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Don't have many boxes anymore sadly (due to a basement flood), but I've got:

 

Atari 2600

Atary 7800

Colecovision x2

Intelevision

Sega Master System

Sega Genesis Model 1 x2

Sega Genesis Model 2 x 2

Sega CDX

Sega 32X

Sega Saturn x2

Sega Dreamcast x2

NES x2

SNES x2

N64

Gamecube

Wii

X-Box

PS One

PS2

X-Box 360

3DO

Gameboy Advance

Nintendo DS

Sega GameGear x2

Sony PSP

 

....I *think* thats all of them :)

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this is from a text doc i use when these threads come up :D

 

Pong systems

Radio shack T.V scorecard

Unisonic tournament 2000

Telegames pong sports IV

APF electronics T.V fun

Kmarts Electronics 4 thousand - (boxed)

DYN electronics inc.

Roberts Sportsrama 8

Super pong telegames

Coleco Telstar Arcade - (boxed)

 

Atari C-380 video pinball - ( boxed, complete)

Atari 2600 - 6 switch

Atari 2600 Jr.

2 - Atari 2600 - black vader version - (one boxed)

Telegames - (sears 2600)

Sears Video Arcade II system - (2600)

Coleco Gemini 2600 - (boxed, complete)

3 - Atari 7800's - (one boxed)

Atari Lynx

2 - Atari Jaguar - (both boxed, complete)

Jaguar CD

 

Vectrex - (with multicart)

 

2 - Odyssey2's - (both boxed, 1 with inserts, complete)

 

Intelivision - (original, with Intelivoice)

Intelivision2 - (smaller version)

 

Colecovision - (w/Atari 2600 adapter, driving and, rollerball controllers, boxed SA controllers)

Telegames Colecovision (boxed, complete)

 

4 - Turbo Grafx-16's - (one boxed, no inserts , 2 in hard plastic cases , 1 loose)

Turbo Grafx CD - (in a hard plastic case with a TG16)

 

Sony Playstation - (boxed, complete)

Xbox - (boxed, no inserts)

 

Goldstar 3DO - (boxed, complete)- VCD adaptor (boxed, complete)

Panasonic 3DO, FZ-10 deck - (boxed, complete)- VCD adaptor (boxed, complete)

2 - Panasonic 3DO, FZ-1 deck - ( boxed, no inserts) - VCD adaptor (loose)

 

Philips CDI 220 (inside a N64 hardcase)

LG CDI - (GDI 700M) - (boxed, complete)

Philips CDI 350 portable

Goldstar CDI - (boxed, complete)

 

 

3 - Nintendo's - ( 1 top loader) - (2 front loaders - 1 boxed, complete)

2 - Super Nintendo's

Nintendo 64 - (boxed, complete)

Nintendo Game Cube - (boxed, complete)

Gameboy - (original version)

 

2 - Sega master systems

Sega Genesis model 1 - (boxed, complete)

2 - Sega Genesis model 2

Sega CD model 1 - (boxed, complete)

2 - Sega CD model 2 - (1 boxed, complete)

Sega 32X - (boxed, complete)

JVC X-eye

Sega CDX's - (boxed, complete)

Sega Genesis Nomad - (boxed, complete)

2 - Sega Game Gear's - (1 boxed, complete)

3 - Sega Saturn's - (2 in saturn hardcases, 1 boxed, complete)

Sega Dreamcast - (boxed, complete)

Treamcast (bootleg Import with screen - (boxed, complete with vcd player)

 

 

COMPUTERS

E-Machines -- 433i , 256ram, 16mb vid card, 4gig hard drive, win 98se (co. computer)

Atari 800XL - (boxed with all acsessories and books, Original monitor)

TDP Personal computer - (in styrofoam) - (box was damaged by water)

2 - Texas Instruments computers -(boxed)-(1 silver, plain box white egg shell -1 black, complete)

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Atari 2600 (Junior x2)

Atari 7800

Gameboy (Pocket)

SNES

Master System (Mk.II)

Megadrive (Mk.I, Mk.II) + Mega-CD (Mk.II)

Saturn

Dreamcast

Playstation (Old Grey, PSOne)

PS2

 

I'll never be a hard-core collector, but what I have keeps us amused.

