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kelsoanim
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Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 edition!

by kelsoanim Sun Mar 09, 2014 8:42 pm

Hey guys, I just got my game room to a point where I want to share it. My wife and I bought a house a year and a half ago and I was granted a small bedroom for my game room. It's a small bedroom, but I am making the most of it.

This is what I have in the room for now. I have more consoles, boxes, and games in the basement. I may add some photos of those later, but I am done taking photos for now! Lights are usually dim and the blackout curtains are closed when gaming or watching TV and movies, I just have the curtains open for the photos. Sorry if the pic quality and lighting isn't that great, I'm no photographer! :P Anyway, on to the pics.

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*Almost* all of the game systems are hooked up to a TV and ready to play at the flip of the switch. I keep everything connected to the CRT one one power strip and turn it off when it's not in use so all the bricks aren't sucking power all day, and also for safety / paranoia reasons.

Handheld systems:
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My TG Express has perfect picture and sound, love that thing. :)

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Closer pics of my game collection:
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Handheld carts:
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Modest movie shelf:
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Controller storage:
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There are more controllers (including some arcade sticks) and remotes on the shelf under the coffee table.

Thanks for looking! I'll probably update this thread later with some updates to show some of my stuff in storage.
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by SirGawain Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:11 pm

Nice. Definitely utilizing a small space without making it look cluttered. Two thumbs up
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by Hazerd Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:16 pm

Very nice, would look at again!

Where did you get the shelf that holds your consoles/tv's?
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by Frag Mortuus Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:20 pm

Looks great!
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by flojocabron Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:24 pm

Awesome!

A little and a whole lot of everything!

I like the labels on the N64 games.

Good stuff sir!
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by Xeogred Sun Mar 09, 2014 9:54 pm

Definitely top notch. Nice!

Is that the highly sought after Sony CRT that does a lot?
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by Hobie-wan Sun Mar 09, 2014 10:01 pm

Looks good and nothing wrong with the pictures. There's enough light and the camera was steady so you can tell what stuff is.
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by kelsoanim Sun Mar 09, 2014 10:26 pm

Thanks guys!

Hazerd: The TV stand shelves are these: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/produ ... #/20102154. I got em recently and I'm very happy with them. Very sturdy and they hold the TVs nicely. I just drilled some holes in the back for the cords and they were good to go.

Xeogred: I'm not sure of the exact model, but that's a Sony Trinitron that I got at a thrift store a while back. It's flat and has composite, s-video, coaxial and component in. I'm not sure if it's the one that is sought after, but it fills in all my check boxes for sure. Only issue I have is the geometry is just a little bit distorted but I have not had the motivation to brave the factory menus.
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by fastbilly1 Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:33 am

I love the setup. The only thing I would suggest is frames for your posters. The whole setup is just nice and concise. And that rug is so close at tying the room together.
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Re: Kelsoanim's Game Room/Closet and Collection - 2014 editi

by SirGawain Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:47 am

fastbilly1 wrote: And that rug is so close at tying the room together.
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