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#1 Ashane

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Posted 04 July 2007 - 01:27 AM

So I know there's the game hunt thread and all, and there's the new Show and Tell thread, but I wanted an exclusive thread where people can showcase specifically their video game collection. I'm quite proud of my collection at this point, and I see myself building on it for many years to come. I've never sold any of my games, nor any of my stuff really, so most all of these are the original copies of the games I've played over the years.

It saddens me to see my friends pawn off their collections for a few bucks, and especially when it's not by their choice. I advise anyone considering this: there are other ways to earn the money you're looking for; selling your stuff isn't the ultimate answer. I feel a close tie in a materialistic sense with my games, as I've grown up with them, and you can say all you want how "obsolete" they are with emulation these days, but nothing beats the feeling of popping in your own cart into an old system. There's something about actually getting up to decide which game you want to play, making a commitment that way, instead of clicking through a list and selecting them like that.

Anyway, blah blah, I don't have a camera, so I can't get pics yet, but hopefully I can remedy that soon. I think I'm most proud of the amount of RPGs with manuals I have for SNES, the sheer volume of my 2600 collection, and the rarity of my Turbo Express handheld and games. I also think my NES collection is getting up there, and ever since being convinced by Norrin of the raddness of having boxed games, I've been slowly adding them to my games. And, I really <3 my boxed V-Saturn, along with my copy of the Saturn SotN.

I know MegaMatt and others like SnappleMan and his gf have probably got me pwned, and Eric Dude's got an awesome selection of SNES games, so anyone willing, post your collection here! It only took me the past two hours to get my list done, so if you don't have one, it shouldn't take you too long (unless you're MegaMatt). Also, much of the ownership to these games extends to my bro, housethegrate, so don't think I'm a dirty thief! :)

EDIT: Oh yeah, and I know there are people here who have those lists from gamespot or wherever it is. I didn't want to make my list through there, because there's no option for boxes/manuals, and I like those a lot, so yeah. If anyone has a list from there, post it!

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Atari 2600 (158 games: 158 loose)

1 Atari 2600 console (rarer 6-switch model with wood paneling)
Paddle Controllers (x2)
Wico Command Control
Lightgun (x1)
Pro-Line Trak-Ball (x2)
Quickshot Stick (x2)
Slik Stik
The Power Stick

3-D tic-tac-toe
Adventure
Air-Sea Battle
Airlock
Amidar
Armor Ambush
Asteroids
Astro Blast
Atlantis
Backgammon
Barnstorming
Basketball
Battlezone
Berzerk
Blackjack
Bowling
Boxing
Brain Games
Breakout
Breakaway IV
Bridge
Bugs
Canyon Bomber
Casino
Centipede
Championship Soccer
Choper Command
Circus Atari
Combat
Commando Raid
Congo Bongo
Cosmic Arc
Crackpots
Crystal Castles
Dark Cavern
Defender
Demon Attack
Demons to Diamonds
Dig Dug
Dodge 'Em
Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong Junior
Dragonfire
Dragster
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
Enduro
Fire Fighter
Fishing Derby
Football
Freeway
Frogger
Frogs and Flies
Galaxian
Gangster Alley
GI Joe
Golf
Gorf
Grand Prix
Gunslinger
Hangman
Haunted House
Indy 500
Homerun
Human Cannonball
Ice Hockey
Infiltrate
International Soccer
Journey Escape
Joust
Jungle Hunt
Kaboom!
Kangaroo
Keystone Kapers
Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack
Laser Blast
Lock 'n' Chase
M.A.S.H.
Mario Bros.
Math Gran Prix
Maze Craze
Megamania
Midnight Magic
Miniature Golf
Missile Command
Moon Patrol
Ms. Pac-Man
Night Driver
Omega Race
Othello
Outer Space
Outlaw
Pac-Man
Pee's Soccer
Phoenix
Pitfall!
Pitfall II
Pole Position
Pong Sports
Popeye
Porky's
Q-bert
Raiders of the Lost Arc
Reactor
RealSports Baseball
RealSports Football
RealSports Volleyball
Riddle of the Sphinx
River Raid
Robot Tank
Seaquest
Skiing
Sky Diver
Slot Racers
Sneak 'n Peak
Solar Fox
Solaris
Space Cavern
Space Invaders
Space Jockey
Space War
Spacechase
Speedway II
Spider-Man
Spider Fighter
Stampede
Star Raiders
Star Trek
Star Voyager
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Master
Starship
Strawberry Shortcake
Street Racer
Super Challenge Baseball
Super Challenge Football
Super Breakout
Super Football
Superman
Surround
Swordquest: EarthWorld
Swordquest: FireWorld
Tapeworm
Target Fun
Towering Inferno
Trick Shot
Turmoil
Vanguard
Venture
Video Checkers
Video Chess
Video Olympics
Video Pinball
Warlords
Wizard of Wor
Word Zapper
Worm War I
Yar's Revenge
Zaxxon

