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    Quote Originally Posted by Jubba View Post
    i don't think anyone has anything compared to your collection...i can't believe how many systems you have - how often do you play each of them?

    It's kind of funny when you think about it since I think I spend more time on the internet talking about games and end up having very little time to play them. It looks like alot but most of the consoles I have had since I was a little kid or bought them very cheap at a garage sale. I don't own very many games for each of them since I sold off alot of stuff over the years to buy some of the newer systems and just kept a few of my favorite games.

    Pretty much all of the older games can now be played on the computer or the Wii via the Virtual Console which is why I slimmed down my game collection drastically over the years.

    IMO everyone should post their pics even if you have a small collection. The important thing is that you use and enjoy the things that you are fortunate enough to have. Thats all that really matters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamezli View Post
    Mine's no fun so I'll just list it out.

    PC
    SNES


    Believe it or not it's more fun than you think since your PC can emulate just about any video game system out there. Do a google search for video game emulators and you will see what I mean. That is an awsome gaming collection.

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    Hmm, well all of my systems are not in one place...so there wouldn't be much of a pic to post. But I'll give a list, too. Quite the streak of Nintendo systems..need a Wii to round it out.

    Atari 2600
    NES
    Super NES
    Nintendo 64
    Gamecube
    Xbox 360

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    Ive got a NES and N64 in the storage, i have lost most of the games for them. Except Zelda's and Mario
    I think i still have the orange gun

    upstairs ive got xbox and WII will post pictures soon, waiting for batteries to recharge
    Rrrrrol up the Rrrrrrim Stats:

    "Please play again" = 25
    Free Coffee/Donut = 4

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    Wow man. Very impressive. I would take a pic of my measly 3 systems, but then I would have to cry in a corner after seeing your collection.

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    Wow, that is one heck of a collection.

    I will post my setup as soon as i get my digicam home.

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    That's just insane.

    I have 3 systems hooked up right now and it looks like a spahgetti factory.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moogly View Post
    That's just insane.

    I have 3 systems hooked up right now and it looks like a spahgetti factory.


    You should see the mess of wires in the back of my entertainment center. It's probably not a wise idea for me to keep them all plugged into the outlet at the same time either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrogamer View Post
    You should see the mess of wires in the back of my entertainment center. It's probably not a wise idea for me to keep them all plugged into the outlet at the same time either.
    How do you handle all of the inputs? Do you have to plug in whichever one you want to play? Or do you have a massive switch somewhere in there?

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    I have everything plugged into three APC 10 outlet surge protectors for a total of 30 outlets for power. All of the consoles video and audio cables feed into two RCA automatic switch boxes so I don't have to constantly switch wires around everytime I want to play a different system.

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