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2600 6-switch woody

2600 4-switch woody

2600 "Vader" MIB

2600 Rainbow SIB

2600 JNR

7800 MIB

Lynx II X2

Flashback 1 MIB

Flashback 2 MIB

 

NES "toaster"

SNES

N64 boxed

GC MIB, with GBA adaptor MIB

Wii

GBC

GBA SP

DS

DS Lite

 

Intellivision MIB, stereo and A/V mod & Intellivoice

 

Colecovision, stereo and A/V mod, with roller controller, Super Action controllers and Expansion #1, all MIB & multi-cart

 

SMS

SMS MKII MIB

Mega Drive

Mega Drive MKII MIB

Saturn MIB

Dreamcast MIB

Game Gear

 

Vectrex with multi-cart

 

TI99/4A, with flash card, voice module etc, etc

Spectrum 48K

Atari XEGS

Atari STFM

Amiga 500 X2

Apple IIe X2

Apple IIc X2

Mac Classic X2

Mac Colour

CoCo MK 2 X2

Commodore 64, both models

Plus heaps of printers, joysticks, light guns and peripherals for all of the above.

 

That's all, I think.

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Atari 2600 (several versions)

Atari 5200 (not working anymore)

Atari Jaguar

Sega Genesis w/CD & 32x

Snes

N64

 

 

I only ever use my 2600 though.

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ROLL CALL!

 

Consoles:

2600

5200

Vectrex

Intellivision

Studio 2

NES

SNES

Genesis+SegaCD+Power Base Converter

Playstation

PS2

Dreamcast

GameCube

XBox

XBox 360

 

Computers:

TI 99/4a

Atari 800XL

IBM clones, if those count.

 

Handhelds:

"Gray brick" Gameboy

GameBoy Color

GameBoy Advance(original, none of this hand-crippling SP crap)

NeoGeo Pocket Color

DS Lite

 

 

 

 

Now the question is.... what did I miss? I always overlook something.

 

Edit:

Add a Virtual Boy.

Edited by JB

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I've owned damn near every console but have toned it down to....

Sega Saturn-Has some really great games I grew up playing

Dreamcast-The best looking console ever made and great games to boot.

Xbox-Still keep this because the 360 still can't play 50% of games

Xbox 360-Must for Halo 3 and Skate and future titles

PS3-Can play all my ps1 and ps2 games perfectly

Wii-Can play all my GC games perfectly.

 

I really have 9 consoles when you think about it.

Edited by ManShowBoy

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7800 Pal X3

7800 NTSC X2

7800 SECAM X1

Sears Heavy sixer NTSC

VCS Light sixer PAL

Sega Genisis

Wii

PSone

PS2

1200 XL

800 XL (3 PAL 1 NTSC)

400 (16K and 48k)

GBA

DS Heavy

DS Light

One station

5200 (two four ports, non working!!)

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I always love these threads. Added a couple things since last time.

 

Consoles:

2600 Woody 4-switch

2600 Heavy Sixer

Flashback 2 w/cart mod

Genesis (Version 1)

Sega CD (Version 2)

Dreamcast

FC Twin

Super Famicom (Version 1)

N64

Wii

PS2 Fat

PS2 Slim

 

Classic Computers:

Mac SE

Apple IIGS

600XL

800XL (Ramboified)

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Oh.... Ehm, no I need to think....

 

Atari 2600

Atari 600XL

Atari 800XL

Atari 1200XL

Atari 800XE

Atari 130XE

Atari 65XE

Atari XEGS

Atari Lynx II

Amiga 500

Amiga 500+

Amiga 600

Amiga 1000

Amiga 1200

Amiga 2000

Amiga 2000HD

Amiga 2500

Amiga 2500/030

Amiga 2500UX

Amiga 3000

Amiga 3000UX

Amiga 3000T

Amiga 3000T040

Amiga 4000

Amiga 4000cr

Amiga 4000T

Amiga CDTV

Amiga CD32

Microsoft XBox

Nintendo WII

Various Game & Watch handheld

Sony Playstation 1

Sony PSP

My custom built PC

 

Ehr, might have missed a few.

