Umm... This might be a little too hard for me to do...
GBA Advance Wars
Megaman Battle Network
Fire Pro Wrestling (Eng)
Fire Pro Wrestling (JPN)
Tony Hawk II
Super Mario World
Mario Kart (JPN)
Mario Advance (JPN)
Chu Chu Rocket (JPN)
NeoGeo Pocket Color Faselei
The Last Blade
Sonic Pocket Adventures
Samurai Shodown II
Match of the Millennium
Card Fighter Clash (Capcom)
Metal Slug: 2nd Mission
PS2 Final Fantasy X
Metal Gear Solid 2
Note: I might be missing a few games that aren't lined up neatly like the others on the next couple systems
SNES TMNT Tournament Fighers
Final Fantasy II
Final Fantasy III
Super Mario World
Super Mario World II: Yoshi's Island
Super Punch Out
Tom and Jerry
Turtles in Time
Tom and Jerry (WTF?)
Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country 2
Super Mario All Stars
N64 Kirby 64
Mario Party 2
Mario Party 3
WWF Wrestlemania 2000
WWF No Mercy
Donkey Kong 64
Snowboard Kids 2
Diddy Kong Racing
Pokemon Stadium 2
Tom and Jerry Fists of Fury
Tony Hawk 2
Excite Bike 64
Hey You Pikachu
Sonic and Knuckles
Chiki Chiki Boys
Mortal Kombat II
Super Mario 2
Super Mario 3
Ninja Gaiden 2
Ninja Gaiden 3
The Legend of Zelda
The Legend of Zelda 2
River City Randsom
Chip and Dale
WWF Steel Cage Challenge
Tag Team Wrestling
Star Tropics 2
RC Pro Am
Bible Adventure (Rare Game Alert!!)
GameBoy Pokemon Blue
The Legend of Zelda
The Legend of Zelda DX
WWF Wrestlemania 2000
Super Mario DX
Super Mario Land
Super Mario Land 2
Final Fantasy Adventure
Top Gear Pocket
Top Gear Pocket 2
Note: Now this is just getting annoying, the following systems I'm only gonna name games I can think of off the top of my head rather than looking at them...
PSX Final Fantasy Tactics
Bust-a-Move 2 (JPN)
Castlevania...that one that just came out in October
DDR Best Mix
DDR Disney Mix
Metal Gear Solid
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 3
Fire Pro G
Final Fantasy Anthology
Legend of Mana
Dreamcast Sonic Adventure
Sonic Adventure 2
Jet Set Radio
Jet Grind Radio
Fire Pro D
Typing of the Dead
Resident Evil: Code Veronica
WWF Royal Rumble
Dead or Alive 2
I'm definately forgetting some PSX and Dreamcasts games, but I'm about to go crazy here...
The King: "Are you bilingual?" HHH: "I'm bi- a lot of things, but lingual's not one of them...Ummm, did I mean to say that?" JR: "Probably not, but we're live"
Um... I'm not sure I want to know how long it took you to type that.
It'd be easier for me to list my systems: ATARI: 2600, 5200, 7800, 400 computer, XEGS, Jaguar MATTEL: Intellivision I, II, System Changer (2600 adapter), Aquarius COLECO: ColecoVision OTHER CLASSIC-ERA: Vectrex (x3), Odyssey^2, Bally Astrocade NINTENDO: NES, SNES, Virtual Boy, some Famicom/Super Famicom carts GOLDSTAR: 3DO SEGA: Master System, Genesis, CDX, Saturn (modded), Dreamcast SONY: PlayStation (x2, 1 modded), PlayStation2 NEC: TurboGrafx, TurboDuo, PC-Engine adapter w/Arcade card PORTABLES: NeoGeo Pocket Color (x3), Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Microvision, TurboExpress (x2), Game Gear (modified w/TV output)
Come to think of it, it's easier to list systems I _don't_ have: Atari Lynx (I'll track one down with games someday), Neo-Geo cart/CD system (though MAME makes it superfluous), N64 (don't want it), XBox (don't want it), Gamecube (not yet), classic-era oddities like the Fairchild, APF mp-1000, Emerson Arcadia and RCA Studio II.
