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#26 desiv OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun May 6, 2012 9:05 AM

Just consoles / game systems?

7800, O2, NES, Genesis (w/CD), Vectrex, and 3DO.

Computers?
Apple //e, IIc, Tandy Model 100, Vic 20, C64 (dead at the moment), Amiga 1000, 500, 1200, Mac Classic, IIsi.

Probably something I'm forgetting..
I've downsized recently, and probably planning more downsizing. Just not enough time....

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(Oh, and a couple of Arcade machines. 1 MAME (vertical) and a PPII (currently non-working) )

Edited by desiv, Sun May 6, 2012 9:06 AM.


#27 Sonic R OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun May 6, 2012 10:57 AM

I have quite a few systems... I've always been one to want any type of console that was made to play games! some I found for great prices and bought out of curiosity!

my list:

Magnavox Odyssey 
Magnavox Odyssey 2
Fairchild Channel F
Emerson Arcadia 2001
Mattel Intellivision 
Coleco Colecovision 
GCE Vectrex 
Atari 2600 VCS (4 switch)
Atari 5200 (4 port)
Atari 5200 (2 port) x3
Atari 7800
Atari XEGS
Atari Lynx (first model)
Atari Jaguar w/CD 
Worlds of Wonder Action Max
View Master Interactive Vision
Nintendo NES (front load)
Nintendo NES (top load)
Nintendo SNES (original model)
Nintendo Virtual Boy
Nintendo N64
Nintendo GameCube 
Nintendo Wii
Sega Master System
Sega Master System II
Sega Genesis (original model 1)
Sega Genesis 3
Sega CDX
JVC X'Eye
Sega Saturn (model 2)
Sega Saturn Japanese (gray model 1)
Sega Dreamcast 
NEC Turbo Grafx 16 w/CD player
NEC Super Grafx
TTI Turbo Duo
SNK Neo Geo Advanced Entertainment System
Philips CDi (model 550)
Funtec Super A'Can
Sony PlayStation (1001 model)
Sony PlayStation 2 (original 'fat' model)
Sony Playastation 2 (slim model)
Sony PlayStation 2 Japanese ('fat' model)
Sony PlayStation 3 (launch 60gb model)
Microsoft XBox
Microsoft Xbox 360 (premium 20gb launch model)
Microsoft Xbox 360 Japanese (original model)

Edited by Sonic R, Sun May 6, 2012 10:59 AM.


#28 Seob OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon May 7, 2012 11:37 AM

Philips videopac G7000 5 different versions
Philips videopac G7400
Philips CD-i 220
Philips CD-i 450
Philips CD-i 470
Magnavox CD-i 550
Colecovision 2x + 1 Atari expansion port
Intellivision
Vectrex 2x
Microvision
Atari 2600 4 switch wood
Atari 2600 4 switch black 2x
Atari 2600 short rainbow
Atari 2600 long rainbow 2x
Atari Jaguar
Atari Lynx model 1
Atari Lynx model 2
Sega Mastersystem 1
Sega Mastersystem 2 2x
Sega Megadrive model 1
Sega Megadrive model 2 2x
Sega Gamegear 3x
Sega Saturn 1x working 1x only working with top case taken off
Sega Dreamcast
Megaduck
Quickshot Supervision model 1
Quickshot Supervision model 2
Watara Supervision model 2
Neo Geo Pocket Color
Nintendo Gameboy 4x
Nintendo Gameboy pocket
Nintendo Gameboy color 2x
Nintendo Super Gameboy
Nintendo GBA
Nintendo GBA SP 3x
Nintendo GBA micro
Nintendo GBA player
NES 3x
SNES 4x
Nintendo 64 3x
GameCube 2x
Wii
Sony Playstation 5x 2x broken.
Sony Playstation 2
Sony Playstation 2 slim
Sony Playstation 3 60Gb European Launch
Sony PSP
Commodore CDTV
Commodore Amiga cd32
Microsoft XBOX 1x ntsc broken psu 1x pal working
Microsoft XBOX360 60Gb premium

Computers:
Commodore Vic 20
Commodore 64 Breadbox 3x
Commodore 64 new model
Commodore 128
Commodore Amiga 500 3x 2 working 1 broke
Commodore Amiga 1200 broken
Apple LC-II
Philips MSX VG8020
Philips MSX2 VG8235
Philips MSX2 NMS8245
Philips MSX2 NMS8250

Edited by Seob, Mon May 7, 2012 11:44 AM.


#29 BassGuitari OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue May 8, 2012 12:44 AM

Quite a few.

Pongs/Standalones:
1. Odyssey
2. Odyssey 100
3. Odyssey 200
4. Odyssey 300 x2
5. Odyssey 400
6. Odyssey 500
7. Pong (Sears Telegames)
8. Pinball Breakaway
9. Super Pong Pro Am Ten
10. Hanimex TV Game Model 777
11. Sears Hockey Tennis III (dead)
12. APF TV Fun
13. Radio Shack TV Scoreboard
14. Venture Electronics Video Sports VS-1
15. DMS Tele-Action Mini
16. Coleco Telstar
17. Coleco Telstar Alpha
18. Coleco Combat
19. Wonder Wizard (dead?)

