Last edited by Tanooki; 11-04-2016 at 11:17 AM.
That looks amazing. Love the boxes. I really think the boxes add so much to a collection. The visual is outstanding.
I was a few carts short of a NES and SNES collection a few years back. I use to love the look of all the games line up. People who saw the gameroom could not believe it. Unfortunately, it was all lost in the Colorado fires two summers ago. soooooooo sad.
Yet another youtube channel:
Holy crap that's tragic, not just the games but the whole house going up really. Hell of a loss from many stand points.
Secondly, I'm so sorry to hear about your losses due to the Colorado fires. As long as you and your family are safe, though, that's all that ultimately matters in the end.
Congratulations on a really fantastic collection!
Having complete games is (IMHO) what really makes for a polished looking collection.
I unfortunately have many games that are disc or cartridge only, and they invariably feel like outliers in the collection... even if the title is one of the more rare ones.
Pretty soon with all the consoles going digital, even having a "disc" of any type will be a rarity.
The longest journey starts with the first step...
I've finally put my games in ABC order! Here's what it looks like:
Also, I have been featured on Retronick.com in an interview regarding my SNES collection. Check it out here:
That is wonderful, and a slick presentation. Super Nintendo rules.
But it's like my own sanctuary of 1994, lol. It reminds me of the good times I had as a kid, when my dad used to take me to the rental stores on the weekend. It's a slice of history in my own backyard. I feel really fortunate beause I know how insane prices today are. I never would gotten to this point if I didn't start when I did (2006). So when I see people complaining about online prices, I just glance at my collection and remember to thank my lucky stars.