And, yes, I have _no_ life.
HELLO KITTY gang terrorizes city, family STICKERED to death!
My high number of games (and height of game play) came when the 5200 was out. I had about 40 games. Favorites were "Miner 2049'er", "Mountain King", "Countermeasure", and "H.E.R.O." Somebody needs to release one of those PSX disc compilations with 5200 emulations. I also liked 5200 "Frogger" and 5200 "Kangaroo" better than the actual arcade models. "Jungle Hunt" too now that I think about it.
I had a Coleco Vision for a brief period of time. I got it on clearance really cheap somewhere. Its specific purpose in life was to provide me with "Mr. Do's Castle" and "Donkey Kong". That's all I wanted it for.
My 7800 was a brief but fun affair which I mainly remember playing "Food Fight" on a lot.
I had an NES, a Super NES, and N64, each for about a year (and NOTHING in between), and probably ten titles tops for each.
I've had a PS2 for a little over a year now, which mostly gets used for the "Arcade Classics" discs. All that processor power and I'm playing Millipede.
While I won't say too many to list, I know it's easily over 200, from the Atari 2600 to the Dreamcast. I just got a Nintendo last year (I should say again, my sib sold it on me while I was away at college), and scooped up quite a few games for it. I had many to replace.
DDR? Rocks like a rocking thing. As does Samba de Amigo. And most of the music/rhythm genre.
I still have floating somewhere around the house the following systems:
Atari 2600 Vic 20 Commodore 64 NES SNES Genesis Saturn Neo-Geo Gold PS2 XBox
I had a Neo Geo Gold early on at one point, then I sold it. I had a 3D0, but I sold it to MicroPlay in exchange for a Neo Geo CD system, which I never got, because the ass-wipe closed shop and left town about a month after I gave him my 3D0, all my games, and $100 in cash for the Neo Geo CD. I hope I find him someday. I miss playing "Return Fire" very, very badly - oh, and I WANT MY MONEY BACK.
As a result of this fiasco, I re-acquired a Neo Geo Gold system a few years ago from E-Bay. Haven't played it in ages; perhaps I'll sell it again.
I don't think i've ever had more than 30 games at once.
At one point at Super Mario Bros., Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dragon Warrior, Baseball Star, and BaseWars. That was it. THen i got a genesis and snes and got rid of all my nintendo stuff.
The only Genesis games I had were Sonic, Spiderman, and some Baseball game. The only SNES games I had were Whatever the Mario game that came with it was, Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball, another crappy baseball game, Final Fantasy 3.
Then i got my Playstation and got rid of all my Genesis and SNES stuff (and don't miss any of it at all). Then my number of games went up. For Playstation I had...
Saga Frontier, NCAA Gamebreaker, NCAA Gamebreaker 98, NCAA Final Four 99, Monster Rancher 1 and 2, NCAA Football 2001, WWF Attitude, WWF Smackdown, Tecmo's Deception, Suikoden 1 and 2, Wild Arms, Grandia, Final Fantasy V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, Legend of Dragoon, Thousand Arms, Xenogears. So I had 22 games at the time.
Also had a N64 but never owned a single game for it.
Then I got rid of some of my PS games (FF VII, Xenogear, Suikoden, Final Four, Monster Rancher 2 and NCAA Gamebreaker) so then i was down to 16 games? (my math could be wrong).
Then on PS2 i got FFX, NCAA Football 2002, Gran Turismo 3, Smackdown: Just Bring It, Monster Rancher 3, Madden 2002, Tekken Tag Tournament, NBA Street. But I gave away Madden, Tekken Tag and NBA Street. So if my math is correct i now have 21 games.
Not necessarily. My collection, for example, is around twenty years' worth of accumulation, a lot of it from flea markets, farmers' markets, garage sales, trading, that kind of thing. It also doesn't hurt to wait for a price drop (which is why I need to start sucking up Dreamcast games NOW, while many of them are $10-20 apiece and before they disappear).
