Yep, I have an LG Dare. Its decent, but still no iPhone. Web-surfing is easy, especially checking email/news/facebook. Downside is that Verizon charges you $15 more a month. I am hoping that iphone comes to Verizon soon.
Recently it is Killzone 2. I wanted to love that game, but the controls pretty much ruined it for me. The graphics and sound are amazing, but the lack of configuration and laggyness of the controls make me not want to play it. I dont see why the developers would purposely make my character feel like he is a 400lb man with slow-a__ reflexes. When I move the analog to shoot someone, I dont want there to be delay/lag. It could have been such a great game for me.
No. Who would want to play on it? With the PSP, iphone, and DS out, why would anyone want to play on a black and white low resolution screen? It would be like traveling back in time and buying a slim, big screen version of the Gameboy. It would be pointless.
Thats a tough one. I would have to say DOOM/DOOM II. Sure Wolfenstein was the first good, True FPS game, but DOOM made the genre so much better and set the bar so high. Most FPS games that came out after DOOM were pretty much copy-cats. It was also the first online game I ever played. It was the coolest thing in the world to be able to play deathmatch with a buddy over dial up (56k modem). DOOM was the king for many years, until Quake came out. My runner up would probably be Half-life.
I can see it being somewhere in Europe, like Paris or Moscow. But most likely it will still be in the US and will probably be Vice City. Wasn't there a teaser at the end of GTA IV with Niko having a plane ticket to Vice City? Vice City would still be cool.
Soul Caliber III. I almost punched my best friend in the face because he kept beating me and would not stop trash talking. I have never played a fighting game with him since. So I guess fighting games in general really piss me off!