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April 19th, 2009, 03:59 PM
Since there is already an atari and a commodore topic like this, why not one for game systems?
I guess I'll start it with my collection.

for the home systems I have these
atari 2600 4 switch and sears heavy 6 switch
bally astrocade
magnavox odyssey 2
intv system III
sega master system
genesis second model with cd system
playstation 1
nintendo 64
game cube

dedicated systems
sears tele-games pinball breakay
radio shack tv score board
sc eight thousand

table tops and hand helds
game boy
game boy color
nintendo ds and lite
astro command
galaxy 2
quiz wiz
space laser fight
fabulous fred
head to head hockey
team play football
electronic quarterback
fl packri monster
merlin the electronic wizard
pocket simon
game & watch donkey kong
game & watch mario bros.

Thats it! Lets see what you've got.

April 19th, 2009, 04:07 PM
I mostly game on older PCs and 8/16 bit computer systems (C64, Amiga etc) but I do have some consoles.

Atari 2600 (had this since 1980?)
Atari 5200 (just got it and not sure it works, need a PS to test)
Playstation 1
Xbox 1

April 19th, 2009, 05:22 PM
I have 2 Atari 2600's, a black and wood paneled one. Both are 4 switch and work I just have no way to hook them to a TV anymore. I used to have a Game and Watch but I traded it a long time ago, those were fun. Beyond that I have an Xbox360 but that's pretty far from vintage.

April 19th, 2009, 07:04 PM
Atari 7800
Sears Video Arcade (2600 clone)
Coleco Gemini (2600 clone)
Mattel Intelivision II
Fairchild Channel F
Magnavox Odyssey 2
Sega Master System
Sega Genesis
Sega Dreamcast
Nintendo 64
Turbo Grafix-16
Gameboy Color
Sega GameGear
Nintendo DS
GameBoy Advance
Neo-Geo Pocket Color
Nintendo Wii
Not quite functional
Atari Jaguar
Sega Saturn

April 19th, 2009, 07:49 PM
I don't have much for gaming systems, but:

Grey original GameBoy
2 NES's
Sega Genesis

Does the Atari 65XE or Atari 800 count? I've discovered recently I have a full Atari 800 system with joysticks, paddles, games, etc. I knew I had the system, but had no clue about the accessories and PSUs until opening a box on the top bunk(I use top as shelving). Been playing Space Invaders, Missle Command, etc since then. Even has 2 disk drives and a datacassette player! The 65XE I don't know if it works, have 2 games for it.

Plus, I have a VIC-20 and C64, but although had a wide game base, I think they are less of a game system and more of a PC. The Atari 800 OTOH to me is more game system than computer. Hell, look at its sister system, the Atari 400. That keyboard aint for typing.


April 20th, 2009, 01:40 AM
In the full console are I'm rather boring and modern:
* Microsoft Xbox
* Sony PlayStation 2
* Nintendo Wii

Ditto handhelds:
* Nintendo DS (actually, its my 12 year old's)
* Sony PlayStation Portable (my wife's)

The Xbox, Wii and PSP were freebie sales incentives with HP servers :)

I do have one interesting item, a 'Grandstand' handheld space invaders-clone thing with built in VFD display. No battery cover and I butchered it years ago to take an external AC adapter.

April 20th, 2009, 03:19 AM
Hmmm... I'm mostly a Computer guy, 8-bitters and a few 16-bitters...
But I do have som consoles too:

Gameboy Color
Gameboy Pocket
Nintendo DS
SEGA GameGear
SEGA Master System
SEGA Mega Drive
Atari VCS (2600)
Atari Lynx (I & II)
SwanCrystal Color
Commodore 64GS
Luxor VES (Swedish Fairchild Channel F, model 1)
Luxor VEC (Swedish Fairchild Channel F, model 2)
Videopac G7000
SABA Videoplay (German Fairchild Channel F)
Playstation One
VTech Socrates
Magnavox Odyssey
Philips Odyssey 200
Philips Odyssey 2001

plus 5-10 different Pongs... Most notable is a Commodore TVG-2000K

April 20th, 2009, 07:19 AM
I only have a NES with a couple of games, and a Wii for the girlfriend.
Used to have a dreamcast and an xbox as well but sold them a couple of years ago.

April 20th, 2009, 07:42 AM
I got a small collection of mostly handhelds, and none of it is actually "vintage".

