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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamTR View Post
    I've already got that covered for Sega games in the US, including the Daytona Netlink...= P Actually, I need one BOX for Game Gear. I count Game GEar in the pile of Sega stuff.
    Do you collect factory sealed games? Just wondering.

    I don't count Game Gear for myself because it isn't a console. I suppose if anyone is really going to claim to have all U.S. Sega stuff, you'd need Game Gear of course, Pico and probably more stuff some of us don't really want. If there was an adapter that allowed you to play Game Gear games on SMS or Genesis I would start trying to complete the set.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adol View Post

    I think that just with japanese saturn&dreamcast (1800 titles) there is more games than on ALL Sega systems released in US,am i right?
    How many Japanese Saturn games are there not including variants? Satakore says there are 1263 entries but that includes almost all types of variants from what I can see.

    I thought there were about 600 individual titles released in Japan for Saturn. That does seem a little low though.
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    [QUOTE=nebrazca78;1374886]Do you collect factory sealed games? Just wondering.

    I don't count Game Gear for myself because it isn't a console. I suppose if anyone is really going to claim to have all U.S. Sega stuff, you'd need Game Gear of course, Pico and probably more stuff some of us don't really want. If there was an adapter that allowed you to play Game Gear games on SMS or Genesis I would start trying to complete the set.


    I don't collect Factory Sealed games because I am more of a librarian when it comes to collecting the games, so I need to be able to thumb through them.

    There is an adapter to use Master System games on Game Gear, and there is a development tool that lets you use them on TV, or you can mod your Game Gear to play on your TV, and to top that off, Nintendo is putting Game Gear games on the Virtual CONSOLE. I know it's a handheld, but that logic is incorrect. Game Gear, Game Boy, those count to a big extent for a lot of collectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebrazca78 View Post
    How many Japanese Saturn games are there not including variants? Satakore says there are 1263 entries but that includes almost all types of variants from what I can see.

    I thought there were about 600 individual titles released in Japan for Saturn. That does seem a little low though.
    There is approx. 1150 different titles.The 113 other ones are normal/DX variants, or Satakore reprints.

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    Wow that is simply an astonishing feat! You should give tours and charge admission.

    Be sure to update this thread when you beat them all heh

    Do you ever just feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gameage that you've acquired?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adol View Post
    There is approx. 1150 different titles.The 113 other ones are normal/DX variants, or Satakore reprints.
    I guess I have along way to go then, I only have 250 Japanese Saturn titles and maybe 30 Japanese DC games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceHarrier View Post
    Wow that is simply an astonishing feat! You should give tours and charge admission.

    Be sure to update this thread when you beat them all heh

    Do you ever just feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gameage that you've acquired?
    Sometiles,but i really need to take year to play all this!
    I played a lot during 1987/97,but i need to play again

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    I wish Bill gates was a game collector.

    The thread could be like "I have every game ever!"
    And then we could be like "omg how many thrifts did you hit?" and he could be all "I threw money at a hobby and got it all!" And then I would find a game gear in a shoe box with 4 games for 5 bux and derive more pleasure from it than he did from his online purchases.

    Sorry I rambled there. Cool games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sothy View Post
    I wish Bill gates was a game collector.

    The thread could be like "I have every game ever!"
    And then we could be like "omg how many thrifts did you hit?" and he could be all "I threw money at a hobby and got it all!" And then I would find a game gear in a shoe box with 4 games for 5 bux and derive more pleasure from it than he did from his online purchases.

    Sorry I rambled there. Cool games.
    I wish i was bill Gates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adol View Post
    Unfortunately,this soon will be the end of it
    I have to make "new pics" of my PC Engine Hucard/CD/SCD/ACD fullset,with all spine cards since my pics are 3 years old and were missing like 75 spine cards.

    I do have to take pics of my Sega Master System fullset, and Famicom Disk System fullset.
    After that...i don't have anymore fullsets
    Maybe Famicom one day,since i own FDS/SFC/N64/DD64 fullset..?
    Maybe Gamecube (Only 300 games in Japan)
    But i guess that will be it for Fullsets.I'm up to 24-25,i think i've been more far than anyone else, and i'm happy with it.
    I've lurked for quite some time, and registered just for the sake of commenting here because this kind of collecting and Adol have been on my mind.

