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Found 13 results

  1. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    A huge reason why I moved away from modern gaming was to find a hobby that my brother and I could bond over. He's big into Nintendo games, so his first venture into collecting was with the NES. Our first pickups for the system were Super Mario Bros 3, and McKids. That night we cranked through McKids and had a blast doing it. I could definitely tell that after that night, my brother's interest in all periods of gaming, rather than just the 2010s, peaked.
  2. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    Although I don't have the system anymore (Mom gave it away to a goodwill when I upgraded up to a 360), I still have the box. I remember how hyped I was getting this console for my birthday. I had it up until 2010, as I arrived kind of late to the 7th generation. I clocked in hundreds upon hundreds of hours into the system, and it never once had any issues. I don't really have the heart in me to throw it away, hopefully it's out there still kicking it!
  3. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    I am a younger collector, so it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone when I say I lived my late childhood/pre-teen years on The Angry Video Game Nerd. He definitely helped me get interested in retro gaming. The Jaguar videos peaked my interest, mainly the AvP game for the jag. I coveted the game for years, and I'm happy to say that with my recent jaguar purchase, I fulfilled a small childhood wish. I played through the Predator story, and most of the Space Marine story, and let me tell you, it's just as great as I imagined it'd be back when I was 11.
  4. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    Not much story to this one, but this is easily my rarest game that I own. I got this from a Gamecube lot that my friend sold me. It came with a bunch of other uncommon/rare games, but this one definitely caught my eye.
  5. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    I grew up in the 6th generation of gaming, but my first system was my parent's PS1. I remember this being my first video game that I've ever played. I always remember having a good laugh just running into enemies and gliding from the highest points of each level. I picked this up when my retro game store had a PSX in stock. I still to this day have a blast with this game, easily my favorite collectathon game.
  6. SmellyJelly

    Modern Handhelds

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    Here is my DS/3DS collection. I also have quite a bit of loose DS carts.
  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. These are the YouTube gaming channels we watch. Which ones do you watch? RetroLiberty http://www.youtube.com/RetroLiberty Video Game Sellers JHMDF https://www.youtube.com/user/JHMDF ArcadeImpossible http://youtube.com/arcadeimpossible PushingUpRoses http://www.youtube.com/PushingUpRoses LuigiFreakout123 http://www.youtube.com/LuigiFreakout123 Croooow111 http://www.youtube.com/Croooow111 StephsTooDef http://www.youtube.com/StephsTooDef BeatEmUps https://www.youtube.com/BeatEmUps
  12. If you could go back to when you first started gaming/collecting, be that 1977, 1985, or 1993, knowing what you know now, what, if anything would you do differently. This could range from: -I wouldn't throw out boxes and manuals -I would have never bought system X but instead would have focused on system Y -I wouldn't have lent games to friends, or let my little brother destroy my games -I would have bought system X that I never got into, etc. -I would have played more RPG's knowing that I wouldn't have time to as an adult -I would buy certain games/systems that I know would be valuable to sell later I will answer myself, but would like to see some thoughts on this first! Have fun
  13. Recently, I've been getting a bit of an itch to migrate back to PC gaming. The last game I really played on the PC (and actually still do...it's the only game installed on my desktop in my "office") was Quake III Arena. Since that time, I moved on to the PS3, PS4, Xboxes, etc of the world. Mainly because my gaming time is a lot more limited these days and it's just convenient to be sitting in the living room, grab the controller sitting on the table next to me and I have a game up and running real quick. I can sit back and be lazy in the recliner..you know? I've looked at potentially the Corsair Bulldog and Lapdog. It's supposed to be quiet enough that you can actually sit in the living room and items like the lapdog allow you to use a keyboard and mouse. Sounded good until I kept reading about the lag when using televisions and the fact that this lapdog requires you to pay $120 plus get a K65 or K70 keyboard and I have "higher" arms on the recliner which I don't know if it'd work right anyway. Of course now, over the last few days, I've been seeing these crazy sale prices on Steam. Steam isn't really something I like...I prefer to have physical media....but I've been reading where you can supposedly download your games now and then back them up to a disk? Still though....11 bucks for the entire Bioshock series? Yes, I have all of them for the PS3 sitting on the shelf (2 and 3 never even opened), Very very tempting. Upgraded PC or not.
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