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Actually it was interesting to look back at my post from a year and a half ago and think just how much more stuff I've accumulated since.

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Atari 800xl

Atari 7800

Intellivision

Turbografx 16

NES

NES2 Toploader

SNES

N64

Gamecube w/ Gameboy player

Nintendo Wii

Sega Master System

Sega Genesis model 1

Sega Genesis Model 2 with Sega CD

Sega Saturn with Netlink

Sega Dreamcast

Playstation 1

Playstation 2

Playstation 2 slim

Playstation 3 60gb (with 120 gb HDD)

Xbox

 

Most of those are hooked up to my TV...all but the NES2 and Intellivision or any of the doubles...I have 2 or 3 of every Sega console.

 

As for handhelds I've got

 

1989 Gameboy

Virtual Boy

Gameboy color

Gameboy Advance

Nintendo DS Lite

Sega Game Gear

Neogeo Pocket Color

Game.com

PSP-1000

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I have:

 

Nintendo

NES

SNES

N64

Wii

Gameboy

Gameboy color

Sony

PS1 old model

PS2 new model

PS3

Microsoft

XBOX

XBOX360

Sega

Mastersystem 1 and 2

Megadrive 1 and 2

Saturn

Dreamcast

Gamegear

Atari

2600

Jaguar

Lynx 1 and 2

Philips

Videopac G7000

Videopac G7400

CD-i

MSX 1 and 2

 

Colecovision

Intellivision

Vectrex

Microvision

Radofin Telesports III

 

Commodore

c64

amiga

Edited by Seob

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Atari 2600

Coleco Gemini

ColecoVision

Master System

NES

Genesis (model 2)

SNES

TurboGrafx 16

PSX (1001 and 7501)

N64 (2 black 1 clear smoke)

Saturn

Dreamcast

PS2 (fat and slim)

Xbox (black and Halo edition)

Gamecube

Xbox 360

 

Handhelds:

 

Gameboy Pocket

Gameboy Advanced

GameGear

SEGA Nomad

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Dear lord, I'd have to do a catalog of my collection to be sure but off the top of my head:

 

Apple

*Apple IIe

*Apple IIgs

Macintosh 128K

Macintosh Plus

 

Atari

Atari 2600 (Heavy sixer, 4 switch, vader, Sears Video Arcade II)

*Atari 5200

*Atari 7800

Atari 400

Atari 800

Atari 1200X

Atari 600XL

*Atari 800XL

Atari XEGS

Atari 520ST

Atari 1040ST

Atari Mega ST 4

*Atari Mega STE

*Atari Lynx (both models)

 

Coleco

Colecovision

*Coleco Adam (both versions)

 

Commodore

*Commodore Vic-20

*Commodore 64

*Amiga 1200

 

Magnavox

Odyssey

Odyssey 2

 

Mattel

*Intellivision I

Intellivision II

INTV III

Aquarius

 

Microsoft

*Xbox 360

 

NEC

*Turbo Duo

*Turbo Express

 

Nintendo

*NES (with Famicom Disk System)

*SNES

*Virtual Boy

Gameboy Advance

*Nintendo DS

GameCube

*Wii

 

Sega

*Sega Master System

*Sega Genesis (I and II)

*Sega CD (both models)

*Sega 32X

*Sega Dreamcast

*Sega Saturn

Sega Gamegear

 

Sony

*Playstation 2

*Playstation 3

*Sony PSP

 

Others

Arcadia 2001 (and about 10 different clones)

MPT-03

*Color Computer 3

Fairchild Channel F

*IBM PCjr

Laseractive

MSX 2+

Microvision

*Neo Geo MVS (consolized)

RCA Studio II

Spectravideo SV-328

*TI-99/4a

Timex 1000

Tomy Tutor

*Vectrex

Videobrain

 

And some Pong units which I'm not going to list out. They're not really 'consoles' anyway...

