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Post a picture of your impressive game collection!

Discussion in 'General' started by Dud, Feb 8, 2004.

  1. Dud

    Dud Member

    Now I don't have a digital camera or anything, so people that have a camera and impressive piles of games all over their house post your pics. :banana
     
  2. Cloud121

    Cloud121 Member

    Neither do I, but check out my collection via the IGN link in my Sig. :D :cool: :hehehe: :smokin: :bow :thumbs-up:
     
  3. Ammut

    Ammut New Member

    cloud lists Dreamcast CDrs in his collection :eek:

    finally, grounds to ban his ass! Oh happy day. :p

    "Estimated value of collection: $7,765.20**" :lol:

    ---Ammut
     
  4. Cloud121

    Cloud121 Member

    cloud lists Dreamcast CDrs in his collection :eek:

    finally, grounds to ban his ass! Oh happy day. :p

    "Estimated value of collection: $7,765.20**" :lol:

    ---Ammut [/b][/quote]

    WHA?!?!?!?!?!?!?! ;)
     
  5. racketboy

    racketboy Member

    Well my DC collection is about the only major part of my VG collection that is still in this state.

    Not huge, but it keeps me busy.

    I think it's all here, but I may be missing a few on the shelf
     

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  6. gameboy900

    gameboy900 New Member

    So here are the same pic I posted in the previous "Show of your Saturn" thread. Not much has changed so no point taking new pics.

    Ok this is what 230+ DC games looks like (all are unique with only 2 Euro and 2 Japanese in the whole lot, everything else are US games).

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    And this is what my wall o' games looks like. Not everything is in this pic and alot of stuff is stacked behind other stuff. So there's just over 550 ORIGINAL games on that wall there.

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    And just for fun I decided to take a pic of all the PC software and hardware boxes I've kept over time. Can you spot the Win 3.1 box or the original Win 95 box? Not to mention all Tex Murphy games (sadly the led no longer blinks in the Overseer box).

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  7. it290

    it290 Member

    Hmm, can't see the images; I'll try and post a picture of most of my (decent sized) collection when I get a chance, but I don't have a digital cam so it might be a little while.

    BTW Racket, how is Worms Armageddon? I've been playing the hell out of Worms on my Mac lately and was wondering if it might be worth picking up. (I haven't played any of the Worms sequels, actually).
     
  8. racketboy

    racketboy Member

    The PC is much better.

    I'm not mouch for the DC one.

    The customization options is very limited.

    You can just choose what all weapons you want.

    You have to stick with presets.

    It's worth picking up for a cheap party game though
     
  9. AntiPasta

    AntiPasta New Member

    a few pics of my Saturn collection:

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    A bigger pic of my white Saturn can be seen here. :)

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  10. Des-ROW

    Des-ROW Member

    Nice nice collection but... a Nintendo64 on top of a PlayStation2? That is disrespectful.
     
  11. it290

    it290 Member

    Hmm interesting.. wasn't Worms World Party released on DC as well? Any opinions on that one?
     
  12. racketboy

    racketboy Member

    What games are these?

    JPN cover art it so cool :D
     

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  13. racketboy

    racketboy Member

    I tried it out a couple times.

    Didn't seem a whole lot different than WA other than the online capabilities -- which I never used.
     
  14. it290

    it290 Member

    That looks like Dead or Alive on the bottom.
     
  15. AntiPasta

    AntiPasta New Member

    the lower one is indeed Dead or Alive and the other one is "Fire pro wrestling: 6 man scramble". I havent played the latter yet but I gotta say DOA is an amazing game, you can even turn 'bouncing breasts' on and off in the option menu :cheers

    No worries, that stems solely from the fact that my room is too small and my amount of hooked-up systems is too great :(

    (there used to be a NES in between, even)

    Kudos to Sony for creating a nicely stackable system though :p
     
  16. mtxblau

    mtxblau Mid Boss

    FP:SMS is the penultimate wrestling game. FP:D on the Dreamcast may have more characters, but you can't beat six players at once.

    It's a 6 player wrestling game. I think there's 500 something moves with fully customizeable characters. It's the Virtua Fighter of wrestling games - it takes a LOT of skills and timing to win a match, especially against the AI. I recall the tag team battle against the champs LoD (!!) took over an hour and a half.

    It also holds a special place in my heart because it was the first game I hosted here on SX when it was doing the Freedrive thing way back. :)
     
  17. Pearl Jammzz

    Pearl Jammzz Member

    How is the 64 on top of the PS2 disrespectful, I for one find the N64 to have 2x as many good games as the PS2. It's all opinion I guess :).
     
  18. Pyrite

    Pyrite New Member

    What I don´t get is why Perfect Dark plug in and no expansion pack :smash

    With the N64 you either get it and love or you don´t and hate it, I bought it the first day it came out playing Mario 64 in those days was amazing now-a-days you see GT4 and like whatever. :agree with N64 having great games its all about playability and Nintendo always deliveres it and little to no bugs.

    None the less amazing collection AntiPasta I liked the hardware pic alot!
     
  19. AntiPasta

    AntiPasta New Member

    Thanks!

    Oh and...

    what makes you think there's no expansion pack plugged in? I don't know about the US version, but the PAL expansion pack isnt visible from the outside...
     
  20. gameboy900

    gameboy900 New Member

    Ok my images should be working now....stupid internet.
     

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