Consoles/Handhelds:
20. Fairchild Video Entertainment System (dead)
21. Fairchild Channel F System II
22. Sears Video Arcade (Heavy Sixer)
23. Atari Video Computer System (6-switch) x2
24. Atari Video Computer System (4-switch) x3
25. Sears Video Arcade (4-switch)
26. Sears Video Arcade II
27. Atari 2600 (Vader) x2 or 3
28. Atari 2600jr. (short rainbow) x2
29. Atari 2600jr. (large rainbow)
30. Edu Games 2600 (Argentinian 2600jr. clone)
31. Bally Astrocade (dead :_( )
32. Odyssey 2 x2
33. Intellivision (Mattel Electronics) x2
34. Intellivision (Sylvania)
35. Tandyvision One
36. Intellivision II
37. Intellivision System Changer
38. Atari 5200 (4-port) x2
39. Atari 5200 (2-port)
40. Atari 5200 VCS Adapter
41. Colecovision x2
42. Expansion Module #1 x2
43. DINA
44. Vectrex
45. NES (toaster) x2
46. NES (toploader)
47. Generation NEX
48. Atari 7800
49. Master System
50. Genesis
51. Genesis (model 2)
52. Genesis 3
53. JVC X'Eye
54. Sega CD (pop-top)
55. 32X [needs the hookup cords]
56. SNES x2
57. 3DO FZ-1
58. Saturn
59. Playstation
60. PSOne
61. N64 x4 (2 black, 1 orange, 1 green)
62. Dreamcast x2
63. Playstation 2
64. Wii
65. Game Boy x2
66. Super Game Boy
67. Game Boy Color
68. Game Boy Advance
69. Game Gear x2 (both dead?)

Computers:
70. TRS-80 (Level II BASIC)
71. Tandy 2 (a custom-built TRS-80 Model II)
72. Atari 800
73. Atari 600XL
74. Atari 800XL
75. Apple //e x4
76. Apple //e Platinum
77. Laser 128 (faulty disk drive)
78. TRS-80 Color Computer
79. TRS-80 Color Computer 2
80. TRS-80 MC-10 x2
81. Intellivision ECS adapter
82. Aquarius x2
83. Sinclair ZX80
84. Sinclair ZX81
85. Timex/Sinclair 1000 x2
86. Compaq Portable
87. IBM 5150 (needs keyboard)
88. IBM RT 6150 (needs monitor)
89. TI99/4a x3
90. Commodore 64 x3
91. Macintosh SE (dead)

Arcade:
92. Tank
93. Anti-Aircraft

Plug & Play:
94. Atari Flashback 2 x2
95. Atari stick (Jakks)
96. Activision stick
97. Space Invaders stick (Radica)
98. Ms. Pac-Man stick
99. Frogger stick
100. Powerjoy III (Famiclone)
101. Generic 75-in-one Famiclone



My fiance collects vintage LCD/LED handhelds, too. We've probably got 40 or 50 of those, including Atari Touch Me, Coleco Frogger (tabletop), Entex Turtles ("cocktail" tabletop), Simon, and Coleco Quiz Wiz (#1).

#30 DemonoidTentacle OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue May 8, 2012 4:14 AM

NES (a couple of them)
SNES (several)
N64 (several)
Wii
Game Boy
Game Boy Colour
Game Boy Advance (a couple)
DS
3DS
PS2
Xbox360
2600 (a few of them)
XEGS
Lynx
Master System (several)
Mega Drive (several)
Mega CD
Saturn
Dreamcast
Game Gear
Radofin Advanced Programmable
Neo Geo Pocket Colour
Neo Geo MVS (surely this counts ;) )

#31 goldenegg OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue May 8, 2012 9:04 AM

I have 32 34 systems:


Colecovision
Colecovision Expansion #1
NES
SNES
Virtual Boy
N64
Wii
Gameboy
Gameboy Pocket
Gameboy Light
Gameboy Color
Gameboy Advance
Gameboy Advance SP
Gameboy Micro
NDS Lite
3DS
Sega Genesis Model 1
Sega Genesis Model 1 (modded)
Sega Genesis Model 2
Sega CD Model 2
Sega CDX
Sega 32X
Sega Game Gear
Sega Saturn
Sega Dreamcast
TG16
PCE (x2, but only counting one)
Neo-Geo
Sony PSOne
Sony PSP
Sony PSPGo
Sony PSVita
Xbox360
PS3

The total would be higher if I counted clone/open-source systems, but I don't include those in my list.

