Sword and Sworcery - I only played through the first level of this game so far since it is very involved for a iOS title. By invloved, I mean it sucks you in. You want to hear, see and experience the game competely, so it's not a game to play in short spurts.
Tiny Wings - I always go back to it (Even though I spent a considerable amount of time with it to writ the guide - http://guides.ign.com/guides/101584/ )
Continuity 2 - Think puzzle piece Portal. Run your guy from point A to B by moving him to and from puzzle pieces to find the correct route. I jsut downloaded this one so I'm not sure how good it is yet.
LittleBigPlanet - I lve being able to customize my experience and sackboy is awesome. This is a great title for anywhere and with any crowd so I'm sure to spend some quality time with it.
God of War: Ghosts of Sparta - I am more than halfway through this title and it has been a blast. I only play it from save point to save point but I love having it on the go.
Lego: Pirates of the Carribean - I bought this game with leftover trade-in credit at Gamestop because I wanted a 3DS game to play. So far, I like it. I like the Lego games. Though the style of the games have not changed much over the years, they are still fun.
Kirby's Dreamland - That's right baby! Man i loved this game as a kid and am so glad to have it on the 3DS virtual console. I haven't started it up yet but it will likely be the game I progress the furthest in this weekend.
So, that's my list of games I will likely be spending most of my time with this weekend. I love the opportunity to foucs on different gaming platforms and traveling really lets me do that. Is it a little overkill to have all these portable systems? Maybe, but I sure do enjoy the depth of gaming options.
What will you be doing this July fourth weekend?