post a picture of your video game collection
There was a massive collection thread earlier in the week. Sadly, I missed most of it towards the end.
Reminds me that I haven't updated my collection image in about a year. I keep putting it off and mostly will just keep doing so.
I recall someone here only buying games made or published by Nintendo themselves. Might be him.
How's Resonance of Fate?
Pretty sure he's pointing out that OP has none of those and simply didn't put the "no" part on all them.
Legends is great if you ask me. Audio's a bit lower quality but still great.
To be fair to him, Gotcha Force is fucking expensive these days; more than most really would like to pay. Like, "$110 is a cheap price" expensive.
Heard Japan got a reprint a while back and they either didn't print off many more or it sold like shit out there. Either way it's apparently expensive both here and in Japan, with the difference being the west didn't even get the reprint.
Wish I could justify adding the SNES to my roster of games to get. But not at current prices, where even common, worthwhile games can be a good $25-30 each where I live, with harder to find ones being up to $60 if not more.
theres a lot of 3ds games missing in this picture i havent opened yet.
Can't really see everything (there's some boxes and limited edition stuff hidden on top and behind things) and there's a fair few additions that are "on the way", but this is how it is now.
in the post:
- 3DS ambassador edition
- Pandoras Tower LE
- One Piece Unlimited Cruise SP LE
- More Skylanders
- N3DS (black) + MM3D LE + skull kid figure
Kudos on the 2 Zelda preorder compilations, but..
>no Resident Evil 0, 1, 2, 3, CVX and 4 collector's tin
>no Pokemon Colosseum Jirachi Bonus Disk
>no Phantasy Star Online Ep. 1 and 2 regular version nor Plus version
>no Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution
Anon, I am disappoint.
i have the pokemon colosseum bonus disk but the pictures old and doesn't have it in it.
i have every pokemon ever made including the gb card game 2
That's a lot of Dragonball Z.
On that note, is Budokai Tenkaichi 3 really expensive where you live? Because it is here and I'm not certain why.
How's Ar Nosurge? Been hearing mixed things about it.
Ar nosurge is a good game but would fit better as Visual Novel, the battle system is good but gets kinda repetitive, the characters are good and Genometrics help build their character and the soundtrack is freaking awesome definetly the best thing about the game. There's dual audio too (japanese is far better trust me) there's some wierd dialogue when you speak with the npcs but they don't say anything useful so don't bother. If you like text heavy games this one is for you. Listen to this
Behold, the largest physical collection known to mankind.
Ar NoSurge it's a little better than those and i really like the Ar tonelico series, Ar NoSurge improves alot on the battle system and the Genometrics is a 10x better than the Cosmophere, Ar NoSurge , storywise, is a prequel to the Tonelico series. There's only 2 girls that you can create deep bonds with unlike the PS2 duology.
Not him, but I went to GamexChange the other day, and they had 3 copies of BT3 for $69.70 each.
It's like $60 on Amazon for the US. I haven't a clue what's prompted those prices. Did it sell poorly or get shortprinted, or something? Most DBZ games seem to do decently in sales, especially the fighting ones. Or is it just that damn good of a game?
good god you dumb fag, takes only 2 sec
I don't keep out anything older because I have a PC set up that emulates it all. I have all my old gen carts from when I was a kid but they're in a box somewhere.
I've got a few more things, such as an arcade machine with Neo Geo motherboard and Metal Slug 1-5 and several home computers (Amiga 500, Apple II, Macintosh Plus, ZX Spectrum)
How's the Atelier Iris trilogy? Also, why no Mana Khemia, considering you seem to like the overall series (I can understand not wanting to shell out $60-70+ for MK2, but the first game was pretty reasonable last I checked)?
I've seen it go for $130 on eBay and $120 on Amazon. I asked the guy at the counter if there was some kind of insane demand for it.
>kinda, not really
Do you use a splitter box or universal selector for all those systems, or just plug each in manually when you want to play something? Because that's a lot of systems there from what it looks like.
Rorona was my first Atelier, so I'm going back to try to find things. I liked the Arland trilogy, Totori was best. Iris was very fun though. Mana Khemia is on the list of things to play, just haven't gotten around to finding or getting it yet. Need to find a job first.
I'm moving out with friends soon, which is why I've been hesitant to set up a massive AV system to have everything connected at once, but as soon as I'm settled in I've got everything I need to do it.
Well, where I live MK1 is only about $20 complete used, which really isn't expensive, and while not common I wouldn't exactly call it all that uncommon either. MK2 though saw only a Limited Edition print run or something like that, not even a regular print alongside it, and as such is rare and expensive. I have NEVER seen a copy in stores where I live, whereas I see the first game somewhat infrequently.