|Contribution Rating:||48271 (ranked 37th; 12442 in last year)|
|Member Since||Feb 07, 2004|
|# Messages Posted:||88|
|About myself:||Born in November 1967, I'm a PC and NEC PC Engine (aka "TurboGrafx") console & game collector, owner of a GT/TurboExpress console (I also collect, to a lesser extent, typewriters, calculators, duplicating machines, LCD portable video-games, old family computers, PDAs, Palm OS & Windows CE powered devices and smartphones).|
My first videogame was a Nintendo Game&Watch LCD system ("Ball" was its name), a Hanimex "Pong" TV Console (PC-50x), I then bought a Sinclair ZX-81, a Jupiter Cantab Ace, a ZX Spectrum, a Commodore 64, a Apple II, a Macintosh Classic, a Zenith Data Systems EazyPC and I kept on buying PCs since then. I never listed all my games, I use MobyGames to try to do so and contribute to the database. Say near 2000 PC and 100 NEC PC Engine games.
Started lately a very very small CD-i and WonderSwan collection (almost 10 games for each system).
2019 update : back to business, but we are expecting a change of our plan for our lives, realizing nothing would ever be the same again.
2018 update : sad news. My wife and I had major surgeries (as a side note, my contribution points were divided by 5).
2017 update: went to Japan, brought back a few PC & Wonderswan games. More important to me : visited (parts of) Tokyo, Yokohama, Kamakura, Hiroshima and Miyajima. Still can't forget these days. Met Kabuki artists kind enough to introduce me (and let play) shamisen.
2012 update: started a blog about pinball games and simulations. some of them are not yet listed here, but maybe soon ! Sadly, I have not much spare time for updates.
- Apple II
- Bandai WonderSwan
- Cell Phone
- Commodore 64
- MB Microvision
- Microsoft Xbox 360
- NEC TurboExpress
Used to Have
- MB Vectrex
- NEC PC-FX
- NEC TurboDuo
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
- Nintendo Virtual Boy
- Sega 32X