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Submitted by: Disrupture
Comments: 33  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 03-20-2009
View Stats Category: Off-topic
Description:
Vintage/retro gaming thread.


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#21
4-15-2009 @ 05:10:27 PM
Posted By : Disrupture Reply | Edit | Del
Some update : Got both a Neo Geo Pocket and a Neo Geo Pocket Color, Virtual Boy, Nintendo 64, Panasonic 3DO, another Atari 2600 (the woodie), a bunch of Atari 7800 games, some 32X games although I don't have the system yet, some more 3DO and Sega CD games, more 2600 games, got over 50 NES games now. Waiting for 4 classic Game Boy systems with games (I will sell every duplicate games I have for all my systems at a future yard sale). The collection is almost growing daily.. I have to moderate.

#22
4-15-2009 @ 09:10:02 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#21, Holy shit, a Virtual Boy?

#23
4-15-2009 @ 09:39:47 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Having a Virtual Boy isn't that big of a deal to me... probably because my friend has one stashed away in her closet... it hasn't been out of the box in probably 10 years.

#24
4-17-2009 @ 07:39:52 AM
Posted By : Disrupture Reply | Edit | Del
#22, Yeah, I just need more games. Pretty shitty system.

#23, then she must sell it to me


#25
4-18-2009 @ 09:08:34 AM
Posted By : Disrupture Reply | Edit | Del
Found a cheap Game Cube with 2 controllers and 5 games, a Sega Nomad and a Colecovision system with 27 games and a shitload of hardware, I gotta pick that stuff up today. I'm still waiting for a guy who had a cheap Sega Saturn system for sale to call me back, it's been 2 weeks, he's always busy.

#26
4-18-2009 @ 03:04:59 PM
Posted By : Disrupture Reply | Edit | Del
Update: Got the Game Cube, only 1 controller and it doesn't work perfect but everything else is there, got the Colecovision, pretty interesting package, but only 3 Colecovision games, the 24 other being Atari 2600 games because the bundle came with an Atari 2600 expansion pack that you can insert inside the Coleco to play 2600 games. Pretty cool. Also got my Gameboy bundle (2 classic grey, 1 red and 1 yellow Pocket), multiplayer wires, 9 games, battery packs. I didn't buy the Sega Nomad because I need the money for next weekend.. so it's gotta wait.

#27
5-17-2009 @ 10:09:23 AM
Posted By : Disrupture Reply | Edit | Del
It's getting out of hand.. once I finish my game inventory, I'll take pics... Got one new console, a Texas Instruments TI-99/4A but I focused more on the games lately.

#28
9-15-2019 @ 04:51:29 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Heh, just came across this thread again... as an update since 2009:

2009-2011, I acquired a Wii, PS3 and 3DS... played the Wii and 3DS for a little bit, then lost interest (I played more Wii before I owned one... its multiplayer games with active competitors is hella fun... solo, not so much.) The PS3 essentially became my "Gran Turismo machine" for a few years, then I lost interest. Haven't turned on any of them in years... and that's it for me and modern consoles.

In 2016, I bought a gaming laptop... with Steam sales, I've gotten to get caught up on some really neat games, though, I mainly mess around with BeamNG now. Holy shit the GTAIII trilogy plays like CRAP on modern PCs... the control scheme is totally fucked up.

...but now I'm addicted to retro plug-n-plays... I got an NES Classic, SNES Classic, PlayStation Classic, two NeoGeo Minis (Int'l Ver. and JDM Xmas special edition), and have a Genesis Mini arriving this week. Only got the PSC because it was fucking cheap, otherwise I haven't really played it. ...depending on preliminary previews/reviews, I may consider picking up the Konami-licensed TurboGrafx-16 Mini.

...my SNES Classic I've hacked to hell and back... the way it's set up now, it can play Atari 2600/7800, Sega SG-1000/Master System/Genesis/CD/32X, NES, SNES(duh), Game Boy/GBC/GBA, N64, TurboGrafx-16 (and CD), and PlayStation games... (though, the emulation on N64 and GBA games is a bit hit-and-miss/sketchy...) plus some hacked versions of Doom, Wolfenstein 3D and Quake that were developed specifically for the SNES Classic... I won't say how many games, only that I've side-loaded a 128GB thumbdrive to hold all of them. (The system came with a paltry ~200mb of spare storage)

It's REALLY fun getting to play import-only games that have had fan translation patches produced for them... some real hidden gems (moreso on Nintendo consoles... Sega had a better track record of importing games, perhaps to help flesh-out/expand its game library...) and the NEC PC Engine (JDM version of the TurboGrafx) was REALLY popular in Japan, so it has tons of games that the US never saw.


#29
9-15-2019 @ 05:04:22 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#28, I'm considering delving into the world of Virtua Boy and NeoGeoPocket/Color games on my hacked SNES Classic, but for now I'll just dabble in the games I've added for other consoles...

#30
9-15-2019 @ 06:49:27 PM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey  Reply | Edit | Del
My vintage gaming stuff is... well, it's an NES in a box somewhere with a bunch of games I haven't played in 20 years. And an N64 in a box somewhere with some games that I also haven't played in a decade plus. Haven't owned any other handheld or console systems since.

#31
9-15-2019 @ 07:31:24 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#30, ...depending on condition of the N64 and games you have, you may be sitting on a pretty nice amount of value... the retro game market exploded a few years back... but I've heard rumors it may have started collapsing.

#32
9-15-2019 @ 09:19:07 PM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey  Reply | Edit | Del
#31, I'm sure collectors will beat down my door for Virtual Chess 64 and Wheel of Fortune.

#33
4-23-2020 @ 05:58:19 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Looking at the main retro-consoles released, it's interesting how some series/franchises manage to appear on most of them:

Castlevania: NES (2 games), SNES, Genesis, TG16 (surprised Symphony of the Night didn't appear on the PS1 Classic, though, maybe not *so* surprising, as the PS1C's lineup of games kinda sucked)
Contra: NES, SNES, Genesis (ironically, for being a Konami game, it never appeared on the PC Engine/TG16, so it can't appear on the Konami-produced TG16 Mini)
Darius: PS1 (JP version), Genesis (homebrew port, developed specifically for the Mini), TG16
Ghosts 'n Goblins/Ghouls 'n Ghosts: NES, SNES, Genesis, TG16
Gradius: NES, TG16 (2 games), PS1 (JP version)
Mega Man: NES, SNES, Genesis
Street Fighter II: SNES, Genesis, PS1 (sort of... in the form of Puzzle Fighter)


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