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Do you own any old game consoles/games

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I have a PS1, PS2 (if the ps2 is considered old) a DS, gameboy pocket, and a gameboy advance.

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I got a fair few:

 

Atari 2600

Atari 7200

Atari Lynx

Atari Lynx 2

 

Game Boy

Game Boy Pocket

Game Boy Colour

Game Boy Advanced

 

Sega SC-3000 (not really a game console as such)

Game Gear

Master System

Master System 2

Mega Drive 2

Mega CD 2

Sega 32x

Sega Saturn

Dreamcast

 

NES

Sharp Twin Famicom

Famicom Disk System

Super Nintendo

Super Famicom

Nintendo 64

Gamecube (with Gameboy Player)

Wii

Wii U

 

Xbox

Xbox 360

 

Playstation

Playstation 2

Playstation 3

 

Tempest Pong (SD-050 clone, in the process of repairing it)

 

Some of the above I have multiple of (eg minor variations like the Master System 2 with Alex Kidd or Sonic built in). Most of them were bought in an 'as-is' state and repaired/fixed. I would like to get a few more, especially consoles that didn't make it to this part of the world but it is hard to justify the prices now.

 

As for a games collection, I have a few for most of the systems above but they can pretty much have an everdrive/softmod to play any game. The only real game collection that I have is the Doom engine games

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Some other collectors in here I see.. I won't bother listing actual games, controllers, arcade sticks and adapters like the Super Gameboy and Game Genies or whatever, because the list would get way out of hand!

 

Consoles:

2 NES consoles (US)

1 AV Famicom

1 Super Famciom

1 SNES Model 2 (US)

1 Sega Genesis/MegaDrive Model 2 (S-video modded and accepts all region carts)

1 Black N64 (PAL)

1 Purple N64 (US/JP)

1 Xbox 360 (older white version)

1 Wii (US)

1 Wii-U (PAL)

1 Switch w/ Zelda BoTW Artwork (PAL, and also I never play the damn thing, just not really into it anymore)

 

Portables:

1 Red Gameboy Color (Genuine but old and pretty worn out)

1 Blue Gameboy Color (Cheapish bootleg, backlit, but also has a terrible d-pad)

2 Gameboy Advance SPs, blue and silver

1 Handheld Famicom (BG-828)

1 Handheld NES (FC Mobile II)

1 Handheld Sega Genesis (PAL and unbranded, kinda cheaply made)

1 SupaBoy S (Portable SNES)

1 FC 16 GO (Older and shittier portable SNES)

 

I think I'm forgetting stuff that's either in boxes under my bed or in the shed, but this is everything I can recall right away. I also have a bunch of old laptops and Win 98/XP era computers sitting around..

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I uh... own a few...

 

My next big purchase will probably be an Analogue Pocket or the Polymega.  I want an Atari Lynx too but I won’t need one if I can get a Pocket and the adapter.

 

Also, I love learning about the obscure consoles and handhelds everyone has!  I never knew about the Kingsway or the Bowlatronic.  Coleco made a surprising amount of electronics for a leather company!

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4 hours ago, Doomkid said:

Win 98/XP era computers sitting around..

 

I have a few xp machines lying around my shop. Tried to turn a couple of them into freedos machines to no avail. Sound never works. Also have a basically functional 98SE ASUS laptop someone left me in good condition that's sadly spoiled by a partial line of dead pixels on the display. 

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Still own a slim modded PS2 (which it's sorta old at this point) with more than 80 games.

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I still have a classic Xbox, but sadly the thing doesn't work. I do own a few games for it though

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Yes, I do - a PS1, a GameCube and a DS. I very rarely play any of them these days, though.

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I have the Gameboy. I also have a Sega mega drive in my grandparents's house.

 

I dunno if this counts but I have a 2ds, with a DSi virtually installed in it.

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Consoles I have

 

Atari 2600

Atari 5200

Atari 7800

Atari XEGS

Atari Jaguar

Atari Jaguar CD

Atari Lynx II

NES (RGB modded)

Super Nintendo

Nintendo 64

Gamecube w/Game Boy Player

Wii

Wii U

Switch

Game Boy

Game Boy Pocket

Game Boy Color

Game Boy Advance

Game Boy Advance SP

Game Boy micro

Nintendo DS

Nintendo DS Lite

Nintendo DSi

Nintendo 3DS

New Nintendo 3DS

Virtual Boy

Pokemon Mini

SEGA Master System

SEGA Genesis

SEGA CD 

SEGA 32X
SEGA Saturn
SEGA Dreamcast

SEGA Game Gear

SEGA Genesis Nomad

Playstation

Playstation 2

Playstation 3

Playstation 4 w/Playstation VR

PSP

Playstation Vita

Neo Geo MVS

Neo Geo CD
Neo Geo Pocket Color

Xbox

Xbox 360

Xbox One S

Turbografx-16

TurboExpress

PC Engine w/Super SD System 3

Coleco Vision

Intellivision

Magnavox Odyssey 2

CD-i

3DO

Vectrex

N-Gage QD
Wonderswan

Wonderswan Color

Watara Supervision

 

I think that's all?

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I own a PS2 Slim, a PSP3000 (pretty worn out but still working), a PSPGo (in good shape), a XBOX360, a 3DS (Half working, top screen gets purple stripes on 3DS mode, but it works well with DS games) And recently got a PS3 Slim.

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I have 3 of them laying around.