I guess Amigas doesn't count, but I got 1 Commodore Amiga 500 with a pile of various games.
1 Nintendo Entertainement System with 2+1 games (one dual-game cartridge, one single-game cartridge)
1 Atari Lynx II with 2 games
1 GameBoy Color with 4 games
1 Nintendo 64 with no games (got it cheap, I've always liked the system)
1 GameBoy Advanced with the same games I got for the GBC

April 20th, 2009, 09:52 AM
To save myself tying this out I'll supply a link.


April 20th, 2009, 12:49 PM
Theres some nice collections here, but zeela, 3 different Fairchilds:confused7:? I'd happy to have 1.:rolleyes:

April 20th, 2009, 01:18 PM
Hm.. gaming systems I've really held off on collecting just because that leads to needing games and there's no feasible way to collect all the games for each or any console (well ok I'm close with the game.com but that's just because there weren't many games released).

I have:
Intellivision 2
Colecovision/Adam console
Atari VCS-CX2600 (A? dunno)
Atari 2600 (black unit)
Atari 2600 Jr. Rev. A
(3) Gameboy --two I bought pretending like I'd hack em after realizing they had z80 processors
Nitendo Gamecube
Tiger game.com
Playstation 2
well ok last few aren't vintage but PS3 also

Anonymous Freak
April 20th, 2009, 05:48 PM
Not really 'collecting' them, just don't like to throw them out:

Game Boy (original; won in a contest, and had it in my grubby hands the day before they were released, it came with all four launch games, plus the battery pack. I was the envy of the 8th grade. Ironically, I only ever bought one game for it back then, Castlevania.)
Game Boy pocket (2 of these)
Game Boy Color (2 of these)
Game Boy Advance (2 of these)
Game Boy Advance SP (2 of these)
Game Boy Micro
Nintendo DS (2 of these)
Nintendo DS Lite

Plus one of those "Retro" Atari 2600 all-in-one systems. (Looks like a mini 2600, has very original-feeling controllers; but no cartridges, just 40 onboard games.)

My sister has our old Intellivision (with our 52 games,) as well as my old NES.

I used to have a Sega GameGear (funny, I gave my Game Boy to my sister, and bought the Game Gear thinking that with the GG in color, the GB was about to die. Little did I know... My sister returned the GB to me a few years ago.) I gave the GG to a more serious video game collector friend a couple years ago; along with its Master System adaptor. (The GG was essentially a shrunk down Sega Master System; so much so that Sega made a physical adapter that let you plug SMS cartridges in to it.)

The duplicate mobile systems are ones that friends gave to me for my stepson; or replacements that were bought for 'lost' ones, where the lost one was later found. (Except the DS, the two of those were a conscious purchase, so we could play 2-player games. My wife now uses one of the original DSes as 'hers', while the DS Lite is mine. I'll probably get her a DSi soon.)

edit: heh. Until I hit 'submit' and saw my sig, I completely forgot about these two:

Nokia N-Gage (the original one. It was already discontinued when I got it; I got it in trade for a new cameraphone simply because I wanted a 'smartphone' that could sync with OS X. I found the N-Gage on Craigslist, the guy was willing to trade for my freebie cameraphone, so I traded. I bought exactly one game for it.)
Tapwave Zodiac (the company went out of business, and I got one for $99 on ultra-clearance from CompUSA, because it was a Palm OS device roughly equivalent to Palm's $499 device at the time! I bought two games on ultra-clearance as well.)

Both the N-Gage and the Zodiac were replaced with my iPhone; but I still have them.

April 20th, 2009, 06:55 PM
not much here just the following:

game boy pocket (one, red)
game boy advance
sega game gear (found for free in a school dumpster :D)
nintendo 64

April 20th, 2009, 09:46 PM
Theres some nice collections here, but zeela, 3 different Fairchilds:confused7:? I'd happy to have 1.:rolleyes:Only three? Hmmm, I seem to have forgotten that I got an Emerson Channel F from Italy last week too... :)

If you're (or anyone else) interested in games for Fairchild I do have a lot of duplicates at the moment.

April 21st, 2009, 09:23 AM
I guess I'll chime in...

Atari 2600 light sixer (woodgrain, yeah!)
Nintendo NES
Nintendo Game Boy Pocket (x2: one green, one silver)
Sony Playstation (original)

Someone gave me the 2600 with joysticks, paddles and a couple of carts.
When I checked again a few months later, I had about 50 carts.
No idea how that happened. :D

I've had the NES since it was new, so it's starting to act up.
I replaced the 72-pin connector and now it acts up in a different way.

I got the Sony Playstation new too, just so I could play "Driver".
I eventually got "Driver 2", but regretted it almost immediately.
All the new stuff they added only made the game unplayable.
I dumped "Driver 2" after a few weeks.
I like Gran Turismo too, especially in Rally mode.