EDIT:

Got 2 more systems today :)

#32 HatefulGravey OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue May 8, 2012 9:18 AM

Atari 2600 (5 different models and a CIB 4 switch)
Atari 5200 (cib)
Atari 7800 (CIB and one loose)
Jaguar (x2)
Lynx Model 2
NES (1 CIB, 1 loose fronter loader, 1 loose top loader)
SNES (1 CIB and countless loose for trade or sale at a later date)
N64 (1 CIB, and countless loose for trade or sale at a later date)
GameCube (1 CIB, and countless more for trade or sale at a later date)
Wii
Gameboy (several colors)
Gameboy Pocket
Gameboy Color
Gameboy Advance
Gameboy Advance SP
Gameboy Advance Micro
Gameboy DS
Virtual Boy
Sega Mastersystem
Sega Genesis (model 1 and 2, 1 model 1 CIB)
Sega CD (model 1 and 2 though the model 1 isn't working right now for some reason)
Sega 32x (1 CIB, 1 loose)
Sega Saturn (1 CIB, countless more for trade or sale at a later date)
Sega Dreamcast
Sega GameGear
Sega Nomad
Intelivision
ColecoVision
Neo Geo CD (CIB)
Neo Geo Pocket Color (CIB)
Neo Geo MVS consolized (one day I'll have it back anyway)
Turbo Grafx 16 (1 in a travel case for the TG and Turbo Booster 1 for trade or sale at a later date)
Playstation 1
Playstation 2 (1 fat in travel case, 1 slim)
Playstation 3 (backwards compatable launch model)
xBox (CIB)
xBox 360
Coleco Gemini (CIB)
Magnavox Odyssey 2 (CIB)
Panasonic FZ-1 3DO

Don't know if these count
Donkey Kong Jr arcade machine
MAME machine
Street Figher 2 machine

I know I missing somethings, but that is what I can remember off the top of my head.

#33 16-bit OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue May 8, 2012 5:21 PM

I have one of those systems you put the cartridge thingy in to play.

Oh! And I have one that runs on CDs. :-D

#34 Cortat G OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri May 11, 2012 3:17 AM

Not as much as you guys.

Nintendo NES (Front-Loader "Toaster" Model)
Nintendo 64
Nintendo Gamecube
Sega Dreamcast (x2)
Radio Shack TV Scoreboard (Pong Clone) CIB
Namco Plug 'n play (If you count that :ponder: :roll:)
Atari 2600 (4-Switch Woody)
Gameboy Pocket
Gameboy Advance
Nintendo DS Lite CIB
Nintendo Game & Watch "Ball" (2010 Club Nintendo Reprint) CIB

#35 Cortat G OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri May 11, 2012 3:30 AM

Gameboy Advance SP
Gameboy Advance Micro
Gameboy DS
Virtual Boy


Now, THAT'S what they should've called them! :-D

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 2:06 AM

Virtual Boy and the 'Little Mermaid' Tiger handheld..



#37 thecrypticodor OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 5:16 AM

2600 4Sx2 L6x1 H6x1

Intellivision x3

Colecovision x4

7800

NES x3

Master System

Genesis (one of each model)

SNES

PS1

PS2

PS3

Saturn

N64

Dreamcast

Gamecube

Xbox

 

Portables

GBP

GBC

GBA

GBA SP

DS

PSP

Game Gear



#38 JamesD OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 5:57 AM

Consoles + 8/16 bit computers = 30+.  
I really need to thin the herd.



#39 AtariLeaf OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 6:39 AM

Not counting dupes or various models within a console's line:

 

Consoles:

 

APF TV Fun (Pong)

Atari 2600

Atari 7800

Colecovision

NES

SNES

Genesis

Master System (not working but have a PBC for the genny)

TG-16

Gamecube

Wii

PS3

 

Computers:

 

Atari 800XL

Atari XEGS

Commodore 64

Tandy Coco 1

Tandy Coco 2

Tandy Coco 3

 

Handheld:

 

Nintendo GBA SP

Nintendo DSi XL

BLIP

Merlin

Entex Baseball 3


Edited by AtariLeaf, Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:32 AM.


#40 GoldenWheels OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 6:54 AM

Atari 7800

Atari XE

Sega Master System

Sega Genesis

NES

Super NES

Nintendo 64

Gamecube

Colecovision

TurboGrafx 16

PS2

PS3

 

EDIT: Holy crap totally forgot the wii I have. That should tell you something.


Edited by GoldenWheels, Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:46 AM.


#41 carlsson OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:01 AM

Consoles and handhelds (9 unique):

Luxor Fairchild Channel F, Conic M1200 (RCA Studio II clone), Coleco Telstar Alpha/Europe (pong),

Interton VC4000, CreatiVision (2), Famicom (+ Arabian keyboard clone), Megadrive, SNES, PSP

 

Computers (30+ unique, although some compatible):

VIC-20 (3), C64 (3), C128, C128D, Amiga 1200 (2), PET 4032, CBM 610 (dead), CBM 710 (w/o keyboard)

Atari 800 (NTSC), Atari 130XE, Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, BBC Master, BBC Master Compact

Matra Alice, Oric-1 (partly broken), ZX Spectrum 48K (dead), Spectrum+ (dead),

CGL (Sord) M5, Sega SC-3000, Toshiba HX-10 MSX1, Philips VG8235 MSX2, Philips P2000c (luggable)

VTech Laser 2001, Laser 500, COMX-35, Basis 108 (Apple ][+ clone), IBM 6151 RTPC

Amstrad MegaPC, Victor Vicki 8088, Olivetti Prodest PC-1, Data General One/2T

 

I may have forgotten some. As you can see, I've stayed clear from the Atari 2600, Colecovision, Intellivision, Playstation and newer (with the exception of the PSP, that I use about once a year). For a long while, I stayed clear from everything Nintendo and Sega as well, but I've caved in a little.


