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  1. Lets see them! Share the glory that is your 3DO collection. Pictured are my games cased and long boxes (have a few more in storage) and games in CD cases which i will be casing in DVD cases soon. Finally got the Doctor Hauzer english translation. I'll take a pic of my FZ-1 and controllers when i get home.
  2. I don't know if anyone here is familiar with Darius, but Taito has announced that they are releasing The Darius Cozmic Collection for Nintendo Switch! Here's the offical Japanese page: http://darius.jp/cozmic/ Note: This game is already out in Japan, but look forward to a US release.
  3. SmellyJelly

    Disc Games

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    Here are all of my Disc games (minus my PS3 collection). From top to bottom we have OG Xbox, Wii, Wii-U, Gamecube, PSX, Dreamcast, and Manga :^)

    © SmellyJelly

  4. SmellyJelly

    My Atari Games.

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    The 2600 is my favorite system to collect for. From the Cartridge art, to the charm of how simple the games were, I just love the 2600 so much. Easily my favorite games are Pitfall!, Haunted House, Berzerk, and Yar's Revenge. The Halloween cartridge is just a reproduction cart.

    © SmellyJelly

  5. SmellyJelly

    My Retro Handhelds

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    I don't have many handheld games, but the ones that I do have I enjoy playing frequently. The lynx definitely gets the most use out of all of them.

    © SmellyJelly

  6. SmellyJelly

    The Controller Bin

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    All of my controllers that I've collected overtime. The controllers that I use frequently aren't typically in here.

    © SmellyJelly

  7. SmellyJelly

    Boxes, Boxes, Boxes

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    All the boxes I've saved over time (pardon the anime).

    © SmellyJelly

  8. SmellyJelly

    Famicom Classic

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    I got this for Christmas last year. I typically use it when I'm at a friend's house.

    © SmellyJelly

  9. From the album: Smelly's Setup

    Here's my desk with some of my more modern consoles, my computer, and one of my favorite consoles of all time, the Atari Jaguar. I've always thought it looked cool/intriguing as a kid, and I recently picked it up. Other than that I have my PS3 super slim, a red Nintendo Wii, and a Halo Edition Xbox. I do use my computer to game (mainly for GoG/Steam games, occasionally Overwatch), but I definitely am on my consoles way more often.

    © SmellyJelly

  10. SmellyJelly

    CRT Setup

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    Here's my setup with all of my cart games and some of my consoles. From clockwise starting in the top left we have the Pikachu Nintendo 64, Sega Dreamcast, Playstation 1, Toploader NES, Model II Genesis, and a 4-switch Atari 2600. They all get their use, and I constantly am making sure the area itself is clean/dust-free.

    © SmellyJelly

  11. eBay Item Number: 192435479336 Ebay seller: prewarjunkie This is my personal Intellivision collection. Mattel Intellivision2, CIB 27 boxed game's with instructions and overlays, 2 loose game's, voice synthesis module, aftermarket joystick controller attachments, controller circuit matrix with paperwork straight from Mattel and Mattel licensed power supply
  12. This is my games room which is where I keep all my game related stuff.
  13. Atarileaf asked this question and I thought it was a cool question so I did a video response on it. I would love to hear everyone else's answers on the question. The games don't haft to be for the Colecovision but since the Colecovision should be everyone here's favorite system I figure it will be mostly all Colecovision games here. You don't haft to do a video response you can just post the answers here. I would love to see pictures or video responses as those are the most fun to see. ****Remember you must have the cart only in your collection for it to be "wished" to turn into a CIB(Complete In Box).**** Here is my 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r5YxvqGnfE&feature=youtu.be
  14. Fairchild Channel F Collection Serial #: (319955) Console in excellent condition. Outer cardboard box has a bit of wear and damage but the unit has been kept in plastic for many years. The paperwork, registration card, and original pamphlet are all in excellent shape. The collection includes almost every game made for the system... Videocart-1 through Videocart 26. The only three that are missing are 16, 19 and 20. All games have original boxes and original manuals. I know the values rather well I am just curious if anyone here might want to make a serious offer. P
  15. nommix

    My Collection

    From the album: Have you played.....?