 

 

* = Hooked up and playable

 

I'm sure I'm missing stuff, but that's the bulk of it. Way too much crap... :)

 

Tempest

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Actually out and in use, I have:

 

Atari 2600 (light sixer)

Atari 5200 (four port)

Atari 7800

TG-16

NES

SNES

800XL

Intellivision

Genesis 2

Lynx

Jaguar w/ CD

PS2

 

Stored in the basement, I also have two 4-switch woodies, a second Intellivision, a second Genesis 2, a Genesis model 1, three additional Lynxes (two MIB), a 1200XL, a 600XL, an XEGM, and a 130XE. There may be more, but I haven't inventoried the basement in years, and the A8 stuff dates back a couple of decades or more.

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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:

 

Colecovision (box possibly , maybe pending :) )

NES (CIB)

SNES (CIB)

Genesis (M2) (Still needs box,hint hint)

Sega CD (Box,MAYBE pending,IDK)

Dreamcast (Still needs box,hint hint)

N64 (Still needs box,hint hint)

PS1 (CIB)

PS2 (CIB)

Gamecube (CIB)

360 (CIB)

 

Handhelds:

Original (Fat) Gameboy (Still needs box, hint hint)

PSP (CIB)

 

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....

No Atari?

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Pong - APF TV version

Pong - Bentley Compu-Vision version

Atari Flashback 2

Jakks Atari 10 in 1 Joystick

Intellivision 25 controller

Namco 12 in 1 Joystick

Yobo FC3 (knockoff that plays NES / SNES / Genesis)

NEX clone of NES

Sega Genesis 3

Super Nintendo

Nintendo Virtual Boy

Many many many gameboys laying around of all types

Atari Jaguar + CD

Nintendo 64 (black)

Nintendo 64 (Pikachu edition)

Nintendo GameCube (black with black GameBoy Player)

Nintendo GameCube (indigo with indigo GameBoy Player)

Nintendo GameCube (platinum with platinum GameBoy Player)

Nintendo GameCube (spice orange with spice orange GameBoy Player)

Panasonic Q (with Panasonic Q GameBoy Player)

Nintendo Wii (external case replaced to be black)

2 x Sega GameGear (including TV tuner)

2 x Atari Lynx 1

4 x Atari Lynx 2

 

And most of all, 16 small LCD TV's so I can set up all this crap once in a while for OTHER people to play :roll:

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I own

 

ATARI

Atari 2600

Atari 5200

Atari 7800

Atari Jaguar

 

Nintendo

Nintendo Nes

Nintendo Nes Top Loader

Super Nintendo

Nintendo 64

Game Cube

nintendo Wii

Nintendo Ds

 

Sega

Sega Master

Sega Genesis Model 1

Sega Genesis Model 2

Sega Genesis Model 3

Sega Genesis Cd System Model 2

Sega Nomad

Sega CDX

Sega Saturn

Sega Dreamcast

Sega Game Gear

 

 

Coleco

Coleco Vision

 

Vecrex

Vectrex System

 

NEC

Turbo Grafx 16

Turbo Grafx CD System

PC Engine DUO RX SYSTEM

 

Panasonoc

3DO System

 

JVC

JVC CDEYE System

 

SONY

Sony PS2

PSP

 

Microsoft

XBOX

XBOX 360

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Tokyo Pong

2600 jr

2600 4 switch woody

7800

Jaguar

Lynx 1

2 x Lynx 2

 

2 Dreamcast

Sega mastersystem

 

7 or 8 Vectrex

 

Commodore SX-64

C64

 

VirtualBoy

 

Microvision

 

Neogeo Pocket

 

Gameboy

 

PS/2

Nintendo DS

Gamecube

Wii

360

Edited by dgo

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Oh, what the heck:

 

Disclaimer: I'm including add-on adapters, such as Expansion Module #1 and Intellivision ECS, on the grounds that they provide additional means of playing the software of a different respective system, and therefore serve as a different console. Also, the ECS Computer Adapter is required for a handful of Intellivision games to run. Finally, I'm including Jakks-type plug-'n'-play joystick games because, based on the definition we all seem to agree on, they are standalone consoles...and if Pongs count, why shouldn't they? :)

 

Odyssey

Odyssey 100

Odyssey 300

Odyssey 400

Sears Pong

APF TV Fun

Hanimex TV Game (Model 777)

Sears Hockey-Tennis III

Wonder Wizard

Venture Electronics Video Sports

Coleco Telstar

Coleco Telstar Alpha

Coleco Combat!