    Adol, what have you accomplished in life besides amassing large quantities of video games? Seriously. If your house burned down, and all your games went with it, what would you have to show for it? Are you physically fit? Do you excel in any kinds of physical activities? Do you have a significant other? Have you strived for higher education? Do you excel at any kind of mental challenges? Do you have actual creative outlets where YOU have produced works that others have enjoyed? Have you done anything worthwhile of significance for people outside of your family and social group? Showing pictures of rooms full of games on a forum or creating lists of personal possessions does not count.

    If a person dedicated their life to simply completing sets of video games, and sacrificed the development of other areas of their life, pretty much anyone could make it happen. In my opinion, the $2000 a month you live off of is pretty paltry for being 28 and indicates you're either still going to college or stuck in a low level job. All those days spent scouring the internet and stores, all those hours organizing a bunch of crap on shelves, and muddling over an imperfection on the box of a game, thinking, "Oh no! Now I have to find a replacement for this one!" When you look back on your life, are your happiest memories going to be the acquisition of a bunch of games over the course of ten years of it, or will there be lots of memories of friends, loved ones, accomplishments that genuinely challenged you on intellectual and physical levels and things more fulfilling than just hoarding a bunch of crap?

    You are not what you own. Shopping is not creating. People may be impressed by all the stuff you've filled your house with, but that doesn't make you, as a person, special. It just makes what you have special. People would appreciate the collection the same no matter who owned it, and I respect any artist whose work I enjoy a lot more than someone who managed to just buy all of the games for a system.

    Go ahead. Make assumptions about the kind of person I am based on these assumptions I'm making about you. But after reading thread after thread where you seem to believe that owning sets of games makes you a better person and somehow superior to others, I have a lot more to go on than you do.

    I may be completely wrong about the kind of person you are. You might be a complete renaissance man successful in every area of his life. Even if you are, I'll find it really interesting to find out.
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    Great collection you've got there. So, when are you inviting everyone over for a Saturn party?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StaticSky View Post
    I've lurked for quite some time, and registered just for the sake of commenting here because this kind of collecting and Adol have been on my mind.

    Adol, what have you accomplished in life besides amassing large quantities of video games? Seriously. If your house burned down, and all your games went with it, what would you have to show for it? Are you physically fit?Do you excel in any kinds of physical activities?
    Actually, StaticSky, i am.
    I'm an international level athlete, specialized in Long Jump.
    I jumped 7m62, if you really want to know, and was in European Championships of that track&field discipline.
    I can even forward you URL of the article of an international match i made back in 1999 in New york,in the New York Times (it seems quite a known newspaper in your country,am i right?).
    Then,yes,i think i meet your "standards".
    Have you performed such thing yourself, before talking about somebody you don't have a clue about?

    Quote Originally Posted by StaticSky View Post
    If a person dedicated their life to simply completing sets of video games, and sacrificed the development of other areas of their life, pretty much anyone could make it happen. In my opinion, the $2000 a month you live off of is pretty paltry for being 28 and indicates you're either still going to college or stuck in a low level job.
    Actually it is more like 2000 Euros than us$ (which makes $3100),because us$ is very low.
    You're right,i'm still a college student, and i'm trying to be a lawyer, and earn way more than that.
    I'm "stuck" at 28 as a student (even if i graduated high school at 16), because of the track&field carrier. I never won $0.01 in my sport,because there is pratically none to win unless you're in world top 10,but i didn't train harde for money,i did it for my own pleasure.
    Although that was nice to win national titles.
    When you have training sessions 2 times a day, even on Sundays, you haven't time to study & graduate easily,like a normal student would do. And make money to live.


    Quote Originally Posted by StaticSky View Post
    All those days spent scouring the internet and stores, all those hours organizing a bunch of crap on shelves, and muddling over an imperfection on the box of a game, thinking, "Oh no! Now I have to find a replacement for this one!" When you look back on your life, are your happiest memories going to be the acquisition of a bunch of games over the course of ten years of it, or will there be lots of memories of friends, loved ones, accomplishments that genuinely challenged you on intellectual and physical levels and things more fulfilling than just hoarding a bunch of crap?

    I have great memories of PLAYING my games,yes.
    Collecting them as well,but playing them mostly. This is a video game board here,right?
    I have tons of great memories with my friends,families,lovers, sport competitions...but is it the place to talk about this?
    The bunch of crap here, just seems to be your post.