    © NommiX

  16. Hi All, Here is my growing collection, though a lot of it I already had from my Childhood Atari 130XE system Atari 8-bit Games Atari 8-bit Software Atari 8-bit Hardware Atari ST Hardware Atari 7800 Games Atari 7800 Hardware Atari Lynx Game (Newest Collecting item so don't have many games yet) Atari Lynx Hardware Misc Hardware My trusty Commodore 1701 Monitor Quickshot Joysticks (I killed many of these as a child on Decathlon!) So there ya have it I just missed out on a PAL Atari 400 last night so looking out for one of those Cheers Rel
  17. Hey guys, here we will discuss what games we want that we already do not have. You can put as many as you'd like but I'll just put ten. 1. Adventure 2. Moon Patrol 3. Combat (Mine has a black screen) 4. Demons To Diamonds 4. Indy 500 5. Millipede 6. Ice Hockey 7. River Raid II 8. Name This Game 9. Gravitar 10.Basketball
  18. This is my current setup. I'm more of a hardware nerd than anything else.
  19. I made a video talking about deciding which games to keep in my genesis collection along with game video capture from my system. Let me know which games I should keep! https://youtu.be/kBkkrPVn5-A
  20. Posted on Ebay My personal Atari 2600 light sixer with 2-3 channel selector. Power supply, 2 joysticks, a paddle controller, Video game brain RGA-1360, 103 cartridges no duplicates, 50 eproms plus adapter, 15 CIB title's a few of them are NIB, instruction manuals, owner's manual and other literature, The Atari game console box is Just A Box. A few rare title's and cartridge variations. Boxed title's- NIB- Gravitar Football Real sports baseball Battlezone Super Football CIB- Football Home run Juman Cannonball Jungle Hunt Joust Pole Position Miss Pac-Man galaxian Frogger Kangaroo. LOOSE- Cosmic ark Star Voyager demon attack riddle of the Sphinx gangsters Alley dragster Tapper Spy Hunter Star Trek -Flanged variant GI Joe Popeye Super Mario Brothers Pitfall Pitfall 2 Grand Prix Frogger 2 three deep Spider-Man Superman- Red text label Laser-blast Mega mania front line Donkey Kong jr. Qbert Crossbow Spitfire attack Mash Enduro- Blue Label skate boardin fast food coco nuts Space jockey Fun with numbers Basic math Speedway II Target fun Chopper command Hangman Congo bongo Yars revenge Dragon fire Pele soccer Bowling Space War Surround Space Invaders Planet Patrol Dodgem Mouse trap Atlantis- Day label Sky jinks Star wars Plaque attack I'm probably leaving a few out. Please refer to images. EPROMS- Dodgem ,Casinos, circus attack ,Donkey Kong, trickshot ,Frogger ,Custer's Revenge ,bridge, video chess, Grand Prix, Maze Craze,Pac-Man,barnstorming, warplock,Atari Checkers,Cosmic swarm, demons to diamonds, Diamond attack, surround, Stellar track, circus, Superman, inferno, Star Wars, human Cannonball, Golf, Street racer, skyjinks, barnstorming, night driver, laser-blast, Kaboom, baseball, Canyon bomber, slot racer, codebreaker, brain games, Checkers, surround, bowling, Stampede, concentration, freeway, breakout, space combat fishing derby skeet shoot skydiver Haunted House basic program Adventure space Chase Earth World super challenge baseball armor Ambush super breakout encounter Vanguard Crypt of chaos submarine command firefighter Defender star Voyager yars Revenge haunted house riddle of the Sphinx copper command Star Master football video chess skydiver 3D tic-tac-toe Warlords copter command backgammon Pitfall bezerk Missile Command Casino Space Invaders dragster Donkey Kong Dodge on ice h
  21. From the album: Lord Innit's Collection

    All my boxed Atari 2600 games so far. About 137 so far. Getting there slowly.
  22. DeusVult

    Atari 2600 Collection

    From the album: DeusVult's Atari 2600 Collection

    This is my entire collection with systems and controls along with other Memorabillia. This was taken at my apartment before I moved into the house. Building a new display and have ditched the shelf.
  23. Blizzard created Warcraft, Starcraft, Diablo and many other iconic games that inspired a legion of books, figures, comics & much more. TheBigJB shows us his impressive Blizzard collection: PART 1: PART 2: Does anybody else either play WOW or have some cool Blizzard collectables?
  24. You guys all need to check this video out, this guy has one of the most well rounded collection I've ever seen. He has some of the best stuff out there and a few things I didn't even know existed. http://retrogamersociety.com/rgs-video-collectors-edition-episode-4/
  25. Time for another Cmart mini-collection. This time we'll look at all the ECS games, including all variations, as well as all the hardware. Let's start with an overview of everything. (Except the bloody ECS Synths, which I forgot about and had to include later). This includes all the variations of the 6 games, 13 in total, plus the two new Intelligentvision games just for fun (and completeness ). There are also two versions of the ECS Computer Module, the more common white version (the North American release), and the less common brown version (for PAL land). There are also white and brown versions of the ECS Music Synth, but strangely they both come in the box with the white Synth on the front. For reasons I'm not clear on, I now seem to be able to only post one picture per post, so I'm going to take up the next nine posts to fill in the details. And now for the usual disclaimer....if anyone finds something ECS related that I don't have, you know what to do. I'll make it worth your while. (In trade Rev, and by that I mean games.)
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