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What Video Game Systems do you own? Answered

Just wondering what systems everyone owns. I myself have; -Nintendo Entertainment System -Sega Genesis -Sega CD -Wii -PS2 -PC -Atari Jaguar (Really) -Gamecube -That's it

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sonicdude10 (author)2012-05-12

Sega consoles. All NTSC-U unless otherwise noted:

2 model 2 Sega Genesis
2 model 1 Sega genesis
Game Gear
Nomad
2 Saturn. One a white busted NTSC-J, other a black NTSC-U.
Dreamcast
2 32X add on for Genesis
2 model 2 CD system add on for Genesis

Nintendo:

3 N64. 2 revision 4 models and RGB mod-able, 1 revision 5
3DS
NDS Lite

Other:

Radica Super Street fighter Sega Genesis mini game box (busted from cart slot addition hacking attempt)
Laptop with various emulators

That is all but still growing. I'm obviously a Sega fan to own almost every console version they made.

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neuropol (author)2011-09-26

Consoles:

Atari 2500
Atari 5200
Atari XEGS
Atari Jaguar
Magnavox Odyssey 2
Nintendo NES
Nintendo SNES
Nintendo N64
Nintendo GameCube
Nintendo Wii
Sega Master System
Sega Genesis
Sega Dreamcast
Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox 360

Portables

Milton Bradley Microvision
Nintendo Game Boy
Nintendo Game Boy Pocket - not really a separate system I guess
Nintendo Game Boy Color
Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP - Again prob not a separate system
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite - ""
Atari Lynx
Sega Game Gear
Sega Nomad
Sony PSP
NeoGeo Pocket Color
Tapwave Zodiac
Nokia N*Gage
Watara SuperVision
Bit Corp. Gamate
Bandai WonderSwan

I think that's it. I'm in the process of selling most of my stuff off, so I may have some stuff I didn't list/no longer have some stuff I listed.

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mr.mountaineer (author)2011-09-26

in order of age :
Intellivision 2 with System Changer to play atari 2600,
nes,
genesis,
genesis 2,
playstation,
n64,
psone,
playstation 2,
gamecube,
xbox,

and in handhelds:

game boy Advanced,
2 game boy Advanced sp's,
ds original,
ds lite,

and computer with 5,000+ games on it

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JamesRPatrick (author)2011-08-21

Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, N64, Nintendo DS(original), XBOX, Wii, XBOX 360 Slim.

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banningwald (author)2011-08-01

I have a gameboy advanced sp, xbox 360, wii, ps2, ipod nano, psp, and i did have a original DS but i sold it now i just regret that day.

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Science Swine (author)2011-06-24

pc, gamecube, ipod touch 4g, ps3, and wii.

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kalle_85 (author)2011-06-22
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Norgejao (author)2011-06-15
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Goodhart (author)Norgejao2011-06-15

Well, does Wii have a CHESS option? If not, since that is my game of choice, I prefer the PC myeslf :-)

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KNEXFRANTIC (author)2011-06-13

i have
an andriod phone (sony ericson x 10 mini pro)
a win 7 laptop
a ps3 slim
ps2 slim
an original psone
wii
gamecube with gameboy player
gb orignal
gb color
gb advanced
gb advanced sp
ds lite
dsi
sega dreamcast
sega saturn
sega mega drive

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Ds HaKa (author)2011-06-11

HAVE:
iPod touch
Sega Genesis
Atari 2600
Atari 7800
NES
SNES
GameCube
Wii
PlayStation (original, not PSOne)
Gameboy (original)
Gameboy Pocket
Gameboy Color
Gameboy Advance
Gameboy Advance SP
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite
PC running Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 dual boot with DOSBox
Google Cr-48 Chromebook running CrOS / Ubuntu 10.10 dual boot

HAD:
1994 Macintosh Performa
1993 HP PC running Windows 3.11 (which is the last windows distro I touch willingly)
1980 RadioShack Pocket computer
1980ish RadioShack PC
Commadore 64

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musick_08 (author)2011-06-11

I'm gonna put an update on mine haha. I now have a PC, PS2, original playstation (now a cd player), n64, atari 2600, atari flashback 2, PS3, laptop, and a Sega game gear. (And soon a portable atari 2600).