>I don't think i've ever had more than 30 games at once. [...] >THen i got a genesis and snes and got rid of all my nintendo stuff. >Then i got my Playstation and got rid of all my Genesis and SNES stuff >Then I got rid of some of my PS games >But I gave away Madden, Tekken Tag and NBA Street.
Well, that's WHY you've never had more than 30 games. You keep trading games in or giving them away!
The only time I've ever traded games in to get another system was when I got $100 off my first PSX by trading 10 Genesis games, and that's because I traded in a bundle of $2.99 games from the local EB clearance outlet. That made economic sense.
You gave up Monster Rancher 2? BLASPHEMY! You don't want to KNOW how many hours of my life went to that game. I beat the Legends Cup with more than half of the available monster types, worked out a just-about-perfect training method that let me max out several stats on most monsters, and proved that if you give it the right regimen of items and praise, you can make a monster live a perfect lifespan without resting it _once_. (This PROVES I have no life.)
HELLO KITTY gang terrorizes city, family STICKERED to death!
Despite the fact that I am a videogame junkie, I am a poor videogame junkie, who rarely got to take advantage of his EB employee discount.
Nintendo 64: Perfect Dark WWF No Mercy Super Mario 64
Sega Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure NFL 2K1 Grandia II Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 Sega Smash Pack
Sega Saturn: Resident Evil Gungriffon Virtua Fighter 2 DAY-TO-NAAAAAAAA!!!!! Let's go away! Quarterback Attack NiGHTS into Dreams (sampler) Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo Marvel Super Heroes Virtua Soccer (or something) A bunch of other ones I can't remember *NOTE: I picked up the Saturn and games about 2 weeks ago for a total of $20. Just gotta get a new battery for it.
Game Boy Advance: Fire Pro Wrestling A Golden Sun
Final Fantasy VII (Which is one game I still play) WWF Attitude WWF Warzone Smackdown Smackdown 2 Tekken 2 NFL Extreme Star Wars: Master of Teras Kasi ECW Revolution WCW Mayhem (Yes, I know)
Pokemon Red Pokemon Gold Fire Pro Advanced Wario Land Two Puzzle Games which I can never find Final Fantasy Legends II Final Fantasy Legends III MegaMan 2 Dr. Mario WWF Superstars 2 Tetris (duh) NFL QB Club Some Casino one that I found on a camping trip one time About a hundred other ones that have been raided and/or stolen by my nieces and nephews (not that I miss any of them really...)
I think that's it. I gave my Nintendo to my sister. My Genisis dissapeared. I do have a bigillion computer games though. Literally. I counted.
And yes, one of these days I'll start living in 2002 and pick up a newer system. I'm looking at a PS2, but it's too damned expensive for me right now...
Well, I've been avoiding this thread, because I'm afraid of counting my games, but...I have nothing better to do now, I guess.