NES (89 games: 31 complete, 58 loose)

1 US Nintendo console
NES Advantage (x2)
NES Zapper (grey x1, orange x1)
Arkanoid Controller
Acclaim Double Player wireless pad (x2)
wireless controller
1 Joycard Sansui SSS turbo controller
Quickshot "Bat Wang" (x2)
Quickshot Turbo pad (x2)
Shinsei pad

10-Yard Fight
Abadox
Adventure Island
Adventures of Bayou Billy (w/ box & manual)
Adventures of Lolo
Air Fortress
Arch Rivals
Anticipation (w/ box & manual)
Astyanax (w/ box & manual)
Bases Loaded (w/ box & manual)
Bases Loaded 2 (w/ box & manual)
Bases Loaded 3
Bad Dudes (w/ box & manual)
Batman (w/ box & manual)
Bugs Bunny's Birthday Blowout
Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle, The
Bubble Bobble (w/ manual)
California Games
Castlevania
Castlevania II (w/ box & manual)
Castlevania III
City Connection
Demon Sword (w/ box & manual)
Dr. Mario
Dragon Warrior
Duck Tales (w/ box & manual)
Excitebike (w/ box & manual)
Faxanadu
Fighting Golf (w/ box & manual)
Gauntlet (w/ box & manual)
Gauntlet II
Gold Metal Challenge '92
Golf
Hoops
Ice Climbers
Ice Hockey (w/ box & manual)
Ironsword (w/ box & manual)
Legacy of the Wizard (w/ box & manual)
Legend of Zelda, The (gold cartridge)
Legend of Zelda, The
Legend of Zelda II, The (gold cartridge)
Little Nemo
Major League Baseball
Mario Bros.
Maxi 15 Game Cartridge
Mega Man 3
Mega Man 4
Mega Man 5
Mega Man 6
Metroid
Mickey Mousecapade
Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
Mystery Quest
NFL
Nightshade
Ninja Gaiden
Ninja Gaiden II
Paperboy
Pinball Quest
Pinbot (w/ manual)
Popeye
Pro Wrestling (w/ box & manual)
R.C. Pro-AM (w/ box & manual)
Rad Racer (w/ box & manual)
Rad Racer II (w/ box & manual)
Renegade (w/ box & manual)
Rambo
Rocket Ranger (w/ box & manual)
Roller Games (w/ box & manual)
Rygar
Sesame Street: ABC
Shadowgate
Side Pocket
Snow Bros.
Super C (w/ box & manual)
Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt
Super Mario Bros.
Super Mario Bros. 2
Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Spike V-Ball (w/ box & manual)
Tag Team Wrestling (w/ box & manual)
Tecmo World Wrestling (w/ box)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (w/ box & manual)
Track & Field II (/w box & manual)
Whomp 'Em (w/ box & manual)
Wizards & Warriors (w/ box & manual)
WWF Wrestlemania (w/ box & manual)
WWF Wrestlemania Challenge
Xenophobe
Xexyz (w/ manual)

SNES (51 games: 1 sealed, 7 complete, 43 loose)

Asciiware Fighting StickSN
Nintendo mouse (w/ manual)
Nintendo mousepad
4-player multitap
Lethal Enforcers lightgun
Super Advantage (x2)
Super Pad (x2)
Supersonic wireless pad (x2)

Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball
Breath of Fire (w/ manual & map)
Brunswick World Tournament Champions
Chrono Trigger (w/ manual)
College Slam (w/ box & manual)
Disney's Aladdin
Donkey Kong Country (w/ manual)
Final Fantasy II (w/ manual & map)
Final Fantasy III (w/ box, manual & map)
Final Fantasy V (jap import; w/ box & manual)
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (w/ manual & map)
Front Mission (jap import; w/ box & manual)
George Foreman's KO Boxing
Gradius III (w/ box & manual)
Illusion of Gaia (w/ manual)
Incredible Hulk, The
Jeopardy
Jurassic Park (damaged label)
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents: Major League Baseball (w/ manual)
Kendo Rage
Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past, The (w/ manual)
Lethal Enforcers
Magic Sword
Mario Paint (w/ manual)
Math Blaster Episode 1 (w/ box & manual)
Mega Man X (w/ manual)
NBA Jam
NHL '95
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
Primal Rage (w/ manual)
Pro Sport Hockey
Roger Clemen's MVP Baseball
Secret of Mana (/w manual & map)
SimCity (w/ manual)
StarFox (w/ manual)
Street Fighter II (w/ box & manual)
Street Fighter II Turbo
Super Castlevania IV
Super Game Boy
Super Mario Kart (w/ manual)
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (w/ manual)
Super Mario World (w/ manual)
Super NES: Super Scope 6 (w/ manual)
Super Punch-Out
Super R-Type
Super Smash TV
T2: The Arcade Game
Tecmo Super NBA Basketball
Uniracers (w/ manual)
Wheel of Fortune: Deluxe Edition (sealed)
WWF Raw (w/ manual)

Genesis (29 games: 11 complete, 18 loose)

2 model 2 Genesis consoles
6-button pad (x2)
6-button Super Pad (x2)
6-button programmable SG Propad6 (x2)
Capcom Pad Soldier GS controller
AsciipadSG (x1)
High Frequency Turbo pad (x2)
Menacer lightgun (w/ both attachments)

Altered Beast
Beyond Oasis
Caesar's Palace
Cliffhanger
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
Ecco The Dolphin
El Viento
Eternal Champions
Evander 'Real Deal' Holyfield's Boxing (w/ box & manual)
IMG International Tour Tennis
The Lost Vikings
Menacer 6 (w/ box)
Mickey Mania
Monopoly
Mortal Kombat (w/ box & manual)
Mortal Kombat II (w/ box & manual)
Ms. Pac-Man
NBA Jam (w/ box & manual)
Outrun (w/ box & manual)
Pebble Beach Golf Links
Phantasy Star II (w/ box & manual)
Road Rash
Rocket Knight Adventures (w/ box & manual)
Shinobi III (w/ box & manual)
Sonic & Knuckles (w/ box & manual)
Sonic Spinball
Sonic the Hedgehog (/w box & manual)
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (x3) (/w box & manual)
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (x2) (/w box & manual)
Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition (w/ box)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Hyperstone Heist
Thunder Force II (/w box & manual)
World Series Baseball

Game Gear (3 games: 3 loose)

Accessories
Carry-All Case (x2)
Game cases (x14)
Official Carrying Case

Ecco The Tides of Time
Majors Pro Baseball, The
Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Sega CD (4 games: 1 complete, 3 loose)

Cobra Command (disc only)
Lethal Enforcers Gunfighters II
Sewer Shark (disc only)
Sherlock Holmes (disc only)

Game Boy (17 games: 5 w/ manual, 12 loose)

2 original GameBoy handhelds (w/ manual)
1 transparent purple GBC

Dragon's Lair
Final Fantasy Legend
Final Fantasy Legend III (w/ manual)
Go! Go! Tank
Harvest Moon GB (w/ manual)
Killer Instinct
Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (w/ manual)
Pac-Man
Paperboy
Pokemon: Blue (w/ manual)
Pokemon: Yellow
Pokemon: Silver
Pokemon: Gold
Super Mario Land (w/ manual)
Super Mario Land 2
Tetris
TMNT: Back from the Sewers

Game Boy Advance (5 games: 1 sealed, 3 complete, 1 w/ manual)

1 indigo purple GBA

Advance Wars (w/ box & manual)
Breath of Fire (w/ manual)
Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls (sealed)
Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls (w/ box & manual)
Final Fantasy IV Advance (w/ box & manual)
Mega Man: Battle Network (w/ box & manual)

Nintendo DS (10 games: 9 complete, 1 loose)

1 1st generation Titanium DS

Animal Crossing: Wild World
Brainage (JP, cart only)
Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
Contra 4
Front Mission One
Mario Kart DS
Picross
Rune Factory
Tetris DS
Trauma Center: Under the Knife

Turbo Grafx-16 (13 games: 5 complete, 7 w/ manual, 1 loose)

1 TurboGrafx-16 console
1 TurboExpress handheld
Turbotap multiplayer adapter
TurboVision TV adapter
Car Adapter
CaseLogic console/game carrying case