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homestuck (author)2010-10-26

Nes, Nintendo DS Lite, Wii, and Gameboy SP

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enoted (author)2010-10-17

I have a PC , PS3 , a Wii thats under my bed wondering why I bought it. I also have an iTouch my usefull ipod ever imo.

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cupcake43 (author)2010-10-16

N64, PS1, PS2, Gamecube, Wii, DS, Gameboy. and that is about it,

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lucasaf (author)2010-07-18

Odyssey, Super Pong, Atari 2600, Odyssey 2, NES, SNES, TurboGrafx 16, N64, sega genesis, 32x, dreamcast, ps1, ps2, ps3, xbox, xbox360, wii, game boy, sega genesis nomad, game boy color, game gear, psp, nintendo ds lite, nitendo dsi, intellivision, atari jaguar, atari jaguar cd, sega cd, coleco telstar, game cube. That's all

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dombeef (author)2009-04-13

I want...

3DO

Acorn Archimedes
Adventurevision
Amiga
Amiga CD32
Amstrad CPC
APF-*1000/IM
Apple II
Arcade Games
Arcadia 2001
Astrocade
Atari 2600
Atari 5200
Atari 7800
Atari 8-bit
Atari ST

Bandai Pippin
BBC Micro
BBS Door

Casio Loopy
Cassette Vision
CD-I
Channel F
Colecovision
Commodore 64
Commodore PET
CPS Changer
CreatiVision

Dreamcast
DS
DVD Player

e-Reader
EACA Colour Genie 2000

Famicom Disk System
FM Towns
FM-7

Game Boy
Game Boy Advance
Game Boy Color
Game.com
GameCube
GameGear
Genesis
Gizmondo
GP32

Intellivision
Interton VC4000
iPhone/iPod

Jaguar
Jaguar CD

LaserActive
Lynx

Macintosh
Mattel Aquarius
Microvision
Mobile
MSX

N-Gage
NEC PC98
Neo-Geo CD
NeoGeo
NeoGeo Pocket Color
NES
Nintendo 64
Nintendo 64DD
Nuon

Odyssey
Odyssey2
Online-Only/Web
Oric 1/Atmos
OS/2

Palm OS
PC
PC-FX
Pinball
Playdia
PlayStation
PlayStation 2
PlayStation 3
Pocket PC
PSP

RCA Studio II
Redemption

Saturn
Sega 32X
Sega CD
Sega Master System
SG-1000
Sharp X68000
Sinclair ZX81/Spectrum
SNES
Sord M5
Super Cassette Vision
SuperVision

Tandy Color Computer
TI-99/4A
Turbo CD
TurboGrafx-16

Unix/Linux

Vectrex
VIC-20
VirtualBoy

Wii
WonderSwan
WonderSwan Color

Xbox
Xbox 360

Zodiac

(joking!)

LOL!

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dombeef (author)dombeef2009-04-13

