As for me, I own 9 different systems with over Two Hundred Games all together.
Super Nintendo (Model 2)
Sega Genesis (Version 1) Add On: 32X
Playstation (Model 1)
Playstation 2 (Model 2)
Nintendo DS (Model 1)
Sega Game Gear
At One Point I did own a…
NES (My dad give it to my aunt after we got the SNES)
Sega Saturn (Give it away because I only have the system itself nothing else)
Atari 2600 (Buy it at our local Goodwill and later on give it to my uncle)
Intellivision (Have one but cant remerber what happened to it)
Game Boy Advance (The Screen on it broke so I thew it away after I got myself a DS)
I wanted to get a Wii and a PSP but need to save some money up first.
PC (it does play games Orange box, Fable TLC, Doom 3 etc so it counts right?)
2 comadore 64s or however you spell it
around 5 diffrent atari systems
Vortex all in one machine thingy
I don’t own it, but it is at my house at the moment, my friend’s Virtual Boy is being stored at my place!! It works, however, playing it gives me headaches!! I had forgotten how bad it was to play with one of these things!!
don’t own it, but it is at my house at the moment, my friend’s Virtual Boy is being stored at my place!! It works, however, playing it gives me headaches!! I had forgotten how bad it was to play with one of these things!!
Cool, I alway wanted to play one of those, or get my hands on you. Yea I heard about it getting you headaches or making you blind because of red and black graphics, but still it be neat to be one.
Well, speaking of systems I have…
I came home from college for the summer last night and unpacked all my stuff. The last time I tried to show my dad how nice my Xbox 360 looked on my small HDTV, the TV broke and we had to spend a good few months hassling the company for a new one.
This time, I hooked up my 360, and it worked great, as it’s supposed to. I called my dad up to see… and as he walked in, my system contracted the Red Ring of Death for no reason. It had been working PERFECTLY 30 seconds before. I just do not understand Microsoft…
At least they said they will fix it for free… I hope…
They will & even pay for shipping from your home & then back!! They even send you a box to ship your system to them at no cost!! All you do is send your system to them, without controllers, cables or the hard drive!! So rest easy, as you are well taken care of!!
Thanks, Icey. When you posted your response, Microsoft had already shipped the box out, but it was still en route. I received the prepaid shipping box today, and just dropped off my 360 at a UPS pickup point.
The site says it will take 2-3 weeks to repair. Is that accurate?
Just an update… got my 360 back yesterday, and although it made a few funny noises at first, it seems to be working just fine. I’m glad Microsoft repaired it; hopefully it will stay functional this time.
Starting with the oldest and working towards the newest ones
Balley arcade system
Gameboy (original 4aa batteries)
Game boy color
Nintendo 64 (with expansion)
Playstation (original brick)
Yes all of them still are in working order. I have found working replacements for the few that broke on me