Air Zonk (w/ manual)
Bonk's Adventure (w/ manual)
Cyber-Core (w/ case & manual)
Dragon's Curse (w/ case & manual)
Dungeons & Dragons: Order of the Griffon (w/ manual)
Dungeon Explorer (w/ manual)
Hit the Ice
Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu (w/ manual)
Keith Courage (w/ case & manual)
Legendary Axe (w/ case & manual)
Moto Roader (w/ case & manual)
Neutopia II (w/ manual)
Splatterhouse (w/ manual)

Virtual Boy (3 games: 3 loose)

Mario Tennis
Virtual Pro Baseball '95 (jap import)
Wario Land

Nintendo 64 (20 games: 1 complete, 1 w/ manual, 18 loose)

2 US Nintendo 64 consoles
InterAct MakoPad turbo controller
MadCatz racing steering wheel controller
N64 3rd party wireless pad (x2)

Cruisin' USA
Diddy Kong Racing
F1 Pole Position 64
F-1 World Grand Prix
Harvest Moon 64 (w/ manual)
Glover
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Mario Golf
Mario Party
NASCAR 99
NASCAR 2000
Pokemon Puzzle League (w/ box & manual)
StarCraft
Super Mario 64
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey
Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey '98
WCW Mayhem
WCW vs. nWo
WWF Warzone

Playstation (47 games: 22 complete, 1 w/ case, 24 loose)

1 US SCPH-1000 Playstation console
1 US SCPH-7502 Playstation console
MadCatz arcade joystick
prototype PowerGlove controller (x2)
nYko Viper 2 turbo controller
nYko Cobra lightgun (x2)
Interact Game Shark
Dual Impact Gamepad (1 black, 1 green, 1 red)
Dual Impact 2 pad

3XTreme
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Chrono Cross
Chrono Cross (jap import)
Coolboarders 2
Driver
Driver 2 (disc only)
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
Final Fantasy VII
Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy Anthology
Final Fantasy Chronicles
Galerians (disc only)
Gran Turismo (disc only)
Gran Turismo 2 (disc only)
Grand Theft Auto (disc only)
Grand Theft Auto 2 (disc only)
In the Zone '98 (disc only)
King's Field II
Knockout Kings (disc only)
Madden 2001 (disc only)
Legend of Mana
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (disc only)
Mega Man Legends 2
Metal Gear: Solid
NASCAR Rumble (disc only)
NBA Live '98 (disc only)
Nuclear Strike (disc only)
Rayman Rush (disc only)
RC Revenge (disc only)
Resident Evil (disc only)
RPG Maker
Star Ocean: The Second Story (disc only)
Syphon Filter 2 (disc only)
Tales of Destiny 2 (disc only)
Tarzan (disc only)
Test Drive 5 (disc only)
Thousand Arms
Tomb Raider 2 (disc only)
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (disc only)
Twisted Metal III
WWF In Your House
WWF Smackdown
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game
X-Files, The (disc only)
Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories (no manual)

Sega Saturn (14 games: 14 complete)

1 US Saturn console
1 Japanese Victor V-Saturn (w/ box, manual, and original receipt)
10-player Bomberman S-Bomb Multitap (complete in box)
SS Joypad AI controller
6-player multitap
Doc's Wireless Controllers (complete in box)
3D pad

Akumajou Dracula X: Gekka no Yasoukyoku [Symphony of the Night] (jap import)
House of the Dead, The (jap import)
J-League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukuro! (jap import)
NBA Jam: Extreme
Panzer Dragoon Saga
Romance of the Kingdoms IV
Ronde (jap import; sealed)
Sakura Wars (jap import)
Sakura Wars 2 (jap import)
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner Akuma Shou Kanshi (jap import)
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner Akuma Zensho (jap import)
Street Figther Alpha 2
Tougei Kingu Za Spirits 2 (jap import)
Virtua Figther 2

Dreamcast (13 games: 7 complete, 1 w/ case, 5 loose)

2 Dreamcast consoles
1 Dreamcast keyboard

Crazy Taxi
NBA Hoopz (disc only)
NBA2K
NBA2K2
NFL2K
NFL2K1
Outrigger (disc only)
Psychic Force 2012 (disc only)
Sakura Wars 3 (jap import)
Shadow Man (no manual)
Silent Scope (disc only)
Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
Wild Metal (disc only)

3DO (4 games: 4 complete)

Guardian War (/w box & manual)
MegaRace (/w box & manual)
Novastorm (/w box & manual)
Wing Commander III (/w box & manual)

Odyssey 2 (2 games: 2 loose)

Alien Invaders Plus!
UFO!