I got my first Game Boy Pocket on a whim, only to discover that it's a fun little handheld.
My favorite game is Kirby's Pinball Land.
I found another one a couple of weeks ago in a thrift store.
It was so dirty, it looked like a knock-off instead of the real thing.
Still well worth what I paid for it.
So now I'm looking for more cartridges.
I have some available for trade, so send me a PM with your trade list.


April 21st, 2009, 11:49 AM
Only three? Hmmm, I seem to have forgotten that I got an Emerson Channel F from Italy last week too... :)

If you're (or anyone else) interested in games for Fairchild I do have a lot of duplicates at the moment.

Good grief!
Do you have any pictures? I'm curies what the different systems look like.
As for the games, if I had a fairchild I'd likely be interested in the games for sale, but I'm still searching the flea markets for a bargain on a system.

I replaced the 72-pin connector and now it acts up in a different way.
Acts up different? What do you mean?

I have some available for trade, so send me a PM with your trade list.
Sending Pm

April 21st, 2009, 02:01 PM
Good grief!
Do you have any pictures? I'm curies what the different systems look like.
As for the games, if I had a fairchild I'd likely be interested in the games for sale, but I'm still searching the flea markets for a bargain on a system.Pictures... Well I have some. I'm about to document the collection this summer. Then there will be better pictures, but here they are:
http://www.postimage.org/Pq25mm_A.jpg (http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=Pq25mm_A) http://www.postimage.org/Pq25mrZS.jpg (http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=Pq25mrZS)

SABA Videoplay:
http://www.postimage.org/Pq1fboXJ.jpg (http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=Pq1fboXJ)

Luxor VEC:
http://www.postimage.org/aV24P4OA.jpg (http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=aV24P4OA)

Luxor VES:
http://www.postimage.org/aVsC1eJ.jpg (http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=aVsC1eJ)

April 21st, 2009, 04:11 PM
Wow boxes and everything, thanks for all the pictures. Theres something about the fairchild that I really like, even though I don't have one. But i never realized how much it looks like a smaller version of the astrocade until just now.

April 22nd, 2009, 10:44 PM
SwanCrystal Color

Those are cool little systems, I have the older Wonderswan Color. Played it alot until the Final Fantasy remakes finally made it to the GBA ( and therefore in English)

anyway here goes:

Sears Telegames Atari 2600 clone
Coleco Gemini Atari 2600 clone
GCE Vextrex
NES Front Loader
NES Top Loader ( later more rare,and more reliable design)
SNES type 2 ( the smaller, sleeker version the YoBo clones are modeled after)
Game Boy
Game Boy Pocket
Game Boy Light
Game Boy Color
Game Boy Advanced
Nintendo Game Cube
Nintendo DS
Sega Master System
Sega Game Gear early tuner compatible with TV tuner
Sega Game Gear later non-tuner compatible with MasterGear adaptor
Majesco Game Gear 2001 limited re-release
Sega Genesis type 1
Sega Genesis type 2 with Sega CD and Sega 32x modules
Sega Nomad ( Handheld Genesis)
Sega Saturn
Sega Dreamcast
Atari Lynx II
Atari Jaguar
Playstation 2 slim
Playstation Portable
Microsoft XBOX ( i call it the XBOX 180 lol)
Wonderswan Color
Neo Geo Pocket Color
Goldstar 3DO

broke down list:
NEC Turbo Express, controller circuit for II button fried
Atari 5200, needs controllers
three Playstation parts machines, plus one untested one
Sega Genesis type 3, bad controller ports

Civic Protection
May 3rd, 2009, 03:06 PM
Original Nintendo
Nintendo 64
Gameboy Color

May 3rd, 2009, 03:18 PM
Game Gear
GBA 2x
Xbox 360

May 3rd, 2009, 03:22 PM
Atari: 2600, 5200, 7800, XEGS
Intellivision 1
Neo Geo AES
Sega Genesis 1, Master System

May 11th, 2009, 08:28 PM
Super Nes
Commodore 64
Turbo Graphics 16

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May 17th, 2009, 12:22 AM
Philips Videopac G7000 (european Odyssey 2)
Speccy+ 48k
GameGear with master system adapter
2x Megadrive

May 23rd, 2009, 01:04 AM
I used to have an NES and Game Gear.. last system left is an Amiga CD32

June 15th, 2009, 03:25 AM
Let's see..