    Quote Originally Posted by StaticSky View Post
    I may be completely wrong about the kind of person you are. You might be a complete renaissance man successful in every area of his life. Even if you are, I'll find it really interesting to find out?
    You're right,you're completely wrong.

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    Adol, don't even reply to Static. It's his first post and he's obviously a troll who will be banned soon if he keeps up his shitty and condescending attitude. Fuck him.

    Anyway, Adol is the greatest, most dedicated game collector ever, imo. He truly is an inspiration for collectors everywhere. If you aren't proud for him of his accomplishments, gtfo of this forum forever, because that's why we are all here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbudrick View Post
    Adol, don't even reply to Static. It's his first post and he's obviously a troll who will be banned soon if he keeps up his shitty and condescending attitude. Fuck him.

    Anyway, Adol is the greatest, most dedicated game collector ever, imo. He truly is an inspiration for collectors everywhere. If you aren't proud for him of his accomplishments, gtfo of this forum forever, because that's why we are all here.

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    Thank you!
    I never thought talking about my private life or sports life in such forum anyway,since it's a collectors forum, nothing else..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StaticSky View Post
    Are you physically fit? Do you excel in any kinds of physical activities? Do you have a significant other? Have you strived for higher education? Do you excel at any kind of mental challenges?


    Of all the people here you could have chosen to ask this of, you chose Adol ... in your face, loser!!!

    Adol is a motivated achiever. In many fields. One of which happens to be his hobby of collecting video games.

    Whereas you are someone who lurks on an internet message board for months without contributing, and when you finally do it's to spout some ill-judged and misplaced nonsense peppered with a few platitudes you obtained from watching Fight Club too many times.

    Well here's another second-hand platitude for you, that you might want to chew on for a while: Judge not lest ye be judged.

    Oh, and welcome to Digital Press. If you think that collecting video games is a waste of time, then what does that say about someone who spends their time reading posts on an internet forum devoted to a topic that they think is a waste of time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebrazca78 View Post
    The question is, where is our PAL counterpart?
    I was at about 70% of the complete European Sega library before calling it quits.

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    Congrats!
    Please tell me you can read and understand Japanese....
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    I can read and understand japanese.

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    Up!

    I changed the pictures of my Saturn album,because i managed to find around 100 spine cards those last months.

    Still need around 10 spine cards,and i'll get the whols japanese fullset including spine cards!

    I added too a sub-album for factory sealed games,putting about 60 of my best factory sealed titles (i have more than 200)



    Enjoy!



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    Ahh, what a collection! If I'm ever going to jail it's because I stole your collection!

    Nah, for real, though. It takes alot of dedication and effort to get a collection like you do, I doubt many people in the world can show pictures of video games collections like that. Thanks for sharing, it's really interesting to see all the games you have, and it's very motivating for every collector out there who haven't reached the same level as you have yet. I specially like the fact that you care so much about the spine cards. "I only need 10 more spine cards now". I love it! You're like the Zinedine Zidane of game collections. And by the way, go Girondins Bordeaux!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nico87 View Post
    Ahh, what a collection! If I'm ever going to jail it's because I stole your collection!

    Nah, for real, though. It takes alot of dedication and effort to get a collection like you do, I doubt many people in the world can show pictures of video games collections like that. Thanks for sharing, it's really interesting to see all the games you have, and it's very motivating for every collector out there who haven't reached the same level as you have yet. I specially like the fact that you care so much about the spine cards. "I only need 10 more spine cards now". I love it! You're like the Zinedine Zidane of game collections. And by the way, go Girondins Bordeaux!
    I hope Bordeaux will beat Marseille as well
    Well,i tried to get all spinecards too because it's quite a challenge..
    But i have many other challenges as well

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    Hi

    awesome, but do you or anyone else know how many copies were made of those "Genteiban" Limited Editions like Advanced V.G., Angelique Special, Langrisser IV, etc...?

    The fundemental idea of a Limited Edition is to be limited to "x" copies worldwide, but i didnīt find anything about the number of units for all those games...

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    Awesome collection! I bow to your Saturn greatness! I hope to achieve this feet someday, but I still have a long way to go with my Japanese Saturn collection. Congrats on completing it!

    Can I ask what your main source was for getting your games was? IE - ebay or some other?
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    Mostly Yahoo Japan Auction.

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