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61. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:26 BST
I got my JVC X'Eye on clearance at a Toys R' Us years ago for $29.95. They're all over the map on Ebay. I've seen them go for as little as $40 for a used system all the way up to $500 for a new one. They're very nice and very reliable. If you get one, grab a 6-button pad though as they come with the old clunky Genesis controller.
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62. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:26 BST
Woah, Corbie's armed to the teeth with gameing goodness!
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63. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 00:27 BST
Thanks for the advice, I had no clue that there was a system combining a Sega Genesis and a Sega CD. I wonder if there is a system that also combines the Sega 32X (besides the ill-fated Sega Neptune).
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64. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 01:04 BST
Sure there's the Wondermega and Wondermega 2 in Japan. Aiwa makes a little stereo system looking Sega CD/Genesis hybrid in Japan as well. It goes for crazy amount of money to collectors.
Here is what I call the "Mid Rig" which includes systems that are not really old school but not current anymore. It's now a bit different as the SNES is the mini and it's in the other rig. I liked this setup because I could keep my favorite SNES games out in the open instead of on the shelves, but now that the 16-bit rig is in the recessed closet, I have no choice but the keep them on the shelves. Just too damn many of them to keep out in the open. All of these systems are US models except the Dreamcast, which is Japanese. This rig is no longer set up and all the systems, except the Dreamcast, are in boxes in my game room closet. I rotate the Dreamcast in place of my white Saturn from time to time.
Edited on Thu 27th August, 2009 @ 01:06 by Corbs
65. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 01:07 BST
@Corbies 64th postI couldn't help but notice that Donkey Kong Country 2 is in your SNES.Great game!
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66. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 01:12 BST
Hey Corbie, I remember the Wondermega / Multi Mega - The 'rig' is cool - I keep my saturn around for Outrun, Capcom Gen 5 and the Alpha games. Dreamcast stays in a box more these days so its Wii, X-box 1, Saturn and Megadrive taking up room space! Megadrive carts are really annoying though, I stack 'em and they fall all over the place...
Edited on Thu 27th August, 2009 @ 01:13 by Ristar42
67. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 01:57 BST
I'm very jealous I've always wanted to own my own arcade machine but I don't have enough money so MAME will have to suffice for now.
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68. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 02:16 BST
So Corbie how many of your systems can only be hooked up by an ancient RF adapter?
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69. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 02:39 BST
All of my pre-1985 systems use the RF except the XEGS which has an audio/video cable. I don't think any other systems use the RF except those really old ones. I have an RF switcher for them.
70. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 23:36 BST
Here's a couple more pic for today. The first pic is basically just my Super Famicom titles. You can also see the bottom row of my Sega Genesis/Mega Drive stuff. In truth I'm still trying to build up my Sega Genesis collection. I've got a lot of Sega CD games, but only about 25 Genesis games at current. The second pic is my Super NES RPGs. My pride and joy and games I'd never sell at any price. I even have English versions of Seiken Densetsu 3, Star Ocean, and Terranigma (which runs on a US SNES due to having the boot checks removed).
71. Posted: Thu 27th Aug 2009 23:44 BST
One day Corbie, you must post a picture of your ENTIRE collection of consoles set up all at once, like some uber gaming control centre, I'd feint if I saw that.
Your 'Mid-Rig' is definitely my favourite, mmmmm.
72. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 02:45 BST
This is my little rig that I got on Xbox 360 launch day. I ended up giving the little Samsung LCD-HDTV to my niece, but I have to admit, I wish I had kept it as it was such a good little TV. I stayed up until 3am playing Kameo every night that week. Ahhh good times.
What was funny was that I had no plans of getting an LCD-HDTV when I got my Xbox 360, but when my wife and I saw the Kameo demo running on this HDTV at Walmart, we both agreed that we had to get one if we were getting the Xbox 360.
Edited on Fri 28th August, 2009 @ 02:53 by Corbs
73. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 03:10 BST
SNES RPGs...Ohhhh, now that's awesome, not that everything else posted isn't, of course, but I love SNES RPGs like nothing else. I wish I had a collection like that.
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74. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 09:10 BST
This is my little rig that I got on Xbox 360 launch day. I ended up giving the little Samsung LCD-HDTV to my niece, but I have to admit, I wish I had kept it as it was such a good little TV. I stayed up until 3am playing Kameo every night that week. Ahhh good times.What was funny was that I had no plans of getting an LCD-HDTV when I got my Xbox 360, but when my wife and I saw the Kameo demo running on this HDTV at Walmart, we both agreed that we had to get one if we were getting the Xbox 360.http://www.super-nes.com/myxbox3601.jpg
You got all this & I'm suprised you got a wife. I guess she must be heavly into gaming as well
75. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 12:53 BST
Wow! Corbie's gaming palace
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76. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 22:34 BST
I finally broke down and bought this bad boy for my Xbox 360 consoles to use with the shmups and fighting games. I even installed arcade Sanwa OSBF-30 buttons in this baby and put a slightly stiffer joystick spring in. Slapped a thin layer of electrical tape around the joystick actuator and it's silky smooth now. It's basically the exact same setup as the ones found on my arcade cabinets.
77. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 22:47 BST
Corbie if your put all your whole colelction together in one pic i will start crying that would be too awesome
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78. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 23:25 BST
Corbies collection is so awesome nobody i think would ever beat it if anyone did have a bigger one i'd love to see a thread of the Winner Corbie Vs The Enemy the competitor
Edited on Fri 28th August, 2009 @ 23:26 by Tails
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79. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 23:31 BST
Corbie, I think you should put your gameroom up, but like wait outside your house to have people walk by, then show them around inside and give them a tour of all your stuff, and make money to expand it even more, lol. Like a museum
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80. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 23:37 BST
how much should he charge though 2.50 a ticket? or maybe 4.00