Philips CDI (1 game: 1 complete)

Mad Dog McGraw (/w box, manual & gun)

Playstation 2 (14 games: 10 complete, 4 loose)

1 US Playstation 2 console

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance
Batman Vengeance (disc only)
Castlevania: Lament of Innocence
Conflict Vietnam (disc only)
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 (disc only)
Final Fantasy X
Gran Turismo 3: A-spec
Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Harvest Moon: Save the Homelands
Red Faction: Join the Revolution (disc only)
Smuggler's Run
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4
Wild Arms 3

GameCube (14 games: 14 complete)

1 indigo purple GameCube console
2 DK Bongo controllers

Donkey Kong Jungle Beat
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life
Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker
Mario Party 4
Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Need for Speed: Underground
Pikmin
Resident Evil 4
Skies of Arcadia Legends
Super Monkey Ball 2
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Super Mario Sunshine
Tales of Symphonia

Xbox (8 games: 8 complete)

1 Xbox console (modded)

Halo
Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
Max Payne
Metal Gear: Solid 2: Substance
Morrowind, Elder Scrolls III
Pirates of the Carribean
Prince of Persia
Unreal Championship

PC (4 games: 4 complete)

Monopoly Casino
Riven: The Sequel to Myst
StarCraft
StarCraft: Brood War

Strategy Guides

Chrono Cross
Final Fantasy Anthologies
Final Fantasy IX

Posters

Chrono Trigger x2
Dungeon Magic (NES Taito)
Super C
Nintendo "Now You're Playing with Power"
Konami SNES promo "A Surge of Power is Headed Your Way"
Secret of Mana
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#2 pingosimon

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Posted 04 July 2007 - 02:32 AM

I started an IGN list, but it was waaaaaay too much work.
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#3 Spamtr0n

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Posted 04 July 2007 - 03:47 AM

It saddens me to see my friends pawn off their collections for a few bucks, and especially when it's not by their choice. I advise anyone considering this: there are other ways to earn the money you're looking for; selling your stuff isn't the ultimate answer. I feel a close tie in a materialistic sense with my games, as I've grown up with them, and you can say all you want how "obsolete" they are with emulation these days, but nothing beats the feeling of popping in your own cart into an old system. There's something about actually getting up to decide which game you want to play, making a commitment that way, instead of clicking through a list and selecting them like that.


I totally understand your viewpoint. However, I'm selling those games by my own choice.

I see these game as products and/or creations. You could say that these games are like works of art. They're awesome in a way that no other form of media can be awesome. They're fun and have awesome soundtracks. I value the nostalgia I have for these games.

I don't play those games anymore, though. It's not that I don't want to; I would love to play those games. But at the same time, I would rather make music. I would rather create my own product, or a musical interpretation of said product (videogame covers). I see this as an evolution of media.

I wish I had time to play those games. I don't, though. Due to compulsion, I've found myself determined to make as much music and spend as much time on it as I can. That's what I spend my time doing. If I wasn't making music, I'd probably be playing those games.

At one point, though (1999 to be exact), I discovered video-game music. I found that I enjoyed listening to the soundtracks quite a lot more than playing the games. I was never good at video-games at all. I've been really bad at video games for as long as I've lived. I constantly lost, had to start over, and got frustrated with game rage.

This game rage made me feel that playing games was work. I had to work on these things. I had to work for the heart container. I had to work for experience points. I had to fight the same monsters over and over so that I could level up and beat the boss. It got to a point where I wasn't having any fun at all, whatsoever.

I started having fun again when I discovered VGM. VGM allowed me to enjoy a great aspect of videogames while simultaneously not being frustrated by losing. I realized that the music had caused a lot of enjoyment while I was playing those games as a kid. Those feeling then became revived when I listened to the soundtracks.

The soundtracks lead me to find videogame remixes. I listened to these remixes for a few years until I discovered the Minibosses.

The Minibosses were better than any techno remix of NES or SNES music I had ever heard. I love the Minibosses. I've seen them twice and am seeing them again this year at PAX. I met two great, awesome friends at the first show: Ashane and Housethegrate. I was kindof shy when I saw them. I was like "oh shit, that's Ashane and House". I was too nervous to talk to them at first. Then, Nik told me to just go up and talk. I'm glad I did. I made some really awesome friends by doing so. Urvile was there, too, and he's awesome as well. I haven't talked to him as much, though.

