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Thread: Consolevania: Harmony of Repair

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    Consolevania: Harmony of Repair

    New consoles are bad, blast processing, e.t.c.

    80's Ninty stuff;



    Clear signs of a Sega infection spreading to the brain;



    Give photoz or talk about yur old consulz in dis thread, yo.
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    Aha, I see a Mk1 Master System - nice. I've basically stopped buying consoles now, but only because I have no room to adequately store things anymore. Unfortunately, things being in hard to access places will probably make it hard for me to take a decent photo, but I have an MD, Mega CD, nes and snes, amongst others.

    I also somehow still have the nes box, which I think shows the two kids inexplicably playing Duck Hunt with a joypad...

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    I got a Gamecube with the GBA adapter still, that's about it.
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    Bonus; World's least photogenic console.



    I have an N64 and Gamecube aswell, but for some reason don't and have never owned a SNES. The current nerd craze isn't exactly making them cheap. >_>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaff View Post
    I've basically stopped buying consoles now, but only because I have no room to adequately store things anymore. Unfortunately, things being in hard to access places will probably make it hard for me to take a decent photo, but I have an MD, Mega CD, nes and snes, amongst others.
    To be honest, it's pretty much the same here. I'm digging stuff out and taking pictures since I'm probably going to have to sell this stuff sooner or later, really. :/

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunz
    I got a Gamecube with the GBA adapter still, that's about it.
    Bro, do you even thrift? e.t.c

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    I've owned two SNES'es (or whatever) since childhood. One is at my sister's now. Also have a NES, N64, GC, PS1 and we used to have a CD-i. I was a real Nintendo fan back in the day, so it's mostly Nintendo stuff.

    Also have one of every handheld generation. Love that big old grey Gameboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regantor View Post
    have never owned a SNES.
    Wait wait wait, what was that? Can you rewind? Now zoom in on that area right there.

    ... good lord

    Quote Originally Posted by Regantor View Post
    have never owned a SNES.
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    YES SIR!


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    Hah, oh man, I've never owned a tape loader...

    One of my mates is a big ZX Spectrum fan, so a few of us recently set up his old Speccy and, after some faffing about, managed to get R-Type going. Sadly, after one game, it crashed, and we have yet to get the machine working again :/

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    Everything I've pictured works just fine. I have a speccy too, but it's dead weight aswell. :/

    Also, it's funny that you mention R-type, since the Commodore 64 version's music is like, what sold it to me in the first place.



    Europe being europe, you can get "nintendo" classics like castlevania and street fighter II on the C64 over here aswell... They are awful ports, but I kinda want to buy them and review 'em just because it would be hilarious. XD
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    where is your sega cd

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