Sega Master System
Sega Game Gear

Nintendo Game Boy
Nintendo Game Boy Color
Nintendo Game Boy Adv. SP
Nintendo Game Boy Micro
Nintendo SNES

Atari 2600jr

I think that's it :)


July 16th, 2009, 09:47 AM
Philips Odyssey 2
Intellivision (GTE-Sylvania)
Atari VCS (heavy sixer)
Atari 7800
Sega Genesis 1, 2, 3 (CD, 32x, Power Base Converter)

I was expecting more TurboGrafx players...

July 20th, 2009, 09:19 PM
Lets see...
Full size sets:
Atari 2600 (4 switch, wood paneling. needs new power supply :( )
Magnevox Odyssey2
NES (disabled lockout chip)
Sega Genesis II
Coleco Combat!
Radio Shack TV Scoreboard #60-3056

Gameboy Color x2
Gameboy Advance
Gameboy Advance SP
Gameboy Micro
Nintendo DS
Sega Game Gear

Good times...

July 21st, 2009, 11:29 AM
Atari 400
Atari 2600 'heavy sixer'
Atari 2600 rainbow Jr.
Atari XE
Micro$oft XBox
Micro$oft XBox 360
Nintendo NES (overclocked, region free)
Nintendo NES toaster
Nintendo SNES
Nintendo N64
Nintendo Gamecube
Nintendo Wii
Panasonic 3D0
Playstaion PSX
Playstation PS1
Playstation 2 (300GB HDD and softmodded)
Sega Genesis model 1 (about ten of them)
Sega Genesis model 2 (overclocked, region free)
Sega Saturn (modchip)
Sega Dreamcast
Turbografx 16

Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo Gameboy
Nintendo Gameboy Pocket
Nintendo Gameboy Color
Sega Gamegear (blue and black)

July 21st, 2009, 11:35 AM
It's interesting to see some of these names pop up. A few consoles I've had to look up.

So the latest one, what's an NES toaster? Is it a system itself or a description of the loading style?

July 21st, 2009, 12:28 PM
loading style, teh original was toaster and the nes 2 was a top loader...

July 21st, 2009, 05:21 PM
Oh, those things are nice. I thought you were refering to this thing:
This is the Nintoaster. Similar name, but entirely different. I would rather have the NES 2 toploader than a toaster though.

July 21st, 2009, 07:39 PM
I thought the NES toaster was referred to as the top loader since most toasters are top loaded. :confused:

July 22nd, 2009, 03:14 AM
my stuff:

1 Atari 2600 Junior model
5 Nintendo NES
1 Gameboy
1 Gameboy Pocket
1 Gameboy Advance
1 Gameboy Advance SP
1 Famicom
1 TwinFamicom
2 Super Nintendo (1 American/1 European)
1 Nintendo 64
1 Nintendo Gamecube
1 Nintendo Wii
1 Sega Master System II
1 Sega Mega Drive
2 Sega Mega Drive II
1 Sega Mega CD II
1 Las Vegas Pong

July 28th, 2009, 12:00 PM
Atari 2600 and Sears version
Texas Intruments TI-99 (software with it)
Magnavox Odyssey 2
Intellivision and the second version
Sega Genesis model 1 and 2 with Sega CD model 1
Super NES

January 8th, 2011, 11:15 PM
Hi I'm new here :)
My sis and I have collected game consoles as the years go by. Most of them we bought when they first came out. Here's what we got:

Atari 2600
Atari Flashback
Game & Watch Donkey Kong
Game Boy
Game Boy Pocket
Game Boy Color Pokemon Edition
Game Boy Advance
Game Boy SP
DS (2)
DS Lite
GameCube (2)
Wii (2)
Playstation (2)
Playstation 2 (2)
Playstation 3 (2)
Xbox 360

I also got a couple old TVs with turn knobs to play some of the older consoles on. It gives the game play more of a vintage feel lol

January 9th, 2011, 02:26 AM
Right now I have:

Atari 2600
Atari flashback
N64 Pokemon edition
Sega megadrive 1
2x nds lite
Neogeo pocket colour
Gameboy colour

If we also count G&W type things, I also have:

Vtech: backgammon, reversi
Casio western bar.

January 20th, 2011, 10:14 PM
Hi, I only own a gameboy advaced SP. Mostly I play games on my PC.

