Admit it. If you're shelling out at least $500 for Apple's latest touch-screen toy, you're going to want it to do more than just read e-books and watching the paltry selection of HTML5 videos on YouTube. You are going to want it to be able to play games. No, it's never going to be able to compare to a console. But for a few minutes here and there of casual, sit-anywhere entertainment, it's a decent solution. And the touch screen means you won't need to worry about dragging around controllers.