Edited by carlsson, Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:03 AM.


#42 Atarian7 OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:17 AM

I own 3 2600's.   

1.Heavy sixer

2.Woody 4 switcher

3.Jr.

 

The Jr is still sealed in original packaging.



#43 SiLic0ne t0aD85 OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:10 AM

I've recently downsized a bit. This is my current console (& vintage computer) list. :

Atari VCS 2600, 6 - switch (heavy sixer?)
Atari 2600 (4 switch)
Telegames Video Arcade (6 switch)
Sears Video Arcade II
CV Expansion Module #1

Atari Jaguar

ColecoVision (3 + 1 extra shell)

Intellivision (v1)

NES
SNES
Nintendo 64

Sega Genesis
Sega Game Gear (FS: After cap kit/Refurbishing)

Xbox
Xbox 360

Texas Instruments TI/99 4a (FS)
Tandy Coco2(?)

I Recently sold:
Nintendo Virtual Boy (SOLD)
Commodore 64C (pending)
Commodore 128 (pending)

At one time, I had a Fairchild Channel F system 1&2.. Sold years ago. I used to have Playstation 1&2 but I have no clue what happened to them, either lost, sold, or stolen off me. Who knows? Lol that's all for now! :-D

Edited by SiLic0ne t0aD85, Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:23 AM.


#44 SiLic0ne t0aD85 OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:19 AM

Sorry double post (mobile sucks)

Edited by SiLic0ne t0aD85, Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:20 AM.


#45 ls650 OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:49 AM

Hmm. I've owned quite a variety of systems, but I don't have the space for more than a few. I often buy a system, play the crap out of it for a year, then sell it to make room for something else.
Right now, I have:
2600, Intellivision, Lynx, GBA, Jaguar, VIC-20, and I just acquired an Odyssey 2, which I really like so far.

I also have a PSP, but that gets used exclusively for emulating a variety of 8-bit systems.

#46 CatPix OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:38 AM

Clones/differents models are on the same line :

 

Pongs :

Alcatel Visiomat 11 (proprietary system with robot function)

ITMC SD-05 (GI based B&W pong system made by Soundic)

ITMC SD-050s (cart based Pong machine, color model)

Rollet SECAM system (cart based Pong system in color)

Société Occitane d'Electronique OC6000 (GI based, 6 games variant Pong system)

 

Consoles :

Magnavox Odyssey

Nordmende Teleplay + Saba Videplay (Channel F clone)

Radofin 1292 Advanced Video Programmable System

Bally (Astrocade) Professionnal Arcade

Sears Video Arcade + Atari 2600 (SECAM) + Atari 2600 Jr (PAL SCART model)

Interton VC 4000 + Grunding Super Play Computer

Philips Vidéopac C52+Radiola Jet 25 + Philips N60 (and The Voice! module)

Intellivision (plus Intellivoice and computer expansion module)

CBS Colecovision, SCART model

Philips Vidéopac+ G7400

ITMC MPT-05

Hanimex HMG7900

Yeno Super Cassette Vision

Nintendo NES

Atari 7800

Sega Master System

NEC PC-Engine Coregrafx

Sega Mégadrive

Nintendo Super Nintendo

Panasonic 3DO FZ-1

Philips CD-i 210

Sony Playstation

Nintendo 64

Sega Dreamcast

Sony PS2

Nintendo GameCube

Microsoft XboX

Sony PS3

Microsoft XboX360

Nintendo Wii

 

handheld :

Microvision

Bandai Terror House (Solarpower series)

BitCorp Gamate

Watara Supervision GB2000 and GB2002

Game Master + Game Tronic

Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP

Nintendo DS

 

computers :

Laser 210

Laser 310

Atari 600XL

Amstrad CPC 464

Commodore 128+

Atari STe 512

Philips VG 8020 MSX

Philips VG5000µ

 

Holy... that's 50 different machines.. and add the spare ones AND the clones, that's almost 60. Damn. I baffle myself :-o :-o :-o


Edited by CatPix, Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:39 AM.


#47 goldenegg OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 24, 2014 2:47 PM

I'm now up to 79 consoles, which includes clone and open source devices:

 