I'm also glad that I overcame the shyness again and talked to Aaron, Ben, Matt, and Fred from the Minibosses. Those guys are awesome. I wish I had talked to Fred more, though. Those guys were totally nuts on stage, at the old Ground Kontrol. It was amazing.

That show contained 10 times more euphoric energy and epic good feelings (all in maybe an hour or so?) than all of videogames I've played in my entire life, combined. When I was rocking to Mega Man 2, I wasn't falling off of the platform in Bubble Man's stage. I was rocking out!

Ever since then, I've been compelled to make music. This musical inspiration totally took over, taking time away from the passion I had for videogames (which is still there, but totally un-answered and un-attended to by my music-obsessed mind). I wanted to make video-game covers. I was in an unsuccessful video-game cover band in 2004. When I quit that band, I started recording my own covers, using some crappy version of Cakewalk or something.

I got a huge rush out of covering and/or attempting to cover this video-game music. I also gained an understanding of music: scales, harmony, chords, etc.

This understanding has been very useful when composing original music. I started composing this stuff that sounds like a video game, simply because I love video game music. Unable to play guitar due to recovering tendons, I used the knowledge that Norrin gave me to write these original chiptunes.

Now, I'm still writing original tracks, but have started playing guitar again as well. I'm now doing both originals AND video-game covers. Then, just the other day, my guitar becomes totally broken. I then decided to sell a whole ton of my games so that I can buy a new guitar. I'm going to get a Carvin, which is the guitar brand that Ashane and Housethegrate use.
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#4 Norrin_Radd

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Posted 04 July 2007 - 04:33 AM

Man, since the water damage at my place, all of my games have confluxed to a mass of boxes in my bedroom. I can't readily provide a list for you, but pictures I can.

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Kind of an old image. 2005 or something. The only thing that has expanded since then are PS2, XBOX and XBOX 360 though. And because they are still fairly new machines, they are less important to me as a collector, so I don't really care that they are not in this pic. The real boner, and pride of my collection are my massive amounts of boxed NES games. Something like 80 or so. And every one of them has the game in it. So the two piles of boxed and unboxed are accurate to how many NES games I have. Good times.

Ashane, your Boxed collection has really been growing since the last pic I saw!! Sweeet!
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 05:43 AM

well, most of my games are here.

i will list them proper when i get the time.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 06:22 AM

I can't overpower you hardcore fellows, but I have a sizable amount of shit. Certainly nothing to scoff at.
Listing would take a while, but if the day gets boring enough then I'll get around to it.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 06:31 AM

Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball


I bought that one sealed in box for like $5. The manual and box have got to still be somewhere in storage, because I can't imagine that Mom would throw them out. And that was one of the big boxes.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 06:55 AM

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This is of january 2002, according to wayback machine, hehe.
Sorry for quality and size, but it was the only picture i could find on the intarweb.

i have some newer and better quality pics at home.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 08:49 AM

I can't overpower you hardcore fellows, but I have a sizable amount of shit. Certainly nothing to scoff at.
Listing would take a while, but if the day gets boring enough then I'll get around to it.



I am in the same boat, although you probably have me bested.

I have been considering selling the bulk of my games for a while now. I don't need the money, I just sometimes get sick of them taking up so much space, and I never play them. Seems useless to hold on to something that I have already enjoyed, but can no longer enjoy, when someone else out there could make use of it.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 09:03 AM

Unable to play guitar due to recovering tendons, I used the knowledge that Norrin gave me to write these original chiptunes.


Holy shite! I'm in the biography of Spamtron's rise to greatness! Whatever you do, and whatever you are doing, it's fine by me. I hope you get a better guitar soon and start melting our faces POST HASTE.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 11:32 AM

i remember this thread
Ashane Collection, House and I discovered EQUILIZING
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 11:49 AM

I can't overpower you hardcore fellows, but I have a sizable amount of shit. Certainly nothing to scoff at.
Listing would take a while, but if the day gets boring enough then I'll get around to it.

Yeah? Well, I'm gonna scoff at it anyways.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 12:06 PM

I need to take some new pictures, also need to update my IGN list with about a dozen or so games.

also NORRIN

Dont stack boxes horizontally, the boxes near the bottom will get rounded out.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 12:11 PM

Silly mills, sega cases can't get rounded out!!

I think I still have the case + manual to Mario Lemuex (sp?) Hockey and Mercs somewhere. (Both Genesis) Those games were hardcore.
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Posted 04 July 2007 - 12:25 PM

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