Yup! I still have my parents Atari! My original NES that works perfectly the 1st time (my man HotSauce found a new chip on EBay I installed) my Sega with CD and 32X attatchment, SNES, N64 and my original PS1.. they all still work and they're all plugged in ready to play.. I have my original Game Boy with magnifiying glass with speakers and a game gear that all still work completely
Did for a while, sold mostly everything off. Still have 2 original Atari systems, sealed in the boxes. They are marked "For Promotional Use Only". Found them at a Ford dealer I worked at for a while, they were renovating and I found them in the storage area. They were gonna toss them.
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Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 3:21 pm Post subject: Cool
The good thing about the Dreamcast is you can download the games from all over the net and burn them to CD and they play without any mods.
You can also put an emulator and thousands of roms on a single cd and load it in the Dreamcast.
There was a couple games developed that were never released but were leaked and they are available now. Propeller Arena is one, its a air combat game using WW2 style aircraft. The graphics are amazing and the replay value is very high. Although never released the game is complete.
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Don't really collect. I do have a Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and all 3 Playstations. That's about it.
Jesus created the internet and puppies and dandelions and kittens and sunny days and lollipops and impalas and turbochargers and pizza and beer and wings and boobies and blowjobs and pizza and pizza and pizza and beer and snow days and football and cheerleaders and drag radials and nascar and everything else that's awesome.
It's hard to find retards of this quality in such masses. It's truly amazing.
I own all playstations, my family... well excluding my mom, have always been sony fans. I do occasionally have the urge to play some ps1 games, especially twisted metal 1&2 and all the need for speeds, I love the commentaries on the cars. I don't really collect, but I certainly wish I took good care of all my games as a kid, especially old computer games such as Quake, Blood, and Metal Gear. Love video games because I've always feel connected to my dad that way. For sure want to keep all the playstations and games so I can show my future kids.
I still have my 2600, it's the smaller final version without wood grain, with one stock joystick and one Discwasher pistol grip joystick, paddle controllers, the touch pad, and about 20 games. Several years ago, my then-12 year old nephew got his Xbox for Christmas, and wanted to play ol' Uncle John in some Madden football. He handed me a controller that looked like it had been ripped out of the space shuttle, and gave me a 30 second tutorial on how to run, pass, blitz, juke, and 40 other moves. I watched in amazement as the little sh*t clobbered me (hardly surprising). I promised revenge. I got it the next time I went over to my sister's house with the Atari in tow, along with Real Sports football (5 on 5, not the 70's football with block shaped players). Gave him the joystick with one button, and said "pass left is this, pass right is this, run left is this, run right is this, push the button to pass. Let's go!". 10 minutes later and on the bad end of a 63-0 score, my nephew wanted to get the Xbox. Denied. LOL Old Skool ruled the day, and he hasn't forgotten that life lesson. Peace, John
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