January 21st, 2011, 08:02 AM
None. :-)

January 21st, 2011, 08:03 AM
Atari 2600
Combination NES/SNES (clone)
Cheapo Famicom clone (sound sucks, various games glitch out)
Nintendo A/V Famicom (en route from Japan, going to replace the clone)
Sega Genesis + Sega CD
Sega Saturn
Nintendo 64

Sega Game Gear
Gameboy Color
Nintendo DS

Game-oriented computers
Commodore 128
Sony-manufactured MSX2
Amiga 2000

I'd really like to add a TurboGrafx/PC-Engine setup at some point, but that'll have to wait for a little more free income and a good deal on eBay ;)

January 24th, 2011, 10:16 PM
Sega Genesis

But I usually play DOS games on my IBM. Computer games in my opinion have more re-playability, especially with map editors and extras like that.
I really should get a NES though...

January 25th, 2011, 03:08 PM
Can't believe that I never replied to this thread before :) - I'll forego listing the computer systems as I think it's a given that we all use them to game occasionally too.

I have pretty much every major US system... though I'm missing a few that I'm not overly concerned with having right away.

Atari 2600 (heavy/light sixer, 4sw, Vader, Jr, one boxed/complete)
Atari 7800 (boxed/complete)
Atari Flashback 1 & 2 (both boxed/complete)
Atari TV Controller
Atari 5200 (boxed/complete)
Atari 5200 Trackball (boxed/complete)

Sears Telegames system

Nintendo NES (boxed/complete Action Set)
Nintendo NES (top-loader, boxed/complete)
Super NES (Donkey Kong System, boxed/complete)
Super NES (mini, boxed/complete - think it came with a Mario World 2 game, don't remember)
Nintendo 64 (boxed/complete Star Wars system)
Nintendo Wii (launch system, boxed/complete)

Sega Master System II
Sega Genesis (model 1, 2, and 3, v1 & v2 boxed/complete)
Sega CD model 1 & 2
Sega 32x (boxed/complete)
Sega Dreamcast (boxed/complete white system, also have Black sports system)

JVC X'Eye (Sega Genesis/CD clone, all-in-one, boxed/complete)

Panasonic 3DO FZ-1 (boxed/complete)

Microsoft X-Box (boxed/complete)
Microsoft X-Box 360 Pro 20gb and Elite 60gb Jasper (boxed complete)

Sony Playstation (boxed/complete, plus 2 modded systems for head-to-head play)
Sony Playstation One (boxed/complete/modded)
Sony Playstation 2 (slim, boxed/complete)
Sony Playstation 3 (launch 60gb, boxed/complete)

NEC Turbo Grafx 16
NEC Turbo Grafx CD (with hard case)
NEC Turbo Booster
NEC Turbo Duo
NEC Turbo Duo-R (Japanese system, boxed/complete)

I *think* that's all the consoles...


Neo-Geo Pocket
Nintendo Gameboy
Nintendo Gameboy micro
Nintendo Gameboy Color (green and atomic purple see-thru)
Nintendo Gameboy Advance
Nintendo Gameboy Advance SP (2x NES special editions)
Nintendo DS Lite (launch white system, boxed/complete)
Sony PSP-2001 (Blue 2009 Madden system, boxed/complete, modded)
Turbo Express handheld w/ TV tuner (now defunct...hehe)
Sega GameGear
Sega Nomad
Atari Lynx 1 & 2

That should cover the handhelds as well... I have multiples in the closet for most of these systems, as I pick them up when I get them cheap (not to mention purchasing a few different ppl's collections over the years)... .I also have flash carts for several of the systems, all the plethora of controllers, both first and third-party... wireless controllers for every available system (wireless is a must)... arcade sticks for most system (including a Hori SP for my PS3 which I intend to mod for use with 6 different consoles)... and of course games for every system (I try to only use the flash cart for trying new games before purchase, and then playing after the fact so that I dont have to change the carts out all the time)

January 25th, 2011, 08:38 PM
Wow, Maverick, you have a ton of stuff, nice!! I have a few and that seems to be a changing collection as time goes by. I havent' updated my allgameslist in a while, haven't really had the chance to, but I have a few things kicking around. Nothing like that, but a sizable playable collection. I get to bust out at least one console every now and again.

January 26th, 2011, 07:20 AM
Laugh... thanks :)

The systems I had back in the day, I still have, and I always kept everything complete and in good shape. The only system that I ever let go of was my old NES, and that was because the system and about 1/3 of the games were half-owned by my brother as well, and he forced the sale. - of course, I had another one and all of the same games back about 5 years later once I got a hankering to play them again :)

The rest are flea market/yard sale finds, and I purchased out a few private collections to get 1 or 2 high-dollar items that I wanted, while selling another few high-dollar items from the same collection to get my money back, leaving me with a lot of left-over... some of which still needs to be put on ebay, but I just haven't taken the time to do it..

