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DaMulta

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Well this thread died....damn it.

Well I'm still collecting away slowly. Been working a lot this year. Picked up me a Neo Geo and all it's glory.
 
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I wanted to build a snes system, but I already built a mame cabinet and have all the emulators on it so I didn't...I may eventually
Well, I just discovered the raspberry pi and retropie, so my plans for a Nintendo may be back on !
 

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Well this thread died....damn it.
hope not, im just trying to get the best possible price on a quite beauty N64 and some games, including golden eye!
 
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Been messing around with the SNES classic, it's almost like playing the original SNES. Haven't modded mine and not really looking to, just enjoying it as is since I do have an original SNES with games for it as shown earlier.
 
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I found a Atari 2600 re-release at goodwill for $2, so I got it. I still have joysticks from our original 2600 (and I still have that too), but just haven't had time to hook it up to the tv yet and play. :)

My wife got me the portable version for Christmas and then she got tired of the Asteroids noises, lol. It's amazing how fun that game still is!
 
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Not sure if this is even right place, but I wanted to share my vintage gaming shelf.
Nes, N64 and bunch of other NGC games not in picture. (too small shelf :D)
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I gots an original NES
 
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One of my friend gave me his PS2 out of kindness.

I'll buy GTA 3 and do it 100%. I already done it on PC, it's like a goal to do it on its original console :).

After that will be VC and SA, and I might even try LCS and VCS.
 
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Not sure if this is even right place, but I wanted to share my vintage gaming shelf. Nes, N64 and bunch of other NGC games not in picture. (too small shelf :D)
I'd say that fits, lot's of classic stuff there. Although it might be a good idea to attach the picture directly in the post rather than link it.

Been messing around with the SNES classic, it's almost like playing the original SNES. Haven't modded mine and not really looking to, just enjoying it as is since I do have an original SNES with games for it as shown earlier.
I have one too. Modded mine though. Not much, only added a few games that I own or are mods of game I own.
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Haven't modded my SNES classic (Yet), may do that before long.
Shoudn't be that difficult to do except for the effort of actually doing it.
 
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Haven't modded my SNES classic (Yet), may do that before long.
Shoudn't be that difficult to do except for the effort of actually doing it.
It's actually very easy and very safe. It's almost impossible to brick it. Hakchi is a great utility.
 
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I own NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Nintendo Gamecube, Nintendo Wii, Xbox, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, a Pentium 3 Windows 98 SE computer, Palm Tungsten E2...maybe a few more I am forgetting...
 
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