Moby Poll: What kind of game collector are you?

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Currently Have

  • 3DO -- Panasonic "REAL 3DO." Complete with it's box and manual, no less.
  • Atari 2600 -- Little, sleek model that looks more like the 5200 and 7800.
  • Atari 2600 -- Original 6-switch version.
  • Atari 5200 -- Wonky and generally iffy, but it's still with it's original box. Power cable doesn't work.
  • Atari 5200 -- Wonky and the generally iffy all around.
  • Atari 7800 -- Original release with expansion port intact.
  • Atari Jaguar -- Standard model.
  • Atari Lynx -- Lynx II, the smaller one--which is still shockingly massive.
  • Bandai WonderSwan -- Translucent green, with box.
  • Commodore 64 -- Only have the power cord for it.
  • Magnavox Odyssey¬≤ -- Pristine shape, complete with it's box!
  • Mattel Intellivision -- Somewhat iffy power button, but it does work.
  • MB Microvision -- In it's original box, no less.
  • Microsoft Xbox -- Saved from a garage sale.
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 -- 60-Gig edition Pro model.
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16 -- Still has large cover over CD-expansion port.
  • Nintendo 3DS -- Standard black model, purchased on launch day.
  • Nintendo 64 -- Expansion pak and all! First system I ever purchased right when it was released.
  • Nintendo DS Lite -- Black & Red color. L&R Buttons epically failed.
  • Nintendo DS Lite -- Black & Blue color, screens had some dead pixels.
  • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) -- Original NES I received for free. Doesn't seem to work, may need 72-pin connector replacement.
  • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) -- My original, purchased new in 1990. 72-pin connector recently replaced--works like new again.
  • Nintendo Game Boy -- Game Boy Pocket edition, black.
  • Nintendo Game Boy -- Classic original fat, gray mode.
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP -- Silver SP, purchased used to replace dead original Game Boy Advance.
  • Nintendo Game Boy Color -- Translucent "Atomic Purple" version.
  • Nintendo GameCube -- With GameBoy Player attached.
  • Nintendo SNES -- Purchased new back in the day, most reliable system I own.
  • Nintendo Virtual Boy -- Yeah, and it's awesome!
  • Nintendo Wii -- Original white model.
  • Nintendo Wii U -- Black 32GB Deluxe Set.
  • Ouya -- Standard release model.
  • Sega 32X -- Got it for $2.50!
  • Sega Dreamcast -- Black Sega Sports model, and I have two of these.
  • Sega Dreamcast -- Another black Sega Sports model. Missing A/V cables.
  • Sega Game Gear -- Original model, where it's still compatible with the TV tuner.
  • Sega Game Gear -- Broken screen, otherwise it seems to work. Missing battery covers.
  • Sega Genesis -- Second model, "Genesis 2"
  • Sega Master System -- Standard model, has serious problems.
  • Sega Master System -- Master System II model, works like a dream.
  • Sega Master System -- Seems to have issues with the RF connection.
  • Sega Saturn -- Missing cover to the flash memory battery compartment.
  • SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color -- Blue camoflauge color, missing battery cover.
  • Sony PlayStation -- Original model.
  • Sony PlayStation 2 -- Slim model, charcoal black.
  • Sony PlayStation 3 -- Black Friday special slim, 160-GB, included 2 games.
  • Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) -- Green version from MGS Entertainment Pack.
  • Sony PlayStation Vita -- Originial OLED model.
  • Tiger Game.Com -- Standard model, 2 game slots, etc. Excellent shape, and still has it's stylus.