 

The Sega Genesis. It was actually my dad's, and was the system both me and my brother first played video games on even before using the PC. I have fond memories of playing Golden Axe 1&2 with my brother in the early mornings when we were little, fighting over those mounting beasts. Good times. Still works like a charm, so I use it every so often, especially after FINALLY getting an A/V cable... it's like night and day. The RF cable was going bad and looked awful lol

 

Playstation 2 (slim). I bought this myself a number of years ago, used. Never had a PS2 when it was new because we didn't have the money lol, oh well as an adult I was finally able to get me one. I actually bought the fat version first with money I was gonna use to attend a con, but for some reason was unable to go so used it for a console and some games. Sadly the DVD diode was dead, so could only play CD games. Later my brother replaced it with the slim version and it's been working like a charm ever since, plus we can now play the DVD releases.

 

GameBoy Advance. Once again, something I bought myself years down the line used for 20 bucks because couldn't have one as a kid, since you know, they weren't cheap lol. The screen's quite scratched but games work fine and it's still viewable. I actually managed to find one that still had its battery door, although the clip is broken. I remember it was recommended to tape it shut, but I've actually never had to do that. For a door that's technically broken, it stays shut just fine. 

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I only have modern Russian bootleg NES/Famicom clone called Dendy Master

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I have sitting around in roughly released order:

 

- Atari 2600

- (2) NES

- Genesis/Sega CD/32X trifecta

- Gameboy

- SNES

- Saturn

- PS1

- N64

- Dreamcast

- (2) PS2 [One is setup to play PS1/2 imports]

- Gamecube

- Nintendo DS

- PSP

- Wii

- PS3

- PS4

 

I don't have anything against Microsoft, I've just never been bothered to buy one of their consoles.

 

I mostly play RPGs/JRPGs so most of my game collection from all those consoles are primarily those sort of titles. Looking at it all guessing the most valuable item I have is Rayearth on the Saturn which I bought new, along with some other RPGs getting up there.

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I've got a PS2, a PS3, a PS1 somewhere at my grandparents house, a GBA, a batch of old cheap bootleg-plug and-play consoles and legend says we should have an Atari something in some corner of our old cow byre

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I own:

  • NES
    • Bought in 1987 or 1988 with the Zapper -- I don't think I've even tried to turn it on in 10 or 15 years
  • PS3
    • Bought in early 2008 -- it's probably been used as something other than a blu-ray player once in the past 5 or 6 years
  • Gameboy Advance
    • It's actually my wife's -- it was a present to her from a friend sometime in the mid-2000's


And my parents used to have a RadioShack Handheld TV Scoreboard from sometime around 1980. It played pong, tennis, squash, etc. and connected via RF cables to your TV, although I remember you needed a switchbox for it to work. I haven't seen it in around 30 years, but it wouldn't surprise me if it's stuck in a box somewhere at their house.

 

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OG consoles:

Atari 2600

NES

Mega Drive

Mega CD

32X

SNES

Saturn

Playstations

N64

Dreamcast

Playstation 2 (hacked)

Gamecube

Xbox (hacked)

Playstation Portable (hacked)

Playstation 3

Xbox 360

Wii

Playstation 4 Base

Xbox One VCR

Wii U

Playstation Vita

Switch

 

Clones:

RetroFreak

Super Nt

Mega Sg

 

Minis:

NES Classic (hacked)

SNES Classic (hacked)

Playstation Classic (hacked)

Mega Drive Mini (hacked)

PC Engine Core Grafx Mini (waiting for a hack)

 

Other stuff:

OSSC

Raspberry Pi 3B+.

SteamLink

4" Bush CRT

22" Toshiba CRT

Harmony Cartridge

Everdrive N8

Mega SD

SD2SNES Pro

Everdrive 64

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My original Systems:

 

Commodore 64 (ok, it is a pc, but who uses it as one?)

Super Nintendo

Gameboy

Nintendo 64

Playstation 1,2,3

Wii U

Nintendo 3DS

 

Nintendo DS (my Sisters)

 

What i bought over the last decade

Gameboy Advance

Mega Drive

Gamecube

Dreamcast (for my Girfriend)

 

What i can cleary recommend:

SD2SNES (fxpack or what its called nowadays)

OSSC

Retrogamingcables

8Bitdo Controllers because they are usable for so many Devices

 

If you start by zero... just buy a Mister!

Really!

 

What i can not recommend, a Hydra Scart Switch, it is toooo damn fragile. One Error and it is broken.

Buy a old quality Scart Switch on a Flee Market or Ebay.

Replaced the 100€ Hydra for 10 € used quality Switch (had Luck), damn... what a Money Waste.

 

My main Collection is for the Super Nintendo.

Love it, i hope i'll have 100 Games some Day :)

(I only buy what i consider to actually play.)

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1 hour ago, Pegleg said:


And my parents used to have a RadioShack Handheld TV Scoreboard from sometime around 1980. It played pong, tennis, squash, etc. and connected via RF cables to your TV, although I remember you needed a switchbox for it to work. I haven't seen it in around 30 years, but it wouldn't surprise me if it's stuck in a box somewhere at their house.

 

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I recognize this from somewhere but I forgot where from.
left player lol

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23 minutes ago, drjpeg said:

I recognize this from somewhere but I forgot where from.
left player lol

 

That was on AVGN's Pong consoles episode.

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2 minutes ago, LucasRafael132 said:

I just have a mini portable nes with 300 games in one

I know them. Don't like 'em
Most of these portables have really low quality, with pirated games

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