Luigi's Mansion SSX Tricky Pikmin Super Monkey Ball Super Smash Bros. Melee Star Wars: Rogue Leader
Final Fantasy X NBA Street Gran Turismo 3 State of Emergency Frequency NHL 2002 Madden 2002 ICO Legends of Wrestling WWF Smackdown 3 Monster Rancher 3 Grand Theft Auto 3 Silent Hill 2 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 Smuggler's Run Shadow of Destiny Summoner
Shenmue 2 WWF Royal Rumble Ultimate Fighting Championship Virtua Tennis NBA2k Power Stone Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Sonic Adventure 2 Crazy Taxi Seaman Phantasy Star Online Typing of the Dead NFL2k NFL2k1 Sonic Adventure
Final Fantasy VII Final Fantasy IX Chrono Cross Jade Cocoon Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete WWF Warzone WWF Attitude WWF Smackdown 2 Xenogears Dance Dance Revolution NHL 2001 Monster Rancher Monster Rancher 2 Harvest Moon: Back to Nature Parappa the Rapper Beyond the Beyond Suikoden Suikoden 2 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 Breath of Fire IV Kagero: Deception 2 Tomb Raider 2 Croc WCW Nitro Poy Poy 2Xtreme Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero Azure Dreams Blazing Dragons Crash Bandicoot 2 WCW vs. The World Resident Evil 3 Brave Fencer Musashi Metal Gear Solid Alundra Wild Arms Evil Dead
WWF No Mercy Paper Mario Mario Party 3 Super Smash Bros. Conker's Bad Fur Day Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Starfox 64 Wayne Greztky's 3D Hockey Mario Party WWF Wrestlemania 2000 WCW/NWO Revenge Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Banjo-Kazooie Super Mario 64 Donkey Kong 64 Harvest Moon 64 Mario Party 2 Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 Virtual Pro Wrestling 2
Daytona USA Clockwork Knight Bottom of the 9th Virtua Fighter 2 NiGHTS into Dreams Dark Savior
Chrono Trigger NHL Stanley Cup Super Scope 6 NBA Jam TE Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past Mega Man X Donkey Kong Country 2 NBA Live 95 Super Mario World Final Fight and I KNOW I've got more SNES games than this but uh..I can't find em
Popful Mail Night Trap Sewer Shark Joe Montana NFL Football Sonic CD Wonderdog Road Avenger
Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Sonic & Knuckles World Series Baseball 95 NBA Jam Jerry Glanville's Pigskin Footbrawl and, as with SNES, I know I have more than this, but I can't find em.
A Boy and his Blob Dance Aerobics Rockin Cats Mickey Mousecapade Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle Super C Super Mario Bros 3 Heavy Barrel Super Team Games Mike Tyson's Punch Out Casino Kid Barker Bill's Trick Shooting Pinball Wheel of Fortune Junior Edition Adventure Island Adventure Island 3 Kid Icarus Burgertime Rescue Rangers Athletic World Eggsplode/Short Order Spy Vs. Spy Dr. Mario Super Mario Bros. 2 Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt/Track & Field Excitebike Final Fantasy Battletoads
Defender Video Olympics Mouse Trap Megamania: A Space Nightmare Spider Fighter Bezerk Asteroids Super Breakout Mario Bros. Adventures of Tron Oscar's Trash Race Target Fun Yar's Regenge Pac-Man Missle Command Towering Inferno Infiltrate Breakout ET(what IS that evil forboding music I hear? ) Warlords Alpha Beam with Ernie Cosmic Ark Lock 'N Chase Donkey Kong Swordquest: Fireworld Big Bird's Egg Catch Dragonfire(still my favorite Atari 2600 game ever) Demon Attack Vanguard Space Attack Demons to Diamonds Atlantis Astroblast
*phew* that took a while. It all adds up to... 175 games...I think.
Yeah you're right vsp, i have given away a lot of my games, even though I don't have enough money to buy any and every game I want I do realize i'm more privileged than others so I always give my games to people who can't afford them. Awww, aren't i so nice!
As for Monster Rancher 2, I was looking really forward to Monster Rancher 3 for PS2 and wanted it for Christmas, when my sister heard I wanted it, she wanted to know what it was like. After I explained it to her she thought it was pretty cool so she wanted Monster Rancher or Monster Rancher 2 then (because she doesn't have PS2 yet). So I sent her my copy of Monster Rancher 2 for Christmas. Then I got Monster Rancher 3 and found out it sucks compared to Monster Rancher 2. And i live in Alabama while my sister lives in New York so it's not like I can go over there and play anytime. Other than NCAA Football I probably played Monster Rancer 2 more than any other game i've ever had. So I guess I made a pretty big mistake. I will never ever again assume that a sequel is better than the previous game. Although I probably should've already known that.
(edited by Quezzy on 21.2.02 0922)
THAT IS AWESOME!
I liked "Shades of Guilt". It was a well told story and the fact that the first two words uttered by the narrator were "Portrait of" put a smile on my face. Good ending too. (And it's nice to see I-Man getting some work)