This is a pretty sweet collection. I wonder how many of them work.
What, no Colecovision?
……………..dead center man…………. well slightly below dead center…..
I see the Atari 800 in there. I had the Atari 400 myself (which used the same game cartridges). There are times when I miss that thing (Joust and Star Raiders were my two favorite games). I also see the NES and a Game Boy Advance (I had a GameBoy Pocket). Those are the only three gaming systems I’ve ever had, besides PCs and smartphones.
On a side note, I used to have the poster that is (mostly) shown in the upper-right corner. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep it in a poster frame, and after moving multiple times (putting it up, taking it down, rolling it, up, and having it squashed a couple times in shipping), I finally had to dispose of it because it was in such bad shape. It is of Cincinnati Reds catcher Johnny Bench (my all-time favorite baseball player) hitting a game-tieing home run in the ninth-inning of game five (in a best-of-five series) of the 1972 National League Championship Series vs. Pittsburgh (specifically, against pitcher Dave Giusti). The Reds would end up winning that game, but would unfortunately lose to Oakland in the World Series.
PS3 is missing with no obvious spot being made for its future inclusion.
This picture was clearly taken before the Wii was launched. Old.
Commodore 64 *without* an Epyx fast loader cartridge. Painful days ahead.
What? No 1st generation Magnavox Odyssey? Pfft…
No Vectrex either.
Like Rob said. I have all that plus the Coleco and they all work fine.