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Jacob Quinn

Plan on Getting

  • Nintendo DS Lite -- The little and concurrent Nindendo DS, the first was discounied when this came out.
  • Sega Pico -- Weird kdy lke hndhld wch I wnt 4 da ske of hvng. Aprntly da scsser da Sega-pico advance is out now in Japan!
  • Sega SC-3000 -- Dunno much about this think it was a 80s japan only pc, all the rage way back when.

Currently Have

  • 3DO -- 32 bit cd based system about the same price as the ps3 that's it's only fault, apart from few bad games though
  • Atari 2600 -- The 4 bit wndr of the scnd gen! Ths tng was a hge scss and was abt whn the Jag was a in production!
  • Atari 5200 -- This 2nd gen flop's dwnfl ws it's pr ctrns and it's lack of bckward compat with the 2600, over thn that it ws gd.
  • Atari 7800 -- The Atari 7800 was the 8 bit master piece which could have kicked the NES's ass but never did, sadly.
  • Atari 8-bit -- I own the Atari 400 the first in Atari's sucsesful line of 8 bit computers. Great games, go retro! Woo.
  • Atari Jaguar -- I don't care what any 1 says this was good, it had potential but sadly failed. The panther could have done it b4.
  • Atari Lynx -- This sytm ws ahd of its tme a 16 bit hndheld in a 8 bit wrld. Btr thn da WonderSwan 10 years prior, gd system.
  • Atari ST -- This system kept Atari on Its feet in the years between the 7800s and the Jaguars launch when the Panther...
  • Cell Phone -- I own 2 of these one a modern nokia, (with loads of games.) and one a Nokia 5110, with Snake. :-)
  • Commodore Amiga CD32 -- World's first 32 bit system, shame it faliled nice system, a little underpowered though.
  • Microsoft Xbox -- Beats ps2 by a long shot.
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 -- Love it play it regualry best console ever.
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16 -- First ever 16 bit system, was good for a few years, but when 16 bit went big, it disapiered.
  • NEC TurboGrafx CD -- CD based add on for TurboGrafx-16, the first cd based perifal in the console market.
  • Nintendo 64 -- Was grt cnsle and smkd the Jag, Saturn etc, but cld nvr rly cmpt wiv the ps, shme cd add on failed.
  • Nintendo DS -- The orignal DS and the one that I own, not quite as powerful as psp but MUCH more games.
  • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) -- Classic Nintendo system, top 8 bit daddy!
  • Nintendo Game Boy -- The first ever gameboy, sold well and was ok on the go, but the 4, 8, ?? bit processor, never cut it.
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance -- This pretty powerful 32 bit handheld, was really good last gen, now a little dated, but fun never the less.
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP -- The small, backlit DS lookalike GBA remake was all the rage, last gen.
  • Nintendo Game Boy Color -- The upgrade required when the GB first came out, was pretty good, and had some nice games.
  • Nintendo Game Boy Micro -- This Tiny GBA hd a smlr scrn thn my mble pne, and giv me a crick in da neck whn I use it. I tnx it falied.
  • Nintendo GameCube -- Along with the Dreamcast, comepeted in the sixth gen with the Xbox and PS2 but was a long shot behind.
  • Nintendo SNES -- Great 16 bit system, played regualary till the Jag, 3do, 32 etc came in. Great in the the Fourth gen.
  • Nintendo Virtual Boy -- Is a great yet failed 3d 32 bit system, I did not do to bad at showing 32 bit, but failed, and was never handheld.
  • Sega 32X -- One of those 32 bit flops like jag, 3do, cd32 etc, showed up then died. Was pretty good though.
  • Sega CD -- The CD add on the SNES never had, sum pple dnt lke it but I tnx its prty gd. Thgh I jst clct, any console! lol
  • Sega Dreamcast -- The sega DC ws gd whn it ws out, pple say it fpld but lk at da Jag, 3do etc it really did'ent. Xbox killed it.
  • Sega Game Gear -- This thing along with the Lynx kicked the GB's ass, it had cut down versions of sega's killer app sonic.
  • Sega Genesis -- Sega's biggest system was a truly great 16 bit sytem, though after a while it started to show it's age.
  • Sega Master System -- Sega's 8 bit cptr to the 7800 and NES, ws gd but flpd in JPN and da US and died after da Gen came out.
  • Sega Nomad -- The portable Genisis as a appose to a portable Master System, It's downfall was batterylife and it's games.
  • Sega Saturn -- Did well to rev everybody up to 32 bit didgets, but failed when the fifth gen started big time.
  • Sega SG-1000 -- Sega's first console was the last second gen consoles, a relative faliure and was never releaced in the US.
  • SNK Neo Geo -- One and only 24 bit system, only thing was it cost $649 as a cartridge based system, and carts $200.
  • SNK Neo Geo CD -- CD add on for 24 bit Neo Geo, cheaper games, but luke warm recept. Later HyperGeo 64, failed real bad.
  • Sony PlayStation -- Was the best during it's time.
  • Sony PlayStation 2 -- Was good for a while nothing on the xbox.
  • Sony PlayStation 3 -- Good, but to expensive, not enough games and can't get around the controler.
  • Sony PlayStation 3 -- Good, but to expensive, not enough games and can't get around the controler.
  • Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) -- Good handheld most powerful on market, and uses umds over carts, lost 1 once and eBayed a new one.

Over my Dead Body

  • Nintendo DSi -- That would just be to many diffrent versions of one handheld for me.
  • Nintendo Wii -- Ok I do own 1 but I dnt lke it da grps r 2 lst gen da gms aint gd engh its 2 temptl and I jst cnt cpe wiv da cntrls.