Atari Super Pong Pro-Am Ten

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard w/ gun

Fairchild Channel F (actually, VES)

Fairchild Channel F (System II)

Bally Computer System / Astrocade

Odyssey 2

Odyssey 2 (raised logo, smooth keyboard)

Sears Video Arcade (Heavy 6er)

Sears Video Arcade (4-switch)

Sears Video Arcade II

Atari Video Computer System (6-switch)

Atari Video Computer System (4-switch)

Atari 2600 (Vader 4-switch)

Atari 2600 jr. (short rainbow)

Atari 2600 jr. (long rainbow)

Edu-Games 2600 (Argentinian 2600jr clone, PAL)

Atari 5200 (4-port)

Atari 5200 (2-port)

Atari 2600 Adapter (plays 2600 games on the 5200)

Atari 7800

Atari 800

Atari 600XL

Atari 800XL

Intellivision

Intellivision II

Intellivision ECS Computer Adapter

Tandyvision One

Intellivision (Sylvania)

Colecovision

Colecovision Expansion Module #1 (2600 Adapter)

Vectrex

Apple IIe

Apple IIe+

Commodore 64

Timex Sinclair TS1000

Compaq Portable ("luggable" clone of IBM PC)

Compaq Portable 386

Nintendo NES (Toaster)

Nintendo NES (Toploader)

Nintendo SNES

Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64 (orange)

Nintendo Wii

Nintendo Game Boy

Nintendo Super Game Boy

JVC X'Eye

Sega Genesis

Sega Genesis (Model 2)

Sega CD (Model 2)

Sega 32X

Sega Saturn

Sega Dreamcast

Sega Game Gear

Sony Playstation

Sony PSOne

Sony Playstation 2

Atari Flashback 2

Messiah Generation NEX

Jakks Pacific Atari Joystick

Jakks Pacific Atari Paddle

Namco Ms. Pac-Man stick

Konami Frogger Stick

Powerjoy III (Famicom/NES Pirate, compatible with Famicom cartridges)

 

I've also got some orphaned TI99/4a, TRS-80 Color Computer, VIC-20, and Microvision cartridges I still need to provide homes for.

 

My brother and sister have a Jaguar, JagCD, 3DO, Xbox, Xbox360, PSP, Game Boy Advance, and Nintendo DS, and Gamecube, so I at least have access to those (3DO's the most interesting, I think).

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I have:

 

ATARI

atari 2800

atari 7800

Atari 2600 vader

Atari 2600 wood

atari 2600 jr

atari 5200

 

 

NINTENDO

nes

snes models 1 and 2

n64

gamecube

gameboy

gameboy pocket

gba

gameboy color

virtual boy

Wii

ds lite

 

SEGA

gamegear

saturn models 1 and 2

dreamcast

sega genesis models 1, 2 and 3

sega master system

pico

nomad

 

 

OTHERS:

3do

magnavox cd-i

playstation ans ps one

 

 

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So far I have a Pong c100, an Atari 2600 light sixer, but the heavy sixer I just bought is shipping out tomorrow. I have an nes, a super nes, an sms, a sega genesis, a ps1, an nes edition gba, a ds, and two game and watches. I'm thinking about getting an Atari 7800 but I'm not sure whether it's worth it or not.

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Let's see...

 

 

Atari 2600

NES

SNES

N64

Gamecube

Wii

Genesis

Dreamcast

PS

PS2

PS3

XBOX

XBOX360

 

I guess that's 13 consoles

 

I also have a few handhelds:

Gameboy Color

GBA

DS

PSP

 

So 17 consoles/handhelds.

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Consoles

Nintendo 64

 

Handhelds

Nintendo DS

Nintendo DSi

Gameboy Advance

Gameboy (Original one)

 

I'm trying to buy my roommate's Super NES off him and am also trying to find good deals on an Atari 2600, Atari Lynx, an NES and a few games I have on a list of must-haves.