My goal, as an adult, was to own all of the systems that I always wanted growing up (hehe - same story on my computer collection!). So far, I've still got the Neo Geo to go - but that's such an expensive system with expensive games that are easily emulated perfectly on soooooo many other systems, that I'm debating whether I'll ever do it, or if I'll just build an MVS SuperGun and call it done.

January 31st, 2011, 02:46 PM
Atari (PAL) 2600, 7800, 400, 800, 600XL, 800XL, 1200XL, 65XE, 800XE, 130XE, XEGS, Lynx I, Lynx II, Jaguar

Atari (NTSC) 5200, 1200XL, Jaguar Dev. Sys

Philips Videopac G7000 (PAL)

Oh, and hello to all. My 1st post here :)

February 2nd, 2011, 05:52 AM
Nes (famiclone), Playstation 1 (psx), PSP, Wii, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance.

All boxed and complete, except for the NES and the PSX.

I've bought some cheap Sega Saturn games (Tomb Raider and Virtua Fighter) and I'm now trying to get one.

February 25th, 2011, 07:10 AM
I've bought some cheap Sega Saturn games (Tomb Raider and Virtua Fighter) and I'm now trying to get one.

Hrm. I was about to recommend an emulator for the computer but then I realized that it was a Sega CD/ Genesis/ Master System emulator not a Saturn one. Few if any of the Saturn emus I tried actually worked. :(

Definitely try and pick up the Netlink system (it came with a modem) if you can. :D

April 3rd, 2011, 11:30 AM
Very small update

Philips Videopac G7000
GameGear/master system adapter
Panasonic 3DO

April 15th, 2011, 12:07 PM
Dedicated gaming machines:
Atari 2600 (have woodpanel 6 switcher and vadar 4-switcher)
Intellivision (have two)
NES (have two)
Gameboy Color
Sega Genesis / Sega-CD / 32x (have multiples of first, second, and one third gen)
Sega Saturn (have two)
Nintendo 64
Sony Playstation
Panasonic 3DO
Sega Dreamcast (have two)
Sony Playstation 2
Nintendo Gamecube
Microsoft Xbox (have two)
Sony Playstation Portable
Nintendo DS
Microsoft Xbox 360
Sony Playstation 3
Nintendo Wii

My console collection is nearly complete. I'd like to add a Sega Master System, a TurboGrafx-16, and an Atari Jaguar to it. I wouldn't turn down an Atari 5200 or a 7800, but I'm not really actively looking for them.

May 3rd, 2011, 07:11 PM
Whoa, where to begin, ok here goes,

Acetronic mpu 2000
Action Max
Aiwa Mega Cd CSD-GM1
Amiga CD32
Amstrad GX-4000
APF MP-1000
Atari 2600 6 switch
Atari 2600 Jr
Atari 2800
Atari 5200
Atari 7800
Atari Jaguar
Atari Jaguar CD
Atari Pong C-100
Atari Stunt Cycle C-450
Atari Video Pinball Model C-380
Atari XEGS
Bally Astrocade
Bandai @world Pippin
Bandai Playdia
Bandai TV-Jack 5000
Bandai TV Jack Supervision 8000
Bently CompuVision
Capcom CPS Changer
Casio My Seal Loopy
Casio PV-1000
CCE Supergame VG-2800
Coleco Combat
Coleco Gemini
Coleco Telstar
Coleco Telstar Arcade
coleco telstar gemini
Commodore 64GS
Commodore CDTV
Dick Smith Wizzard
Dina 2 in 1
Emerson Arcadia 2001
Entex Adventurevision
Entex Select a Game
Epoch Cassette Vision
Epoch Cassette Vision Jr
Epoch Super Cassette Vision
epoch tv baseball
epoch tv block
epoch tv vader
Fairchild Channel-F
Fairchild Channel-F - Model II
Famicom Disk System
FC Twin
FM Towns Marty
Funtech Super A-Can
Gakken Compact Vision TV-Boy
GEN-X Dual Station/Modern Mate - 24 bit system - NES+Genesis
Go Go Tv Video
Grandstand Supersportic - PC50x series
Hanimex 1392 - 1292 series
Hanimex HMG-7900
Hanimex Ramses - Creativision Clone
Hanimex SD-070
HGS Mr.altus system
Intellivision II
Intellivision III - Super Pro System
Interton VC2000
Interton VC4000
JVC X'eye
Leapfrog Leap Pad
Leapfrog Leapster TV
ljn videoart
Magnavox Odyssey 1 - ITL200
Magnavox Odyssey 2
Memorex Video Information System - VIS
mbo tele-ball VIII
Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox 360
My Vision Nichibutsu KH-1000
Nec Super Grafx
Nec Turbo Duo
Nec Turbografx-16
Neo Geo AES
Neo Geo CD
Neo Geo CDZ
NES Model 2
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 64
Nintendo 64DD
Nintendo CTG-6V
Nintendo Gamecube
Nintendo I-Que
Nintendo racing CTG-CR112
Nintendo Satellaview
Nintendo Virtual Boy
Nintendo WII
Nuon - Samung DVD-N501
Othello Multivision
Panasonic 3DO
Panasonic FZ-35S
Philips CD-i
Philips Tele-Spiel ES-2201
Philips G7200 Videopac
Philips G7400 Videopac
Electronique Ordinateur de Jeu JO7400 (JOPAC)
Pioneer Laser Active
Poppy 9015
Prinztronic Micro 5500
RCA Studio II
Rollet Videocolor
Rowtron Television Computer System
Sears Tele-Games Pinball Breakaway System
Sega 32X
Sega CD
Sega CDX
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Genesis
Sega Master System
Sega Master System Girl
Sega Megajet
Sega Pico
Sega Saturn
Sega SG-1000 Mark I
Sega SG-1000 Mark II
Sharp Famicom Titler AN-510
Sharp Twin Famicon
Sheen Home Video Centre 2001 (Australia)
S.H.G Black Point (Model FS-1003)
Société Occitane d'Electronique OC-2000
Sony Playstation
Sony Playstation 2
Sony Playstation 3
Sony PSOne
Sony PSX DESR-5100
Soundic SD-290
Sport VII
Super Nintendo
Systema Super TV Boy
Systema TV Boy II
Tomy Kiss-Site
Tomy Pyuuta Jr
Toshiba Visicom Model Com-100
Unisonic Champion 2711
Universal Research Labs Video Action Indy 500 Pong
Video Buddy Interactive learning system
videomaster star chess
ViewMaster Interactive Vision
Voltmace Database
Vtech Creativision
vtech socrates
Vtech Vsmile
Yeno Super Cassette Vision
Xavix Port
Zemmix CPC-61W