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Might be easier to list what I do *not* have:

original Odyssey

Coleco Telstar with triangle cart

Arcadia

Adventurevision

Fairchild Channel F

 

CDi

3DO

Pippin

Nomad

Turboexpress

Turbo Duo

Neo Geo

XBox

XBox 360

PS3

Wii

Nuon

 

I think that's all...

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I've added a few since I last posted one of these lists:

 

Consoles:

 

APF MP-1000

 

Atari:

2600 (light sixer) (My first system)

2600 (heavy sixer) (w/ box & inserts)

2600 (darth vader) (2)

2600 (light sixer) (non-working)

Sears Arcade II

5200 (4-port)

7800

Jaguar

 

Bally Home Library Computer (CIB)

Bally Arcade (non-working)

 

Colecovision (2)

 

Emerson Arcadia 2001 (Canadian version Leisure Vision) (CIB)

 

Fairchild Channel F (model 2)

 

GCE - Vectrex

 

Mattel:

Intellivision (Gold & Brown Model 1) (2 one w/ box) (w/3 voice modules)

Intellivision II (w/ Atari VCS adapter and ECS)

Intellivision III (INTV) (defective)

 

 

Magnavox Odyssey 2 (2) (one CIB and w/ "The Voice" and the other non-functional)

 

 

NEC:

PC Engine Duo

Turbo Grafx 16

 

Nintendo:

Sharp Famicom Twin AN-500B

NES (model 1) (4)

Virtual Boy

SNES (model 1) (3)

N64 (model 1) (2)

Game Cube (Platinum Limt. Ed. w/ box & GBA adapter)

Game Cube (Blue w/ GBA Adapter)

 

Panasonic - FZ-10 3DO (in box)

 

RCA:

RCA Studio II (CIB) (Manual severely water damaged)

RCA Studio II (non-working)

 

Sega

Master System (model 1)

Master System (SegaScope 3-D) (CIB)

Genesis (model 1) (3)

CD unit (model 2)

32X (3) (one complete w/ all cords the other just unit itself and one CIB)

Saturn (model 1) (2) (both functional but one overheats)

Dreamcast (model 1 white)

 

 

Sony PlayStation (model 1) (2)

 

Worlds of Wonder ActionMax (CIB)

 

 

Computers:

 

Amstrad CPC 464 w/ GT 65 monitor

 

Apple:

IIe

IIc

2 Macintosh SE

Macintosh SE/30

2 Macintosh Classic (1 defective)

Macintosh Classic II (defective)

Power Macintosh 6100/60AV (video problems)

Performa 6400/180 (non-working)

G3 iMac

 

AT&T PC 6300 (video problems)

 

Atari 800 (2) (one CIB and one non working)

Atari 800XL (3) (one non-working)

Atari 1040 STF

 

 

Commodore:

Vic-20 (original brown/gold badged) (2 one w/ box)

C64 (original "bread box) (2 one w/ box)

C128 (model 1)

C128D

Plus/4 (3 two w/ box) (one good and other two non-functional)

C16 (2) (one good w/ box, one defective)

 

Mattel Aquarius (2) (one CIB)

 

Sega SC3000

 

Sinclair:

Spectrum +2 (original gray model)

 

Sony:

MSX2+ HB-F1XDJ (was badly damaged by some careless postal worker) will be replaced soon with MSX2+ HB-F1XV

 

Tandy:

Color Computer 1

Color Computer 2 (2)

Color Computer 3

 

 

Texas Instruments:

TI99/4A (2)

w/ Peripheral Expansion Box "PEB",

 

Timex/Sinclair - 1000 (w/ box. & 16k Ram Module also w/ box) (non working)

 

Plus several old PC's.

