BBUS Video Game Library (2/1/2019)

BBUS System and Game Library Page


Everyone has a passion – Mine is Technology.  There are times when I am not in front of a computer, a phone or a TV.  Most of this time is spent working, or spending quality time with aquaintences, friends, family or colleagues.  When I am not doing these things, you will mostlikely find me playing games that I liked when I was younger.  I had an Atari 2600, then a Sega Genesis, Then a PlayStation, Then a PlayStation 2, followed by an XBOX 360, a Wii, an XBOX One, and most recently (2018) a Nintendo 2DS and a Nintendo 2DSXL.  When I was about 13, there were games I used to play on the NES, the Super NES, Intellivision, and the PC.  The Nintendo 2DS/3DS allows me to play games that were not available back in 1985 through the 2000’s.  When this system came out, I was able to acquire, through the Gamestop and the Internet, games that I liked to play on the NES/SNS/Gameboy Systems. These games give me a challenge, and help me with my Eye Hand Coordination as well.

I list here all of the current systems I have, or games I own.  Included in this, is a listing of all the accessories for these systems.  I take PRIDE in the ownership of these devices, and YES, I DO play games, I am just VERY selective what I play, when I play it, and who I play with.


Why am I selective about who I play with and what I play?  This is because of the fact that the online community can be really rude, disrespectful and childish when they lose a game, or they CHEAT online, ruining it for everyone else. These individuals populate all services: Xbox Live, PSN or the Nintendo Network.   I stand up for those who are NEW and who are in it to LEARN to play the game the fun way, and I don’t care how many times I am killed, I just want to have fun and LEARN, and GROW as I hit objectives.  Having a disability, I am keenly aware that some players are better than others, and I accept that:  BUT when you have people who sometimes degrade you online, the fun to play goes away, and you make decisions on when, what and who to play.  If you are going to play, be respectful of EVERYONE in your Party, and  remember, CHILDREN DO use these services, so being respectful of everyone is important.  Cursing and inappropriate talk during a chat session CAN GET YOU BANNED – So Be Careful!


If you stop and think about it for a second, we have ALL probably cheated to get ahead, or to get a better grade, or a better score during a game.  Cheating allows a person to get ahead of others in an UNFAIR way, making game play impossible sometimes.  These cheaters make mods to systems, games, or files that give them INCREDIBLE abilities that they would NOT have otherwise.  If you play online, and you are a NEWBIE, this can be ridiculous, because If someone is KILLING YOU from everywhere, the game quickly loses favor.  Cheating ONLINE is wrong – activating a cheat is an UNFAIR advantage, that developers and players DO NOT look kindly upon, and using these Cheats, or “Glitches” can make you QUITE UNPOPULAR.  My View is:  IF you want to activate a cheat, DO IT ON A CAMPAIGN or SINGLE PLAYER GAME – Leave the cheat OFF if you are online – If you want to use a cheat to get the hang of a game, use it, OFFLINE, then TURN OFF the cheats for online play.  Cheating is NOT fair: I wont play with cheaters, and I DONT use glitches to an unfair advantage online – PERIOD!  Cheating ONLINE has NO benefit.  Cheating OFFLINE is different, because the only person or game affected is anyone playing it on your LOCAL console!


I list the CURRENT games I am playing and on what systems I play them on below.  Currently have 4 systems (2 Nintendo DS/2DSXL) an XBOX 360, and an XBOX One.  If you are still interested in possibly adding me to your “friends list”  after reading this, be advised that I WILL BLOCK anyone added to my friends list if they cause trouble for me or my guests playing games online.  I WILL NOT risk my online account access because of an encounter online, as family members use my systems as well as myself.


People may ask:  What is the difference between a Nintendo DS, a Nintendo 2DS, and a 3DS?  This is simple.  The 2DS is the Nintendo Handheld that was an UPGRADE from a Nintendo DS, or DSSi or DS  Lite.  It is the cheaper of the 2 current handhelds Nintendo makes, costing anywhere from $59-79.  The 2DS is NOT a clamshell handheld, meaning that it is one continuous non-folding, NON 3D system.  The 2DS was released because children playing the system were getting headaches and having issues dealing with the 3D effects of the 3DSXL – The 3DS and 3DSXL are the 3D handhelds – They have a slider that enables the player to use the 3D effects.  They cost about $100 more for the 3D Version.

a 2DSXL is the 2D version of the 3DSXL  – It does NOT have any 3D at all, and as such, costs about $50 less.  Any DS or 3DS game can be played on a 2DS or 2DSXL – The system is a “clamshell” system, meaning that it can be folded up and placed in a hard case.  There ARE some games that NEED the 3D effects, but a 2DSXL will work if money is tight.