Computer Game Systems
Mattel Electronics Aquarius
Tomy Tutor
Commodore 64
Commodore Amiga 1000
Pioneer MSX PX-V60 with Laser Player
MPA-10 Imagination machine expansion for the APF mp1000

HandHeld Consoles
Atari Lynx
Fisher Price Pixter
Gamepark GP32
Hartung Mega Duck / Cougar Boy
Leapfrog Leapster portable
Nec Turbo Express
Neo Double Games- Nintendo DS Clone
NeoGeo Pocket
Neogeo Pocket Color
Nintendo DS
Nintendo Gameboy
Nintendo Gameboy Advanced
Nintendo Gameboy Color
Nintendo Gameboy Micro
Nintendo Gameboy Pocket
Nintendo Gameboy SP
Nokia Ngage
Redant game axe
Sega Game Gear
Sega Nomad
Sony PSP
Tapwave Zodiac 2
Tiger Game.com
Tiger Gizmondo
Tiger R-Zone
Timetop Gameking 2
VG Pocket
VideoJet Game Master
Watara Supervision
Wonderswan Color

TV Plugin Game Systems
Jakks TV Games Activision
Jakks TV Games Atari 2600
Jakks TV Games Classic Arcade Pinball
Jakks TV Games DragonBall Z
Jakks TV Games Ms Pacman - Namco
Jakks TV Games SpongeBob
Jakks TV Games Tele-Doodle
Konami Collector Series TV Advanced
Radica Games Sega Genesis
Radica Games Space Invaders
Atari FlashBack
Atari FlashBack 2
Super Joy Joystick TV Game
Mattel Barbie
Activision 10 in 1
Intellvision 2nd edition
Sonic Blast
Toy story mania

Tabletop LCD Games
After Burner
Coleco Donkey Kong
Coleco Frogger
Coleco Galaxian
Coleco Mrs PacMan
Coleco Pac-Man
Coleco Zaxxon
Disney's Musical Moments Game
Entex Defender
Entex Spiders
Entex Stargate
Excalibur Space Invaders
Family Guy Pinball
Galaxian 2
Milton Bradley Omni
Neo Double Games
Nintendo Donkey Kong Jr
Nintendo Mario's Cement Factory
Nintendo Popeye
Pox Game
Radio Shack Space Invaders
Romtek Monster Chase
Star Wars Electronic Battle Command
Tandy Super Cobra
Tomy Tronic Cosmic Clash
Tomy Tronic Pac Man
Tomy Tronic Scramble

and believe it or not , these lists are not complete, you can see the entire collection across 4 pages here


Let me know what everyone thinks.