 

Hand helds/Table tops:

 

BanDai - Wonder Swan Color

 

Coleco - Electronic Quarterback

 

Entex - Arcade Defender

Entex - Super Cobra

Entex - Space Invader

Entex - Stargate

 

Mattel - Classic Football

 

MB Electronics - Microvision (CIB)

 

NEC - Turbo Express

 

Nintendo - GBA (2) (one white translucent, one solid blue)

2 Game Boy (original)

 

Parker Brothers - Merlin

Parker Brothers - Simon (CIB)

 

Sega - Game Gear (3) (one w/ Super Wide Gear adapter, one non-functional, one untested)

 

Tiger - Star Trek The Next Generation

 

 

Dedicated Units:

Atari - Flashback 2

Atari - plug 'n' play 2600 Paddle games

Sears Telegames Pong Sports IV (CIB)

Telematch 4 "Concert Hall 7700"

 

Majesco - TV Arcade Frogger

Edited by darthkur

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1. PS2

2. Atari 800XL (okay it's sort of a console)

3. Dreamcast

4. N64

5. Atari ST (not a console but still a gaming system)

Edited by Ross PK

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Consoles:

 

1 * Atari 2600

1 * Atari 7800

2 * Atari Lynx

1 * Atari Flashback

1 * Bit Corp Gamate

1 * Colecovision

1 * Commodore Amiga CD32

1 * Gizmondo

1 * Intellivision

1 * Microsoft XBOX (Boxed)

1 * Neo-Geo AES (Boxed)

1 * Neo-Geo Pocket (Boxed)

1 * Neo-Geo Pocket Color (Boxed)

1 * Nintendo Game Boy

1 * Nintendo Game Boy Pocket

1 * Nintendo Game Boy Color (Boxed)

1 * Nintendo Game Boy Advance

1 * Nintendo Gamecube (Boxed)

2 * Nintendo N64 (1 Boxed)

2 * Nintendo NES (1 Boxed)

1 * Nintendo Virtual Boy (Boxed)

1 * Philips G7000 (Odyssey 2)

1 * Philips G74002 * Sega Dreamcast (Boxed)

5 * Sega Saturn (3 Boxed)

3 * Sega Megadrive (2 Boxed)

2 * Sega Megadrive II (1 Boxed)

2 * Sega MegaCD II

1 * Sega Mega Jet (Boxed)

2 * Sega 32X (1 Boxed)

1 * Sega SG-1000 Mk II (Boxed)

3 * Sega SC-3000 (2 Boxed)

2 * Sega Master System I

2 * Sega Master System II

2 * Sega Game Gear (1 Boxed)

1 * Sega PICO

1 * Sharp Twin Famicom

5 * Sony Playstation

1 * Sony Playstation 2 (Boxed)

1 * Tiger game.com (Boxed)

1 * Vectrex (Boxed)

1 * VTech Socrates

1 * Watara Supervision

1 * Wonderswan Swan Crystal (Boxed)

 

Computers:

 

1 * Atari 130XE

2 * Atari 800

1 * Atari 800XL

1 * Atari 1200XL

1 * Atari 520 STM

1 * Atari 520STE

1 * Atari 1040STFM

1 * Atari 1040STE

1 * Atari Mega ST 4

1 * Atari Falcon

1 * Atari Portfolio (NIB)

1 * Canon X-07

2 * Commodore Amiga 500 (1 Boxed)

1 * Commodore Amiga 600

1 * Commodore Amiga 1200

7 * Commodore 64 (4 Boxed)

1 * Commodore 128

1 * Commodore VIC 20

1 * Epson HX20

1 * Ericsson Portable PC

1 * Mac Classic II

2 * Mac SE

1 * Mac Portable

1 * Mac LC475

1 * Mac Performa 400

1 * Mac Performa 460

1 * Mac Performa 475

1 * Sinclair ZX81 (Boxed)

1 * Sinclair Spectrum 48K (Boxed)

1 * Sinclair Spectrum + (Boxed)

1 * Sinclair Spectrum 128k (Boxed)

1 * Spectravideo SVI-728

1 * Triumph-Adler Alphatronic PC

1 * TRS-80 CoCo

1 * VTech Laser 200

1 * Yashica YC-64

 

108 Total

 

Those are the ones I can remember of the top of my head, I'll edit later.

 

/T

Edited by Trooper

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Way way too many. I think I own just about every console released in the US except for the CD-i, 3DO, and Xbox/360. I'm sure there may be one or two obscure ones I'm missing, but I have most of them covered.

 

I also have a few import consoles as well like the MSX.

