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Share games you're glad to still have.

Judge Spear

Well-Known Member
Physical games.

Doesn't have to be rare or even your favorites. And I'm not asking for your entire collections. Just a few selects that for some reason you're particularly happy you have on you.


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TrishaCat

The Cat in the FAF
I still think the fact that I found Ape Escape 1 at a Walmart in like 2011 brand new is wild. Fragile Dreams was a really neat experience at Gamestop where a worker said he was visiting another gamestop and could pick the game up for me for the next day. Really somber game too. I think its neat thinking of the memories of how I got some of these, like Parasite Eve was at a used game shop in my college town, and Pokemon Snap at a furry convention. Pandora's Tower was my first Wii game. Fantastic game too. Basically Zelda without the overworld and more dungeons. Solatorobo is the most expensive DS game and I got it when it was cheap around my birthday.
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Casey Fluffbat

E. Fuscus from the discount section
MechWarrior 3 and 4 with all expansions, Battlezone II (one of my all time favorites), Homeworld, and of course Halo: Mom's PC edition
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Judge Spear

Well-Known Member
MechWarrior 3 and 4 with all expansions, Battlezone II (one of my all time favorites), Homeworld, and of course Halo: Mom's PC edition
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I don't have any of these, but this was very nostalgic to see. My father used to play MechWarrior and G-Nome in the 90's. I used to watch him and appreciated the very apparent depth to the games.
 

Imperial Impact

The Imperial Juicer
Childhood.
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TrishaCat

The Cat in the FAF
Childhood.
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Do you still have your original NES, or do you use one of those all in one systems that they make these days? Nice collection btw. I've got Mega Man 2 and Castlevania lying around, but sadly no system to play them.
 

Imperial Impact

The Imperial Juicer
Do you still have your original NES, or do you use one of those all in one systems that they make these days? Nice collection btw. I've got Mega Man 2 and Castlevania lying around, but sadly no system to play them.
Thanks, I do own a NES and a CRT TV. But for some reason, All my games look good, but Mario 1. For example,
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The leaves in Plantman's stage look really nice.
 
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Punji

Daedric Prince of Secrets
The Sly Cooper franchise!

And about 50 other PS2 games from my childhood.
 

Imperial Impact

The Imperial Juicer

Punji

Daedric Prince of Secrets
Post them?
The majority of them are in a box in a crawl space so it'd be a real pain in the ass to do so.

I typically just get one or two out as I want and put them back.

Games like Mercenaries and Fur Fighters were my jam though, couple of great, awesome games.
 

Erix

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Just decided to include my whole collection because I don’t have many

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Used to have a lot more but periodically I think my mom would throw away me and my sibling’s games away/some got lost so rip.

Think I still have a lil neat collection tho! Love all these games =p
 

Outré

(o͞o-trā′)
Super Mario 3, Super Mario world, link to the past, occerana of time, Donky Kong Countey 2, and Yatzy!
 

TrishaCat

The Cat in the FAF
Just decided to include my whole collection because I don’t have many

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Used to have a lot more but periodically I think my mom would throw away me and my sibling’s games away/some got lost so rip.

Think I still have a lil neat collection tho! Love all these games =p
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Omg it's so cool you have that! Really rad box design too. I love Gust games and really gotta play these older titles from them sometime
 

Miles Marsalis

The Last DJ.
Omikron: The Nomad Soul, along with a few Xbox 360 games my girlfriend let keep when I moved in like the Mass Effect games, Final Fantasy XIII, Borderlands, and Splinter Cell: Conviction. I like Omikron, though, because the game was so ahead of its times in its open world format and the virtual concerts David Bowie lent his voice to in the game.
 

Reavos

"always up to .... shenanigans"
Super Mario 3, Super Mario world, link to the past, occerana of time, Donky Kong Countey 2, and Yatzy!
You have almost listed all my favourite games, Super Mario World / StarFox are my favourite as I completed both finding all the levels and these are the first games I bought with my pocket money :D
 

Judge Spear

Well-Known Member
I'm happy I still have these 4 completed. One of which hasn't been ported to other platforms still, but the rest have at some point to my surprise. But it's nice to own them complete because there was a point where they were very difficult to get if you weren't quick. Eschatos was a random impulse buy at an anime convention in 2011 and it's one I don't regret. Masterful game.

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Now this is a bit different. I don't particularly care about Wii Sports, but I'm glad I have my copy from childhood. This is the relatively rare v1.00 build of the game that was only released in North America. And I have it in good shape with the original sleeve and instruction manual. V1.00 was only released for the first 9 months of the Wii's life span and again, only in North America. After August 2007, every Wii unit would ship with v1.01.

Of the 90 million copies in circulation, about 880,000 are v1.00. It's not particularly valuable *yet*, but it's nice to know I have something complete with potential worth.
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