I added a few.... Acetronic MPU Acorn Atom Acorn Electron Akor TV-Boy Amstrad GX4000 Amstrad Mega PC Amstrad Schneider CPC AS Audio Sonic PP-790/795 Atari 1040ST Atari 2600 jr. Atari 400 Atari 5200 Atari 520ST Atari 600XL Atari 65XE Atari 7800 Atari 800 Atari 800XL Atari Jaguar Atari Jaguar CD Atari Lynx Atari Lynx II Atari Pong Atari VCS 2600 Atari XEGS Bally Astrocade Bandai Wonderswan Bandai Wonderswan Colour Bandai Crystal Bandai TV Jack BBC model A BBC model B Binatone Mk4 Game System Binatone Mk6 Game System Binatone Mk8 Game System Blaupunkt TV Action CBS Colecovision Coleco Gemini Coleco QuizWiz Coleco Telstar Arcade Coleco Total Control 4 Commodore 64 Commodore Amiga 1000 Commodore Amiga 2000 Commodore Amiga 3000 Commodore Amiga 32CD Commodore Amiga 500 Commodore Amiga 600 Commodore Amiga CDTV Commodore C-128 Commodore C-128D Commodore C16 Commodore C-64 Commodore C-64 G Commodore C-64GS Commodore Plus/4 Commodore SX-64 Commodore VIC 20 Conic TVG - Creatronic Mega Duck Daewoo Zemmix CPC-51 Dragon 32 Dragon 64 Emerson Arcadia 2001 Entex Space Invader 2 Fairchild channel F Fairchild Channel F FM Towns + Varieties Fortune Hand Game SY-3000B (Taiwanese Game Boy clone) Game.com Gamepark GP32 GCE Vetrex Genesis 3 Gizmondo Grandstand 6000 Colour TV Game Hartung Game Master Hitachi Hi-Saturn Interton VC4000 Intervision 2001 'Jupiter Ace' JVC WonderMega JVC X'Eye JVC V-Saturn Lafayette Tournament 2000 Magnavox CD-I Magnavox Odyssey (very first home videogame system) Magnavox Odyssey 2 Majesco Game Gear (same as Sega's but newer, 2000) Mangavox Oddessey Mark Video Game Mattel Intellivision Mattel Intellivision II MB Vectrex MGA Game Wizard Microsoft Xbox Microsoft Xbox 360 Milton Bradley Comp IV Milton Bradley Microvision MUTI Game Kid / Game Child NEC PC Engine NEC PC Engine Core Grafx NEC PC Engine Core Grafx II NEC PC Engine Duo NEC PC Engine Duo-R NEC PC Engine Duo-RX NEC PC Engine GT NEC PC Engine Super CD NEC PC Engine Super Grafx NEC PC FX NEC PC-Engine LT NEC Turbo CD NEC Turbo Duo NEC Turbo Express NEC TurboGrafx 16 Neo Geo CDZ Neo Geo Pocket Colour Nintendo 64 Nintendo 64 DD Nintendo Entertainment System(NES) Nintendo Famicom Nintendo Famicom Disk System Nintendo Famicom Jr Nintendo DS Nintendo DS Lite Nintendo Game and Watch Nintendo Game Boy Light Nintendo Gameboy Nintendo Gameboy Advance Nintendo Gameboy colour Nintendo Gameboy Micro Nintendo Gameboy pocket Nintendo Gameboy Pocket Light Nintendo Gameboy SP Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo Super Famicom Nintendo Super Famicom Jr Nintendo Super Nintendo Nintendo VirtualBoy Nintendo Wii Nokia N-Gage Nokia N-Gage QD Nuon Oric Panasonic 3DO Panasonic FZ-1 3DO Developer Station Panasonic FZ-10 3DO Panasonic Q Philips Cdi-350/360/370/210/450 Philips ES Philips Las Vegas Philips Odyssey 2001 Philips Travemünde Philips videopac 1 + 2 Philips Videopac G-7000 Philips Videopac 7200 Philips Videopac 7400 Pioneer Laseractive Pippin Playdia Prinztronic Tournament Ten Pong System Quickshot SuperVision Radiola Videopac Jet 45 Radofin Programmable Video Game Radofin Tele-Sports III RCA Studio II Redant Game Axe Schmid TVG 2000 Sears 7-in-1 Sports Sega (Majesco) Genesis 3 Sega Dreamcast Sega Dreamcast Divers unit (TV/DC combi) Sega Game Gear Sega Game Gear Blue (Different CPU) Sega Genesis Sega Mark III Sega Master System Sega MasterSystem II Sega Mega Drive 32X Sega Mega-CD Sega Mega-CD II Sega Megadrive Sega Megadrive II Sega Mega Jet Sega MultiMega (CDX) Sega Neptune Sega Nomad Sega Pico Sega Saturn Sega SC-3000 Sega SG-1000 Sega Video Driver Sharp X6800 SHG Blackpoint Sinclair QL Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K and 128K SNK Neo Geo SNK Neo Geo cartucho SNK Neo Geo CD SNK Neo Geo Pocket SNK Neo Geo Pocket Colour Sony MSX Sony MSX 2 Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony PocketStation Sony PSOne Sony PSP Sony PSTwo Sony PSX Soundic Soundic Soundic Soundicvision SD-200 Tandy TRS80 Tapwave Zodiac TEMCO 8000 TetraDrive (M.D. in VCR) Tiger Game.com + Pocket Pro/Light Tiger Game.com original Tiger Game.com Pocket Pro Tiger PlayMaker Tiger R-Zone headset Tiger R-Zone X.P.G. Tomy Compubowl Tomy Elect. Formula 1 Top Guy (handheld NES) TV-FAN TVcolor Universum TV-Multi-Spiel 2006 Vectrex Video Attack Videojet MegaDuck Viewmaster InteractiveVision Vtech CreatiVision Vtech Socrates Watara SuperVision