Many Thanks

July 5th, 2011, 07:32 AM
My list is small and simple:

Mattel Aquarius (technically a computer, but most software cartridges are games, makes for a lousy computer anyways)
NES (My original owned since 1988 )
GameBoy (my original since about 1992)
Sega Saturn
Xbox (two of them, one modded with 80gb drive and the other with a 200gb, mostly used as media centers)
PS3 (software PS2 compatible unit, just YLOD'd on me, need to send in to have CPU/GPU re-flowed)

DOS lives on!!
July 5th, 2011, 07:36 AM
I have a Nintendo 64, Nintendo Wii, used to have a NES, and a Super Pong system.

July 5th, 2011, 08:28 AM
bloody hell ccatalyst, have any pictures of your museum? ;-)

DOS lives on!!
July 5th, 2011, 08:41 AM
have any pictures of your museum? ;-)
I think a museum is an understatement. More like the national archive of game systems.

July 26th, 2011, 01:53 PM
By order of manufacturing company:

front-loading NES
GBA ver. 1 (lost)
GB Pocket (lost)
GB Color
SNES model 2
SNES model 1 (sold to buy model 2 above)
Game Cube WITH Game Boy Player peripheral
Super Game Boy peripheral for SNES (gave to a friend)
DS (model 1, bulky style with GBA slot)

Genesis model 1
Sega CD model 2
Sega Saturn
Sega Dreamcast

Playstation model 1 (traded in when Funcoland was still Funcoland)
PSone (version 2, slim)
PS2 (slim, version 2)
PS2 (bulky, version 1, gave to a friend)
PS3 (slim, 160 GB model) <<< this replaced two subsequent 40 GB bulky models that were under warranty.
PSP model 3000

Xbox original (gave to a friend)
Xbox 360 <<< why the heck did I buy this thing? I barely play anything on it. :(

July 26th, 2011, 03:22 PM
An Aquarius counts? OK, got one of those. NES, SuperNES, Gameboy Advance SP, Gamecube with battery & LCD screen, XBOX, XBOX360, PS2, Dreamcast, Atari Lynx, Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis w/Sega CD, Atari 7800, Original Gameboy, Sega Nomad, PSOne with LCD screen,... I think that's it. :)

July 26th, 2011, 05:18 PM
My list is small and simple:

Mattel Aquarius (technically a computer, but most software cartridges are games, makes for a lousy computer anyways)
NES (My original owned since 1988 )
GameBoy (my original since about 1992)
Sega Saturn
Xbox (two of them, one modded with 80gb drive and the other with a 200gb, mostly used as media centers)
PS3 (software PS2 compatible unit, just YLOD'd on me, need to send in to have CPU/GPU re-flowed)
Add a PS3 Slim 120gb (didn't feel like going without while waiting on service on YLOD'd "fat" PS3, was hard to live without it since its the "media center" for our home theater)
Also I forgot my modded PSP (loaded with all the classic emulators and ROMs)

July 28th, 2011, 04:25 AM
Wow... I used to think I had a decent collection of video game systems...

Here's mine:


Chinese NES knock-off
Gameboy Advance


Genesis (1, 2 and 3)
Sega CD (1 and 2)
Saturn (CD drive quit working...)


PS2 (regular and slim model)


XBox 360

August 7th, 2011, 04:02 PM
Sorry for taking so long, i have been pretty busy, you can see my entire collection here,

Go through all the pages, there are images throughout, im constantly updating and growing the collection, so check back often, and please leave comments, thoughts, suggestions.

Many Thanks

August 13th, 2011, 09:24 PM
My collection is pretty simple as I got rid of alot

I have the following
Heavy Sixer Atari 2600
4 Switch Atari 2600 that I got when I was a kid for christmas- Hooked up and operational in the living room- With the Trackball and Star raiders pad and about 200 cartridges
Darth Vader Atari 2600- Hooked up and operational in the master bedroom for when the living room TV is occupied
Atari 5200 with Star Trek.. Only reason I have this system
A Modded Original XBOX with an 80GB Hard Drive and Every Emulator and ROM you can think of.. Makes it easier to have this then 50 systems around.
XBOX 360 with Kinect.. That hardly gets touched unless im in the mood for some GTA IV- Great destresser.

October 20th, 2011, 04:47 AM
I use PC for gaming and it is more suitable for games because i have following specification.
Videocard: 555m, Regza 37"
Processor: i7 2630QM
Memory: 4GB DDR3
Soundcard: Via HD, x-530
PSU: 150w