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How many games in your collection?

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  1. Athronox

    Athronox WiiChat Member

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    (Makes thread in a desperate attempt to see if he's the only one who 41 Gamecube games)


    .....SO!

    How many games do you own in all? Each system combined.

    I have....

    41 on Gamecube
    3 on Xbox
    2 on PS2

    Anddd....

    Yep. That'd be all. Yes, I know it's incredibly sad that I own 41 games on Gamecube alone, but since I can buy 15 games for the price of 1 new PS3 games, it's not as bad as it sounds.

    Yet another reason I love my cube: Cheap :D
     
  2. Shadow*91

    Shadow*91 Not Here

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    4 GC games
    3 Wii games (can't be played cause my Wii won't read discs)
    7 VC/Wiiware games
    8 PS3 games
    2 PSN games
    2 DS games
    1 GBA game


    if my Wii worked properly then that Wii # would be ↑ by about 10
     
  3. DBloke

    DBloke RIP and tea you say?
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    Do I have to list as well?
    Even after getting rid of a lot I still have a few.
     
  4. Athronox

    Athronox WiiChat Member

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    Sold em, eh?

    I have a rather strange method for getting rid of my games...

    In my closet, I have a brown box with the words, "Box of Shame" written with sharpie on it.

    Basically, I take all the games I ever regret buying, or ones that I felt like I spent too much of my hard earned money on to justify, and put them inside the box. They either sit there, rarely get traded in, or I play them on a rainy day when I get bored.

    As they always say- out of sight, out of mind. I may have actually spent the money, but with them not around to see, it feels like I didn't, and sometimes I end up liking one or two of them in the end, and enjoying them afterall.

    Ahhhh, to be an insane individual. :)
     
  5. DBloke

    DBloke RIP and tea you say?
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    Yep
    I had about five Avon boxes full
    Retro game shows are good for sellers and buyers and damn good fun
    Try going on the RetroGamer forums "photos of your collection" thread
    I know there are a few people with almost complete GameCube collections
    As for the ones I got rid of
    They where ones I had no attachment to. Im not one to complain if I buy something for a fiver and sell it for Twenty
     
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  6. Athronox

    Athronox WiiChat Member

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    Now 41 games feels underwhelming, compared to that...
     
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    Wii: 7
    GC: 15
    N64: 17
    NDS: 4
    GBA: 2
    GB(C): 3

    I didn't count things like Gameboy Player for the Gamecube. My "collection" doesn't seem impressive at all anymore. :(
     
  8. Squall7

    Squall7 A li'l bit different

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    I did a count earlier in the year. It's 158 games in total on PS2, Gamecube, Wii and 360. Still have my N64 and SNES. Also that's not including handhelds.
     

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