunately I was able to buy a Sega Genesis and Sonic 2, 3 and Sonic + Knuckles a little while ago and have been enjoying the nostalgic memories of my child hood. Anyway, I got a little off topic with my own topic, lol, but the point is, I'm, asking about sharing games and having others share games with you. My oldest brother is supposed to share but when ever he gets something new he hogs it all for a long time, then lets us play with according to his rules. I have invited all my siblings to share my video games and I always let them play whenever they ask but they rarely play unless I initiate it. My younger siblings (theres a bunch) love to play video games but I have to be very careful letting them play because our parents will say they're playing too much and may actually destroy the games in front of them as a part of one of their weird lessons.