Atari 2600 4-Switch
Atari 2600jr
Atari 800XL
Atari Lynx II
AtGames Gopher (Genesis Clone Portable)
Colecovision
Dingoo A320
Flashback 2 (Atari 2600 Clone)
GameStick
GB Boy Colour (Gameboy Color Clone)
GCW Zero
Generation NEX (NES Clone)
GPH Caanoo
HG-828 (Famicom Clone)
HG-892 (Chinese handheld)
HG-896 (Chinese handheld)
JXD S5110
NASA Entertainment System (NES Clone)
NBS II Light (MD-270N)
Neo Geo AES
Neo Geo CD
Neo Geo MVS (Omega Consolized MVS)
Neo Geo Pocket
Neo Geo Pocket Color
Neo Geo Pocket Color (Boxed)
Neo Geo X
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS XL
Nintendo 64
Nintendo AV Famicom
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo DS XL
Nintendo Entertainment System
Nintendo Famicom
Nintendo Famicom Disk System
Nintendo Gameboy
Nintendo Gameboy Advance
Nintendo Gameboy Advance SP (AGS-001, frontlit screen)
Nintendo Gameboy Advance SP (AGS-101, backlit screen)
Nintendo Gameboy Color
Nintendo Gameboy Light
Nintendo Gameboy Micro
Nintendo Gameboy Pocket
Nintendo Gamecube
Nintendo Super Nintendo
Nintendo Virtual Boy
Nintendo Wii
Nintendo Wii Mini
Nintendo Wii U
OUYA
OUYA - Kickstarter Limited Edition
Pandora
PCEngine Core Grafx
PCEngine Core Grafx
PlayStation (PSOne)
PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
PS Vita
PSP (PSP 1000)
PSP (PSP 3000)
PSP Go
RetroDuo Portable v2.0 (NES and SNES clone)
Revo K101 (GBA Clone)
Sega 32X
Sega CD Model 2
Sega CDX
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Game Gear
Sega Genesis Model 1
Sega Genesis Model 1 (modded)
Sega Genesis Model 2
Sega Master System
Sega Nomad
Sega Saturn
TurboExpress
TurboGrafx 16
Xbox 360
Xbox One - Day One Edition
ZH-398 (Chinese handheld)
 
My personal count is actually 86, but that's because I consider think like the Super Gameboy and the Coleco Expansion #1 to be systems.


#48 Mark T OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Jan 26, 2014 1:08 PM

I thought I posted in one of these types of threads before...but since this is the latest I guess I'll do a re-post?

Off the top of my head I own:

 

1. Fairchild Channel F

2. Tandy Color Computer 3

3. Magnavox Odyssey 2 (plug in controller version)

4. Magnavox Odyssey 2 (Modded for A2600 controllers, AV, Power LED mod)

5. Atari 2600 (Heavy 6'er)

6. Atari 2600 (Modded Light 6'er with s/A-vid, pause, power LED mod)

7. Atari 2600 Vader 4 Switch

8. Mattel Intellivision

9. Atari 5200

10. Colecovision

11. Sega Master System (Model 1)

12. NES (Toaster)

13. NES (Top Loader)

14. NES (Top Loader: AV, power LED, stereo mod)

15. Sega Genesis (Model 1)

16. Sega Genesis (Model 1 AV, power LED, region, Hz switch Mods)

17. Sega Genesis (Model 2)

18. Sega CD Model 1

19. Sega CD Model 2

20. Sega CDX

21. Super NES

22. Super NES (Cart Mod)

23. Neo Geo CD

24. Panasonic 3DO FZ-1

25. Phillips CD-I (220 model) (Own: 2)

26. Sony Playstation

27. Sega Saturn (Model 2)

28. N-64

29. Atari Jaguar

30. Atari Jaguar CD

31. Sega Dreamcast

32. Sony PS2 (Fat Model)

33. Sony PS2 (Slim)

34. Xbox

35. Nintendo Gamecube

36. Sony PS3

37. Nintendo Wii

38. Microsoft Xbox 360 (1st model)

39. Sony PS4

 

 

40. Sega Game Gear

41. Nintendo Game Boy Color

42. Nintendo Virutal Boy

43. Nintendo Game Boy Advance

44. Nintendo DS

45. Nintendo 3DS

46. Tiger R-Zone (Own: 2)

47. Sony PSP

48. Sony PS Vita

 

 

49. Atari Flashback

50. Atari Flashback 2+

51. Ms. Pacman TV Game

52. Pong

53. Magnavox Odyssey 1000

54. Yobo FC

55. Retro Duo Ver. 2.0

 

Opps Forgot:

56. Sega 32X

57. Assorted Tiger Handhelds

58. Nintendo e-Reader


Edited by Mark T, Sun Jan 26, 2014 1:33 PM.


#49 Bill Loguidice ONLINE  

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Posted Sun Jan 26, 2014 1:16 PM

Consoles, Computers and other platforms, about 479 depending upon how and what you want to count:

3Com Palm IIIx
Acorn BBC Master 128
Acorn BBC Micro Model B (The BBC Microcomputer System)
Acorn Electron
Amazon Kindle
Amdek PC
Amstrad CPC6128
Amstrad CPC6128
Amstrad GX4000
Amstrad PPC640
APF Imagination Machine
APF Imagination Machine
APF Imagination Machine
APF M1000
APF M1000
APF MP1000
APF MP1000
APF TV Fun
Apple IIc (2c)
Apple IIc (2c)
Apple IIe
Apple IIe Platinum
Apple IIGS
Apple IIGS
Apple iPad 2
Apple iPad 2
Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPod Nano 16GB
Apple iPod Nano 16GB
Apple iPod Photo
Apple Mac Mini
Apple Mac Mini
Apple MacBook Air
Apple Macintosh LC III
Apple Macintosh Performa 6115CD
Apple Macintosh Powerbook 170
Apple Macintosh SE FDHD
Arcade Retro Collecting Multiple Classic Computer (MCC-216)
Arcadia Corporation Supercharger
Archos 7 (6700)
Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101-A1
Asus EeePC 1000HE
Asus Zenbook Prime Ultrabook UX31A-BHI5T11
AT&T PC 6300
Atari 400
Atari 400
Atari 800
Atari 1040STe
Atari 1200XL
Atari 130XE
Atari 2600 Jr
Atari 2600 Video Computer System (VCS)
Atari 5200 SuperSystem
Atari 5200 SuperSystem
Atari 5200 SuperSystem
Atari 520STFM
Atari 600XL
Atari 7800 ProSystem
Atari 7800 ProSystem
Atari 800XE
Atari 800XL
Atari Falcon030 Computer System
Atari Flashback 2
Atari Flashback 2+
Atari Flashback 3 (Atgames)
Atari Flashback 4 (Atgames)
Atari Flashback 4 (Atgames)
Atari Jaguar
Atari Jaguar CD
Atari Lynx (Model 1)
Atari Lynx (Model 2)
Atari Portfolio
Atari Stacy 2 (STacy 2)
Atari Video Pinball
Atari XE Game System (XEGS)
Atari XE Game System (XEGS)
AtGames Arcade Nano - Sega Mega Drive
AtGames Sega Master System & Game Gear Arcade Gamer Portable
Bally Professional Arcade (Astrocade)
Bally Professional Arcade (Astrocade)
Bally Professional Arcade (Astrocade)
BlueStacks GamePop
Briel Computers Altair 8800 Micro
Briel Computers Micro-KIM
Briel Computers PockeTerm
Briel Computers replica 1
Cambridge Computer Z88
Character Group Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Plug & Play
Cingular 8125 Pocket PC
Coleco Adam
Coleco Adam
Coleco ColecoVision
Coleco ColecoVision
Coleco ColecoVision
Coleco ColecoVision
Coleco ColecoVision Expansion Module #1 (Atari 2600)
Coleco Pac-Man
Coleco Telstar Alpha
Coleco Telstar Arcade
Coleco Telstar Arcade
Coleco Telstar Marksman
Commodore 128 (C-128)
Commodore 128 (C-128)
Commodore 128DCR
Commodore 16 (C-16)
Commodore 64 (C-64)
Commodore 64 (C-64)
Commodore 64c (C-64c)
Commodore 64c (C-64c)
Commodore Amiga 1000
Commodore Amiga 1200
Commodore Amiga 1200
Commodore Amiga 2000HD
Commodore Amiga 500
Commodore Amiga 600
Commodore CD32
Commodore CDTV (Amiga CDTV)
Commodore PET (original keyboard version), 2001-8
Commodore Plus/4
Commodore Plus/4
Commodore Plus/4
Commodore SuperPET (SP9000)
Commodore SuperPET (SP9000)
Commodore SX-64
Commodore SX-64
Commodore VIC 20 (Vic-20)
Commodore VIC 20 (Vic-20)
Commodore VIC 20 (Vic-20)
Compaq Deskpro
Cyberpower GUA290
Cybiko Wireless Entertainment System
Cybiko Xtreme
Cybiko Xtreme
Dell Dimension 8400
Dell Inspiron One 2305 Touch
Dick Smith Wizzard (VTech CreatiVision)
Dick Smith Wizzard (VTech CreatiVision)
Dick Smith Wizzard (VTech CreatiVision)
Dream Authentics Excalibur
dreamGEAR Plug 'n' Play 50 in 1
EB Excalibur Fox Sports Football Key Chain
Emerson Arcadia 2001
Emerson Arcadia 2001
Enterprise 128
Entex Arcade Defender
Entex Space Invader
Epoch Cassette Vision
Epoch Super Cassette Vision
Epson HX-20
Epson HX-20
Epson HX-20
Epson PX-8
Exidy Sorcerer
Exidy Sorcerer (PAL)
Fairchild Channel F System II
Fairchild Channel F System II
Fairchild Video Entertainment System (VES)
FC Mobile FC Mobile II
Franklin ACE 1200
Gadgets Small, Inc. Spectre GCR
Game Consoles Worldwide GCW Zero
Game Sporz TV Wireless Boxing
GamePark Holdings GP2X F-200
Gateway CX210X Tablet PC
GCE Vectrex
GCE Vectrex
General Mills Shark Tale Oscar and Angie (General Mills promo)
Generic Generic PC
Generic Generic PC
Generic Pocket Arcade 256 Games in 1
Generic Talking Brick Game 118 in 1 - E-118T
GenMobile GenMobile
Gold Leopard King (GLK) GLK Book Education Computer M08
Google Nexus 7
Heathkit HERO JR RT-1
Hewlett-Packard HP TouchPad
Hewlett-Packard HP TouchSmart IQ524
Hewlett-Packard HP-85
Hewlett-Packard HP-85
Hewlett-Packard Pavilion dv9812us
Hewlett-Packard Pavilion ze4430us
Hyperkin NES RetroN 1
Hyperkin RetroN 5
IBM 5155
IBM PC 5150
