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21. Posted: Thu 16th Dec 2010 09:21 GMT
Props on the Goof Troop in the box and Wayne Gretzky N64, grenworthshero!
Haha, yeah, I got lucky, I found Goof Troop at Half-Price Books a few months ago, still in its box, in excellent shape. I played that at my friend's house as a kid and I liked it a lot. I still have the original box for most of my N64 games, including Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey.
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22. Posted: Thu 16th Dec 2010 18:17 GMT
@HolyMackerel - up top! StarBoy high-fives HolyMackerel I'm not sure if there's much difference between the PlayStation and the Saturn versions either. Maybe the soundtrack has a slightly different sound quality in each version?@Besen - can't wait to see your retro gaming photos. @PizzaMan - no need to feel ashamed. It's okay.
Edited on Fri 17th December, 2010 @ 01:04 by WanderFan91
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23. Posted: Fri 17th Dec 2010 06:12 GMT
@GrensworthheroWas your first console the N64 by any chance? Because your collection starts off big with the N64, along with the GCN and now Wii. While the Nes and Snes are laging nicely behind in comparison.
Edited on Fri 17th December, 2010 @ 06:12 by WaveBoy
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24. Posted: Fri 17th Dec 2010 21:07 GMT
The word "Gem" is overused.
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25. Posted: Fri 17th Dec 2010 21:14 GMT
Wheres all the love for sega consoles Believe it or not, im getting sega mega cd for christmas
Edited on Sat 18th December, 2010 @ 04:20 by theblackdragon
26. Posted: Fri 17th Dec 2010 21:39 GMT
Well, I tried about 20 different way to post pictures here, and none of them worked. I give up.
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27. Posted: Fri 17th Dec 2010 21:42 GMT
Replace ( with [
This is Besen's glove
Edited on Fri 17th December, 2010 @ 21:43 by y2josh
28. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 02:42 GMT
@y2josh no joke, I tried that at least twice. Kept getting the little "cannot display image" icon. Give me a few, I'll give it one more shot.
29. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 02:54 GMT
All right. I hope I got the html right for these pictures, but here's some of my collection. I didn't go through and take pictures of games, and I just realized that I forgot to get photos of my PS2, Gamecube, Sega Genesis, and Atari 2600, but that's fine. We all make mistakes! Also, I know the quality of these pictures is not very good at all, but that's because I had to take the photos with my cell phone. Maybe I should stop spending so much on gaming and start saving up for a real camera.
First up is a couple of shots of the Power Glove. It's a total piece of crap, but it's pretty cool to put on every now and again. In case you were wondering, yes, I did leave the glove on while I took the rest of these photos as well.
This is a sweet Pac-Man wrist watch. It's a little broken right now.
Next up is one of my favorite things to own: my Mario Bros Game & Watch game.
Here's my Virtual Boy with my 2009 NA Club Nintendo Platinum reward sitting on top.
All of my portables.
Nintendo 64, NES, and SNES. The picture sucks and was really dark so I tried to lighten it up a bit. They clearly (and unfortunately) don't get used too often anymore, but I guess that's why the Wii has the Virtual Console, right?
And finally, I know this is supposed to be "classic" gaming but I figured I could brag at least a little bit, here's my current gen setup. PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 all hooked up to my 32 inch 1080p HD TV. And I was watching The Sopranos when this was taken. Great show, by the way.
30. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 02:59 GMT
Nice collection, Besen.
31. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 03:02 GMT
@Besen Can you get that power Glove to work on your left hand?
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32. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 03:05 GMT
I'll get some pics of my Genesis/games when I can.
I have trouble finishing games.
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33. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 03:07 GMT
@shinesprite it's a right handed glove. I don't know if they ever made left handed ones (thought I doubt it), but I couldn't imagine the one that I own working on a left hand. Unless you're fine with being incredibly uncomfortable. Lol.
34. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 03:14 GMT
@Besen They should've made it reversible. The reason why I asked, was because of this.Probably just a cheap image-editing job
35. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 03:24 GMT
@shinesprite yeah, I'm guessing that was edited. Also, I would recommend not holding someone up or using a skateboard while wearing the Power Glove. It just seems like a bad accident waiting to happen.
36. Posted: Sat 18th Dec 2010 03:44 GMT
@GrenworthsheroWas your first console the N64 by any chance? Because your collection starts off big with the N64, along with the GCN and now Wii. While the Nes and Snes are lagging nicely behind in comparison.
haha, interesting that you caught that. No, it wasn't my first console, but that's when I really started getting into video games. My first console was the SNES, but I didn't have many games for it, because I spent most of my time on Super Mario World, Super Mario All-Stars and Stunt Race FX. I also played a lot of GameBoy back then. When the N64 came out, I played Goldeneye 007 and later Ocarina of TIme, and that was what really got me obsessed with video games. I started asking for video games for holiday, and every time I got money I would spend it on the N64. I played so much N64, I kind of forgot about the SNES for a while, and my mom gave it away, and then I stupidly sold my GameBoy and all its games, so I've had to rebuy everything. I never had a NES as a kid, so all the games I have I've bought in the past year.
37. Posted: Tue 8th Feb 2011 06:17 GMT
Nice Thread , here is Mine
Edited on Tue 8th February, 2011 @ 06:25 by QATAR
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38. Posted: Sun 29th May 2011 15:25 BST
Snes with Yoshi's Island on it. Also, Super Scope, which unfortunately stopped working after I fogrot to turn it off for night. D: And Playstation with two games (V-Rally and Gran Turismo) I got for 10€.All the SNES games:NHL 95Super SoccerInternational Superstar SoccerSuper WrestlemaniaNHL 96Mortal KombatIllusion of Time (German version)NHLPA Hockey 93Super TennisSuper Mario WorldThe Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (german version)The Magical Quest starring Mickey MouseTiny Toon Adventures Buster Busts Loose!Street Fighter 2FIFA International SoccerStarwing (german version)Super Scope 6NBA JamThe Lion KingLooney Toons Road RunnerNHL 94Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's IslandDonkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Troubleand Super Mario Bros. 2 for NES, but can't play it 'cause I don't have NES.Super Scope's redeyewhatever on the top of TV.
39. Posted: Sun 29th May 2011 16:09 BST
Pictures from my wonderful game room/collection:
A simple display of main Nintendo home systems from NES to N64 with some of my favorite games placed around them. You can also see most of my pre-order bonus/retail items display at the bottom.
This picture shows my shelf of all the various iterations of Gameboy. At the top you can also see my Samus figurine that I got at a steal of only 10 bucks!
This is my shelf of all things Nintendo DS. As with the Gameboy shelf, every DS iteration plus 3DS is displayed here.
I'm very proud of these. This is the trio of products released to celebrate Mario's 25th Anniversary. All 3 are still sealed and as new as the day I bought them!
Here are my 2 boxed Virtual Boys as well as my prized gold Nintendo 64.
This is the main game library. All Wii and DS/3DS titles are here but I only sit the very best of the older systems here. The rest are in a series of 3 drawers.
This is my budding Japanese section. Its small right now but I've still got a few nice things. This is an area of my collection that needs growth more than any other.
So that's the vast majority of my hardware and software. I have a bunch of other random things like toys, random collector's items, game and watches, store displays, etc. but you get the idea
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40. Posted: Sun 29th May 2011 16:14 BST
@bboy, wow that's amazing!I can't believe you have kept all of the boxes, that is a mighty impressive effort.
I'm attempting to set up a games room, but as I rent it's hard to get somewhere that I can set everything up in at the moment. Hopefully I will own my own place soon (and my gf has already approved a large gameroom - purely so she can make the rest of the house look as she wants) and then I will get my awesome set up going!
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