To be perfectly honest, I'm posting this because I'm entering a contest at largerfamilies.com to get a free Leapster 2. Here is the post if you are interested in entering (you must have a blog).
That said, this is a pretty good topic anyway.
We don't let our kids have video games. My ex-husband and lots of other adult-child idiots I have known in my life have played far too many video games, causing their brains to rot.
TV is bad enough, and we zone out on far too much of that, anyway.
Aron doesn't play them and never has. I'm not a fan, either. I have Diner Dash and Chuzzle on my computer, and those are addictive enough. Do those count since we don't have Nintendo or X-Box or Atari (haha!).
When my kids' friends come over with their DS thingies, we don't let them play those at our house.
Educational stuff is different. Our kids think playing Clifford Phonics or Reader Rabbit on our Internet-free computer is a real treat.
Please don't tell them they are learning!