IBM PC 5150
IBM PCjr
IBM PCjr
IBM PCjr
iBuyPower "Best Mom" AMD
Intelligent Game MPT-03 Home Entertainment Centre
Intelligent Game MPT-03 Home Entertainment Centre
Intelligent Game MPT-03 Home Entertainment Centre
Interact Home Computer System (Model "R" - 16K)
Interact Home Computer System (Model "R" - 16K)
Interact Home Computer System (Model "R" - 16K)
INTV Corp. Intellivision III
Jakks Pacific Dora the Explorer TV Game
Jakks Pacific Namco TV Games
jojoultimate Mini Universal Supergun (SuperGun, super gun)
Kaypro Kaypro 4 (Kaypro 4 '84)
Kaypro Kaypro II
Kaypro Kaypro II
Kaypro Kaypro II
Kellog Xbox Ninja House (cereal promotion)
Konami Konami Live Online Game Controller!
Konami Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Laser 128 EX/2
Laser Compumate2
Leapfrog Leapster2
Leapfrog Leapster2
Lego Robotics Invention System 2.0
LG Shine CU720
Magnavox Odyssey
Magnavox Odyssey 300
Magnavox Odyssey2
Magnavox Odyssey2
Mammoth Toys Commodore 64 30 Games in One Joystick!
Mammoth Toys Commodore 64 30 Games in One Joystick!
MatchMaster MMDB04
Mattel Aquarius
Mattel Aquarius
Mattel Aquarius
Mattel Aquarius (Radofin version)
Mattel Baseball
Mattel Enhanced Computer System (ECS)
Mattel Enhanced Computer System (ECS)
Mattel Enhanced Computer System (ECS)
Mattel HyperScan
Mattel HyperScan
Mattel HyperScan
Mattel Intellivision
Mattel Intellivision II
Mattel Intellivision II
Mattel Intellivision II
Mattel System Changer (Atari 2600)
MBR Control Dynamics S-100 Bus Chassis
Memorex Spongebob Media Player
Memorex Video Information System Player (VIS)
MFJ Video Effects Titler 1480B
MGA Entertainment Centipede
MGA Entertainment Hulk
MGA Entertainment Pac-Man
MGA Entertainment Spider-Man 2
Microsoft Surface Pro 2
Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox 360
Microsoft Xbox 360
Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim
Microsoft Xbox One
Microsoft Xbox One
Midway TouchMaster 5000
Milton Bradley MBX Expansion System
Milton Bradley Microvision
Milton Bradley Microvision
Motorola Razr V3
Multitech Micro-Professor 1 (MPF-1)
Navman PiN Pocket PC
NEC Mobile Pro 750C
NEC PC Engine Super Grafx
NEC PC-6601
NEC PC-8001A
NEC PC-FX
NEC Trek PC-6001(A)
NEC Turbo Duo
NEC Turbo Express
NEC Turbo-Grafx 16
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS XL
Nintendo 64 (N64)
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DSi
Nintendo DSi
Nintendo DSi
Nintendo e-Reader
Nintendo Family BASIC Computer
Nintendo GamCube Game Boy Player
Nintendo Game Boy
Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP
Nintendo Game Boy Color
Nintendo Game Boy Pocket
Nintendo GameCube
Nintendo Nintendo Enterainment System (NES)
Nintendo Nintendo Enterainment System (NES)
Nintendo Super GameBoy
Nintendo Super Nintendo (SNES)
Nintendo Super Nintendo (SNES)
Nintendo Tetris
Nintendo Virtual Boy
Nintendo Wii
Nintendo Wii
Nintendo Wii U Deluxe
Nintendo Wii U Deluxe
Nokia 6820
Nokia 6820
Nokia N-Gage QD
Nvidia Shield Gaming Controller
Ohio Scientific Challenger 1P
OnLive OnLive Game System
OnLive OnLive Game System
Oric Oric-1
Osborne Executive (OCC-2)
Osborne Osborne 1 (OCC-1)
Packard Bell Platinum
Palm Z22
Panasonic FZ1 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
Panasonic FZ1 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
Panasonic JR-200U Personal Computer
Panasonic JR-200U Personal Computer
Panasonic JR-200U Personal Computer
Panasonic JR-200U Personal Computer
Panasonic RL-H1400 HHC
Philips CDI 220
Philips CDI 350
Philips CDI 490
Philips Videopac G7200
Philips Videopac+ G7401
Pimoroni Picade
Pioneer LaserActive
Pro Tech Video Game System
Radica Sega Menacer
Radica Space Invaders
Radio Shack Color Computer
Radio Shack Color Computer 2
Radio Shack Color Computer 3
Radio Shack Color Computer 3
Radio Shack LCD Space Rescue
Radio Shack MC-10 (Micro Color Computer)
Radio Shack MC-10 (Micro Color Computer)
Radio Shack MC-10 (Micro Color Computer)
Radio Shack TRS-80 Pocket Computer (PC-2)
Radio Shack TRS-80 Pocket Computer (PC-4)
Raspberry Pi
RCA Studio II Home TV Programmer
RCA Studio II Home TV Programmer
REP Electronics GameMid (Game Mid)
Retro-Bit Retro Duo V2.0 Black
Royal (TA) Alphatronic PC (CP/M)
Sager NP8760-S1
Samsung Blackjack II Smartphone
Samsung Blackjack II Smartphone
Samsung DVD-N501 (Nuon)
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Sears Video Arcade (Tele-Games)