 

Tempest

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I just recently got into re-collecting after I basically sold everything at a tagsale when I was 9 (20 yrs ago) for some spending $....and wanted to know what systems you all have or genres you all lean towards collecting for games...here are mine so far:

 

As for games...I am DEFINATELY an RPG-er,only collecting rpg's for ps1 & 2 (some 'cube & xbox) as well as the popular ones for snes as well) but have the classics and some rares for the older consoles....

 

PS2

Xbox

Wii

GBA

 

Kept the boxes exept for ps2. I foolishly threw it out a few weeks after I got it. I don't call myself a collector but I have been buying lots of old cheap xbox games out of print (and plan to keep everything). I didn't get the xbox until summer '05 and missed out on some great titles. Just today I picked up Azurik and Nightcaster. Haven't played them yet...

 

Had a NES once it broke so it got thrown out. had a genesis sold it after 6 months of ownership. Regretted that ever since....

 

I like racing games the most but started getting into FPS games early this year.

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I own 7 consoles:

 

NES(3 front-loaders, 1 with box, 1 which I will sell, 1 which will(hopefully) be replaced by a top-loader)

SNES(dead, will be buying a replacement system soon)

Nintendo 64(with box)

PlayStation(mini PSone version, no box)

GameCube(with box)

PlayStation 2(slimline, with box)

Wii(with box)

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To clarify I still have the boxes for the Dreamcast and for it's acsessories near enough all mint, and I also have the box for the slimline PS2 which is mint as well.

 

I used to even have the reciept for the Dreamcast, could have sworn I had put in the console's box, but it isn't there anymore. :(

 

I guess it's not important, but it was a nice addition to have.

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I'm with Tempest, way,way to many. Maybe not in the same league as he is, but I've got a lot of sytems and games. I noticed some people mentioned handhelds, I've got over 1200 of those alone. If you want to take a gander, take a look at My games

 

later,

Charles

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We've got a TurboGrafx-16, two Dreamcasts, a PSOne, a PS2, a Game Cube and an XBox in the house, but what we collect are handhelds:

 

handhelds.jpg

 

From top left and following semi-logical columns, the systems are : MIB Atari Lynx I, MIB Bandai Wonderswan (Pearl White), MIB Bandai Swancrystal (Violet), Wonderswan, Bandai Wonderswan Color, Swancrystal (#2), SNK NeoGeo Pocket Color version 1 (crystal), SNK NeoGeo Pocket Color version 1 (silver), SNK NeoGeo Pocket (blue camo), SNK NeoGeo Pocket Color version 2 (metalic blue), (btt) MIB Tiger R-Zone, NEC TurboExpress, Game Park Holdings GP2X, original Nintendo Game Boy (x3), Game Boy Pocket (black), Game Boy Light (silver), Pokemon Edition Game Boy Color (x2), Game King I, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo Game Boy Micro (x2), Game Boy Advance SP (x4), Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite (x3), (btt) Milton Bradley Microvision, Nintendo Game & Watch Donkey Kong Hockey, Atari Lynx I (#2), Atari Lynx II (x2), Sega Nomad, Sega Game Gear (x2), Tiger game.com, Tiger R-Zone, Sony PSP (x2), Quickshot Supervision and a Watara Supervision...

 

Handhelds are great to collect because you don't need to worry about how you're going to hook them up to the TV, and they're small and easy to store away... Here's how they're displayed in our basement:

 

case_full.jpg

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I think I own just about every console released in the US except for the CD-i, 3DO, and Xbox/360. I'm sure there may be one or two obscure ones I'm missing, but I have most of them covered.

Same here, except I do have a 3DO and two Xboxes and one 360. I've got like a hundred or so consoles and computers I think, not including the dupes - like having four Lynx's and 10-15 2600 class variations for example. :D

 

But even I don't have a CD-i, it sucks so badly. :P

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I think I own just about every console released in the US except for the CD-i, 3DO, and Xbox/360. I'm sure there may be one or two obscure ones I'm missing, but I have most of them covered.

Same here, except I do have a 3DO and two Xboxes and one 360. I've got like a hundred or so consoles and computers I think, not including the dupes - like having four Lynx's and 10-15 2600 class variations for example. :D

 

But even I don't have a CD-i, it sucks so badly. :P

 

oh common it isnt as bad as some of the other crap systems you got :P

have you even tried to play one? ;)

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