The Mrs. and I enjoy playing this game together on the PS2 called "X-Men Legends," which is a role-playing superhero game. We can each be a member of the X-Men (The Mrs. prefers Wolverine; I like Storm). Of course, as soon as the two of us sit down to play (in one of those extremely uncommon lining up of planets where we both have time), The PT insists that she wants to play too. Usually, we'd give her an unplugged controller and she wouldn't know the difference. However, she has become sophisticated enough to figure out now that the uplugged controller doesn't do anything. So last time, I just gave her my controller and allowed her to use my character.
Being a member of my household, she picked up the controls pretty quickly and was able to keep up with my wife as she went from room to room, beating up bad guys.
However, several statements The PT made indicated to me that she might not be superhero material yet:
...The PT: Uhhh...you fight those bad guys...I'll stay here behind the crates.
The PT: Hey! A bad guy! Help!
The PT: Oh, no, here's another bad guy! Mommy, you get him!
Mommy: Here. I've collapsed the bridge. You go down there and get that health kit.
The PT: I'm not going down there!