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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by Golgo 14 Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:32 pm

Hatta wrote:I've got one of those joyboards too. Have you ever used it? I'm a little afraid I'd break it.

Sure, I used it for a few rounds of Mogul Maniac when I was a kid. :lol: You can use it for other games too, but it doesn't work very well.

At this point, I'd be hesitant to allow a full-grown adult to climb aboard the Joyboard, but depending on the condition of yours you'd probably be okay using your feet to control it while you sat on a chair so that your full weight wouldn't be on an almost 3 decades-old piece of plastic. Not the full Joyboard experience of course, but you'd get the idea.
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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by SwooshBear Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:54 pm

I'd have to say a tie between my atari 2600, my indigo gba (which is my first video game thing ever), my cib super gameboy for snes, and my ps1 final fantasy collection.
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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by xxstatic Thu Nov 25, 2010 5:55 am

My DK machine that I saved and restored to it's original 1981 condition:

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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by emwearz Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:10 am

Boxed Sega SC3000H (Which is a Sega Mark I with more ram and a built in keyboard)

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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by Curlypaul Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:17 am

I think the most prized object that I have is my Japanese 3D saturn pad, which is boxed and included a mint copy of christmas nights. Its the one and only thing that I've bought just for the pleasure of owning. It mainly just sits in its box but every now and then I get it out to look at it :D
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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by Curlypaul Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:18 am

Thats a cool Sega machine emwearz, and I've never even seen a photo for the any of the games for it. Nice one
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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by emwearz Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:21 am

Curlypaul wrote:Thats a cool Sega machine emwearz, and I've never even seen a photo for the any of the games for it. Nice one


While it has it's own range of games (via a tape deck add on, which a computer can emulate today) it plays standard Mark I carts.
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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by xan_racketBOY_fan Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:33 pm

xxstatic wrote:My DK machine that I saved and restored to it's original 1981 condition:

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I have one, too :P ... only much tinnier!

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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by Yukima Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:50 pm

xan_racketBOY_fan wrote:Image


*spots Aladdin handheld*

Haha... I remember those old Tiger handheld LCD games. I have one for NiGHTS Into Dreams.
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Re: What is you "status piece" in your collection?

by D.D.D. Fri Nov 26, 2010 7:07 am

Jonesy47 wrote:Image

Since I had an extra, dysfunctional Famicom laying around, I painted an NES the appropriate colors, took off the Family Computer face plate and glues it to the front lid, gutted the famicom pad and shoved the NES pad innards inside (not as easy a fit as i would have hoped) and, I even have a famicom to nes adapter to use on the bad boy. Off the top of my head, probably my crown jewel just because no one else in the world probably has one just like mine.

EDIT: Sorry about the shitty pic. I really should take better pictures.


Dude! That is really cool looking NES-mod. :D
And yes, you should take better pics. :P ;)
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