In the retrogaming community, it isn’t uncommon to have an impressive room to showcase your collection and enjoy the games. Personally, I’ve always tried to keep my collection to a minimum (at least as much as one can while still being a retro gaming enthusiast that runs a popular website for the community), so my collection and room won’t necessarily turn a lot of heads, but I wanted to share my setup anyway.
As some of you may know, the Racketboy family had a recent addition. To make room for our new baby, the spare bedroom that once housed my combination office and game room needed to be transitioned elsewhere.
Before, I moved everything out, I wanted to document the setup and share it with everyone since I don’t see many home offices that are also game rooms. Maybe this will inspire a setup for someone else out there.
While it might seem sad that I had to give up this room, it’s really been fine. I haven’t utilized it quite as much as I’d like and I’m happy with the new space everything is in now. Later on, I’ll share the new setup – it’s cool, but in a different way.