Xbox One and Xbox 360 are Nice to have, and I have a lot of fun with these games.  However, I want to be able to share my love of video games with my younger nieces and nephews.  A LOT of the games on Xbox that I play are “E” or Higher, because I love the shooting or driving games. strategy games and games that are rated “M.”  These games are NOT appropriate for younger players, and I want to have games that are non-violent and safe for younger players.  The Nintendo 2DSXL is an affordable alternative, and has a library of games I KNOW would be safe for them to play.  This way, if I want to play with them, then I would just pop in a game they play, and we could play on two consoles or share one console.  It is also easy to transport, should I visit them while they are with Grandparents 😉  I also like a GREAT NUMBER of games in the Nintendo Library, and you CAN Homebrew it to play other games, if you know what you are doing, and where to get the games.

My Current Playlist:

Nintendo 2DSXL:  Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, Bump and Jump, Tetris, Tetris 2

XBOX 360:  Forza Motor Sport 4, Price is Right: Decades, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune

XBOX One:  Call of Duty MW3, Centipede, Millipede, Forza MotorSport 6, Forza Motorsport 7, Doom, Duke Nukem 3D:WT, Call of Duty: Legacy Edition, Madden ’17, Madden ’18, Madden 25, NHL ’17, Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man 256, Galaga, Galaxian, Dig-Dug, Asteroids, Atari Collections.




Nintendo 2DS [BLUE] (Stock)

Nintendo 2DS XL [TEAL AND BLACK] (HomeBrewed)

GAMES (45)

Game ROMS (35)

Game Boy Advance Titles (9)

NES Titles (10)

SNES Titles (10)

Digital Titles (7)

Game Cards (10)

Super Street Fighter 4

Mario Kart 7

Sonic: Classic Collection

Space Invaders Extreme

Super Smash Brothers

New Super Mario Brothers 2

Ultimate NES Remix

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon

Resident Evil: Revelation

Call of Duty: MW3


Hard Shell Carry Case for 2DS XL

Soft Shell Carry Case for Nintendo 2DS XL

Memory Card (4GB – 2DS)

Memory Card (4GB – 2DSXL)

Memory Card (16GB – 2DSXL – Archive)

Memory Card Adaptor (Sandisk) for SD Cards

Action Replay Pro for Nintendo 2DS and 3DS XL

USB Charge Cable and Plug

Nintendo Power Plugs (2)


Battlefield 3

Call of Duty: Classic

Call of Duty 2

Call of Duty 3

Call of Duty:  Advanced Warfare

Call of Duty: Black Ops

Call of Duty: Black Ops II

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Forza Motorsport 4



LA Noire: Deluxe Edition

Madden NFL ’15

Medal of Honor: Airborne

Monster Jam

The Price is Right: Decades

Rainbow Six: Vegas


Battlefield 1

Star Wars: Battlefront

Call of Duty: Advanced Warefare

Call of Duty: Legacy Edition (Infinite Warfare / Modern Warfare W/ Guide)

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Call of Duty: Black Ops II

Call of Duty: Black Ops III

Call of Duty World War II (With Guide)

DOOM (2016 Edition With Guide)

Duke Nukem 3D World Tour

Forza Motorsport 6

Forza Motorsport 7

Madden NFL ’17

Madden NFL ’18

Madden NFL 25

Monster Jam: CRUSH It!

NBA Live ’14

Need for Speed Rivals: The Complete Edition

NHL ’17

Project Cars: Game of the Year Edition

RBI Baseball 2016


Ryse: Son of Rome


Wolfenstein: The New Order

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood


Cables and Batteries for XBOX One Controllers

Turtle Beach X12 Headset (Wired: XBOX 360)

Karma Gaming and Chat Headset (Wired: XBOX One)

XBOX One Chatpad for Online Interaction

Astro Gaming A40 Headset With Astro M80 Mixamp (Wired:, XBOX One: but more portable then the Karma)

Xbox One Controller (Old Style: No 3.5 Plug)

Xbox One Controller (New Style: 3.5 Plug

Xbox One ELITE Controllers (2) and Backup Batteries

Component Kit: Forza Motorsport Style for Elite Controller

XBOX Controller Charging Station With 2 USB Ports for Charging accessories

XBOX One Carry Case

Western Digital 3TB External Drive: (Storage for Games ONLY)