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NYPA (author)dombeef2010-05-05

The SEGA Neptune never was released...

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dombeef (author)NYPA2010-05-07

 Thats what they wan't you to know...

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NYPA (author)dombeef2010-05-08

If it was released, it would've been a standalone 32x.

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NYPA (author)dombeef2010-05-05

That's almost every console of the 20th and 21st century.
Half of them are Sugar Honey Iced Tea.

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neivadan (author)dombeef2010-01-21

ha ha funney right i thout u realy wanted them

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Jawa888 (author)dombeef2010-01-15

 I never new a jaguar was a consal

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Plasmana (author)dombeef2009-04-14

That is an hell a lot of consoles...

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dombeef (author)Plasmana2009-04-14

Yeah I know.That is what I want

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Plasmana (author)dombeef2009-04-16

So you are going to be a gamer when you grow up?

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Goodhart (author)dombeef2009-07-06

Well, I have a Tandy CoCo II, and a Commodore 64 (or is it a 128?) still ;-)

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Goodhart (author)dombeef2009-07-06

They should be good enough to drive a security system once I get out of the apt. and into my own house.

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Goodhart (author)Laserman5952010-01-13

IF I can still find or if my analog TV still works by then :-) 

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dombeef (author)Plasmana2009-07-06

For that I ment that i dont want all of those games

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insanecreator92 (author)dombeef2009-11-23

You clearly have no life if you have that many game systems.

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NYPA (author)2010-05-05

I have a very sad PS2 (Not used much) and a DS that might see a revival of me using it when I get a AceKard. That's it. With the modern invention of Emulation, I don't buy things much.

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FFVIIBOY (author)2010-04-19

I have PSP, DS Lite, 360, PS1, NES emulater (i can download any NES game onto my computer), Game Boy color, SD (lost it, sorry if i got the name rong), used to have N64, and PS2 my favorite system of all time cuz i have so many games, so many of my favorite games are for PS2, i have had it since i was 7 i think, and their still makin PS2 games even tho they made the PS3

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S0NICTHWERHOG (author)2010-04-18

I have  a Wii/Game Cube,xbox,xbox360,PlayStation 1,Gameboy Advance SP,Nintendo DS thats it.

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derhans (author)2010-04-15

gameboy, wii, PS2, PSP and thats enough for me

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zeffe121 (author)2010-04-13

I own a Wii, Gamecube, and a Nintendo 64

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insanecreator92 (author)2009-11-23

All hail Ps3, with it's sharp, crisp, clear, graphics and a great selection of games, great free online, high quality blue ray player. The list goes on. ps people who use lag switches should be shot.

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RyAn_NoXiOuS (author)2010-01-31

I myself own a PlayStation(1st), PlayStation 2, and a PlayStation 3.

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