- IBM PC / Compatible -- My main gaming rig. Has an Intel Quad Core, an Nvidia 8800GTX, and Windows XP.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- My newest system. A laptop I'm using for writing and occasional gaming.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- An older XP system I got around '01. It's weak by current gaming standards but it lasted me almost five years.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- Windows 95 system. I only use this for real oldies I can't get going with the DOSBox.
- Sony PlayStation -- My newest console. Given to me as a gift.
- Nintendo SNES -- One of my favorite consoles of all time. Still used occasionally.
- Sega Genesis -- The best console I currently own. Has always worked perfectly for me and has plenty of classic games.
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) -- One of my earliest consoles. A real gem that is quite tempermental nowadays.
- Atari 2600 -- My first console, originally my mother's. Played to the point of no return and yet still works.
Used to Have
- IBM PC / Compatible -- An old 486 system I had way back in the day. I used it to play classic games until the day it's battery croaked.
All Time Favorite
- Duke Nukem 3D -- Quite easily one of my favorite FPS games of all time.
- The Secret of Monkey Island -- Still my favorite adventure game. Always feels fresh every time.
- Diablo -- No other action RPG has ever come close to the greatness that this game is.
- Hocus Pocus -- Personally my favorite video game of all time. The best side-scroller I can recall from my childhood.
- Max Payne -- I love this game's narrative and usually have to play it once every year or two. Easily a favorite.
- Grand Theft Auto III -- Replaying one of the earliest sandbox shooters I can recall. It's still pretty fun.
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell -- I like stealth games, and with my new PC I can play it without having to quit every five minutes due to my crappy sound.