I feel really good. The feeling one gets when they do the right thing is like no other. I saw a young boy in Best Buy browsing the PS3 section while holding a wii game. Thinking to myself I wondered if really wanted to own a PS3 instead of a wii. I maned up and said "You have a PS3? He looks at me and says "Yeah". I press on and say "So why are you buying a wii game and not a game for your PS3?"
He tells me he has a younger brother and that his parents wanted him to play along with his sibling. I look at the wii game he is holding and give a light chuckle. It was Mario Kart. I told him that he and his younger brother could get a better experience with Medal of Honor, which was on sale, than any wii game. It is no CoD but it is a start.
He shows interest but doubts he could buy it since he isn't old enough. "No problem" I said. "I could buy it for you". That lead to my good deed of the day. Instead of buying myself a game I spent my money on a child knowing he got a hardcore experience with a real game.
I encourage you all to do good gaming deeds. Share stories if you have.