Sega 32X
Sega CD 2
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Game Gear
Sega Game Gear
Sega Genesis 2
Sega Genesis 2
Sega Genesis Arcade Classic (Atgames)
Sega Genesis Arcade Classic (Atgames)
Sega Genesis Arcade Ultimate Portable Game Player (Atgames)
Sega Genesis Arcade Ultimate Portable Game Player (Atgames) (2013)
Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (Atgames)
Sega Genesis I
Sega Genesis Ultimate Portable Game Player (Atgames)
Sega Master System I (SMS)
Sega Nomad
Sega Nomad
Sega Saturn
Sega SC-3000 Computer
Sega SC-3000H Computer
Sega SC-3000H Computer (Yeno version)
Sega Shadow Grinder (McDonald's promo)
Sega Sonic's Speedway (McDonald's promo)
Sega Unknown McDonald's promo LCD 1 (sealed)
Sega Genesis Gopher (Atgames Firecore Portable Player)
Senario 101-in-1 Video Game
Sharp MZ-800 (MZ-821)
Sharp Twin Famicom
Sinclair QL
Sinclair ZX Spectrum
Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2
Sinclair ZX Spectrum +3
Sinclair ZX80
Sinclair ZX81
Sinclair ZX81 (custom)
SNK Neo Geo Advanced Entertainment System (AES)
SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color
Sony CD-I CD Interactive Intelligent Discman IVO-V11
Sony HB-75P
Sony HB-F1XD
Sony HB-F1XD
Sony PlayStation (PS1)
Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2)
Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3)
Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3)
Sony Playstation 4 (PS4)
Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP)
Sony PlayStation Vita
Spectravideo CompuMate
Spectravideo SV-318
Spectravideo SV-328
Spectravideo SV-328
Spectravideo SV-328
Spectravideo SV-328
Tandy 1000
Tandy 1000 EX
Tandy 1000 SX
Tandy 1000 SX
Tandy 1000 TX
Tandy 2000 HD
Tandy Model 100
Tandy Model 102
Tandy Model 200
Tandy TRS-80 Model 4
Tandy TRS-80 Model 4
Tandy TRS-80 Model 4P
Tandy TRS-80 Model 4P
Tandy TRS-80 Model I
Tandy TRS-80 Model I
Tandy TRS-80 Model III (parts only)
Tano Dragon
Tano Dragon
Tapwave Zodiac 2
Team Ubi Ubi
TeleGames Personal Arcade DINA 2 in One
Texas Instruments Compact Computer (CC-40)
Texas Instruments Compact Computer (CC-40)
Texas Instruments TI-58 (TI Programmable 58)
Texas Instruments TI-74 BASICALC
Texas Instruments TI-74 BASICALC
Texas Instruments TI-99/4a
Texas Instruments TI-99/4a
Texas Instruments TI-99/4a
Texas Instruments TI-99/4a
Texas Instruments TI-99/4a
Texas Instruments TI-99/4a
Tiger Game.com
Tiger Game.com
Tiger R-Zone
Tiger Telematics Gizmondo
Timex Sinclair 1000
Timex Sinclair 1000
Timex Sinclair 1500
Timex Sinclair 2068
Timex Sinclair 2068
Timex Sinclair 2068
Tomy Tutor 16K Computer
Tomy Tutor 16K Computer
Toy Quest Go Go TV Video VISION
Toy Quest Go Go TV Video VISION
Toymax Activision TV Games
Twinhead Durabook
Unisonic Champion 2711 Series
Valentin Angelovski Flea86 (rev 2.1, prototype)
Velleman Classic TV Game (MK121 NTSC)
VideoBrain Computer Company VideoBrain Family Computer Model 101
View-Master Interactive Vision
Vizio Co-Star Stream Player
Vtech I.Q. Unlimited Computer
Vtech I.Q. Unlimited Computer
Vtech Laser 310 Color Computer
Vtech Laser 50
Vtech Laser PC5 (PC-5)
VTech Socrates Educational Video System
VTech V.Smile Motion Active Learning System
VTech V.Smile TV Learning System
VTech Laser (VTL) VZ200 (VZ 200, VZ-200)
VTech Laser (VTL) VZ200 (VZ 200, VZ-200)
Watara Supervision
Worlds of Wonder Action Max
Worlds of Wonder Action Max
XaviX XaviXPORT
Yamaha CX-5M II/128U Music Computer (MSX 1)
Yamaha CX5M Music Computer (MSX 1)
Yamaha CX5M Music Computer (MSX 1)
Yobo Gameware FC Game Console
ZAPiT Games Game Wave
Zenith Z-100 (ZF-120-xx All-In-One Computer)

#50 retrogamer64 OFFLINE  

retrogamer64

    Space Invader

  • 40 posts
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  • Location:Edmonton

Posted Thu Jan 30, 2014 6:25 PM

Holy crow!!! I'm nothing to you guys!!!!!! Anyway here is what i have

 

N64

NES

Game Gear (i got for free :) )

Master System

PS1

PS2(i got for free :) )

Xbox 360 (bad condition :( )

Xbox (from value village for $25. Was modded and had 51 built-in games! :-D )

Game Cube

Game Boy Advance SP

 

Yeah im thinking of getting a few more say the Neo Geo CD , Virtual Boy , Atari 2600 , 5200 , 800 , 7800 , and Lynx , as well as the Genesis and Magnavox Odyssey.






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