Edited by Atari6660

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I'm thinking about getting an Atari 7800 but I'm not sure whether it's worth it or not.

 

I was in that camp for a long time; I thought of it as a sort of crippled NES/SMS-type machine that could play 2600 games...and when the biggest selling point is "it can play 2600 games!," you have to wonder about the quality of its own software. But eventually, I said "screw it, what the hell" and I got a 7800 anyway, and it is pretty cool. The 7800 library is a lot of rehashes of older arcade games, but they're pretty damn good, and there are some unique exclusive titles that certainly keep things interesting.

 

Honestly, you might as well. They're not outrageously expensive or anything (at least, they shouldn't be). But these days, if there had to be only one single reason to get a 7800, it is this: homebrews. They're amazing.

Edited by BassGuitari

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Off the top of my head:

 

Gemini

Atari 7800

Lynx

Jaguar

NES

SNES

GC

Gameboy Classic

Gameboy Color

Gameboy Advance

Gameboy SP

Nintendo DS

SMS

Genesis

Sega CD

Sega Saturn

Sega Dreamcast

Sega Gamegear

Sega 32x

Playstation

Playstation 2

PSP

Xbox

 

I'm sure I'm missing something packed in the boxes.

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I don't normally include them, but I'll include computers and clones/hardware revisions.

 

Odyssey2 x1

Atari 2600 (4 Switch Woody) x1

Atari 2600 (Heavy Sixer) x1

Sears VCS (Heavy Sixer) x4

Sears VCS (Light Sixer x1

Intellivision 2 x1

Colecovision x6

Vectrex x1

Sega Master System x1

NES x5

SNES x5

Genesis M1 x2

Genesis M2 x6??? Maybe more

Sega CD x2

Sega 32x x2

PC Engine x1

PC Engine Duo x1

Funtech Super A'Can x1

Commodore Amiga CD32 x1

Sega Saturn M1 x1

Sega Saturn M2 x3

Sony Playstation x4

Sony Playstation Blue Debugger x1

PSone x2

Sony Playstation 2 x1

Sonly PStwo x1

Nintendo 64 x4

Gamecube x1

Wii x1

Atari XEGS x1

Atari 800XL (x4)

Dreamcast x4

Neo Geo x1, two if you count my MVS board

Xbox x1

Atari 520 ST x1

Texas Instruments TI 994A x1

 

 

Lynx x1

Game Gear x3

Neo Geo Pocket x1

Game Boy Color x3

Game Boy Advance (SP) x1

Nintendo DS x1

 

So...I think that's 86 actual tangible consoles...I exclude discrete logic stuff like pongs, though...and Multi game sticks...because I hate them...though I end up with them occasionally.

 

Actual actual console platforms, though. I think it's about 31.

Edited by Blur2040

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I'm thinking about getting an Atari 7800 but I'm not sure whether it's worth it or not.

 

I was in that camp for a long time; I thought of it as a sort of crippled NES/SMS-type machine that could play 2600 games...and when the biggest selling point is "it can play 2600 games!," you have to wonder about the quality of its own software. But eventually, I said "screw it, what the hell" and I got a 7800 anyway, and it is pretty cool. The 7800 library is a lot of rehashes of older arcade games, but they're pretty damn good, and there are some unique exclusive titles that certainly keep things interesting.

 

Honestly, you might as well. They're not outrageously expensive or anything (at least, they shouldn't be). But these days, if there had to be only one single reason to get a 7800, it is this: homebrews. They're amazing.

 

What are the top three best homebrews you played?

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...these days, if there had to be only one single reason to get a 7800, it is this: homebrews. They're amazing.

 

What are the top three best homebrews you played?

 

Beef Drop, Pac-Man Collection, Space Duel.

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All of my consoles are [PAL], or any British version.

 

NES 1985 - Default colour.

SNES (×2) - Default colour (for now).

N64 - Black

Gamecube with GBA adapter (×2) - Black, Purple & Green colours.

Sega Megadrive II - Default colour.

Playstation 2 - Pink.

Playstation 3 - Default colour.

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