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    -Lia B (single/fem/34 in Nov.)
    -live in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    -dont remember how I found the forums(must be old age)
    -favorite games: Ladybug(colecovision), Turmoil(atari 2600), Elevator Action(NES), Shining Force II(sega genesis), and Dr. Mario(N64).
    -buy anything for any system when I find it cheap
    -work full time(32 hours) as a stocker at a discount store and I went back to college...eventually want to get a degree in computer science.

    -also like to collect Monopoly games and anything to do with the game. currently have around 20 -30 different Monopoly game sets, 2 comforters, bed sheet, pillow case, 2 pc monopoly games & a mug.



    -Lia :Fade-color lympic:

    N.E.S - 700+
    Genesis - 300+
    PS1 - 500+
    Dreamcast - 100+
    Atari 2600 - 100
    3DO - 100
    Sega CD - 100
    SNES - 100
    others - 1000

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    My name's Chris, I'm 22 and live in hot and humid Virginia Beach, VA. I found DP one day when looking for some kind of master list of every system/game out there. I own over 750 unique pieces of Video Gaming equipment. Current collecting goal is to have 1 of every system in the box with a few of its most popular games.

    Recent addtions are a RCA Studio II, TI 99/4A.

    Main focus right now is on Atari and NES.

    I was born into the Nintendo Generation and have been a poster child for it ever since.

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    :twisted: :wink: If you don't know who I am by now, you suck!

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    Hey there all, My name is Cheese Hasselberger I am a 30 year old cartoonist outta the New York Metro Area, Jersey City to be exact. I've been a player as long as I can remember, as a matter of fact one of my first memories from my childhood is playing in the arcade.

    Last year I published a comic book with a bunch of friends called "House of Twelve" ( http://www.houseoftwelve.com ) and I also host the New York City BBM Comic Jam (more info here: http://www.houseoftwelve.com/jam ). I also pay the rent by being the Assoc. Art Director for a major metropolitan newspaper.

    I have no idea how many games I have, but the systems are:

    Atari 2600
    Odyessy 2
    Coleco Telstar Pong
    Vectrex
    Intellivision (hence the avatar)
    NES
    N64
    Sega Genisis w/cd w/ 32X
    Sega Saturn
    Playstation 1
    Playstation 2
    Xbox
    gameboy color
    and I keep thinking I'm missing something

    But there ya go.

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    My name is Julie. I'm 30 yrs old and live in Ky. I'm currently a student and will (hopefully) be a clinical lab tech when I graduate. I was a long time lurker at the old board, and that probably won't change much here I've been playing games constantly since the days of the 2600, and I've been collecting for about 5 years now. I collect for anything I can find cheap. I have roughly 30 different systems now and a couple thousand games (maybe more, I'm too disorganized to count them). I'm in serious need of more space :lol: I have a special fondness for the 5200 and any sega system. My main collecting goal right now is to collect all the U.S released DC games while they are still fairly cheap and easy to find.

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    Being as that I never did this in the first place, now would be a good time.

    My name is Dave, I'm from the P. Lakes, NJ (home of DP). I collect NES mainly, and need, as of today, 4 to finish my US NES collection. I like games, girls, and living the high life, Hoooo ahh.

    I'm 22, and currently sort of employed by Kraft/Nabisco, yay.

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    Hey all, your buddy Jag here.. My name is Chris and I am from the desert here in Arizona, where I live just outside Phoenix. You can call me Chris or Jag or JD or anything else that is somewhat more creative...
    I have been playing games now well over 20 years, my first system was an Odyssey2. I also had several pong systems, a ColecoVision Adam computer, an 8 bit NES, a Genesis, and a SNES. Believe it or not, my dad kept all the systems and games, which my little brother is now using.
    I have owned all the above and: a Dreamcast, PS1, Atari 26-52-7800, Atari 400 & 800, Intv, Colecovision, Fairchild Channel F, and my current Xbox. I dabble a bit with all systems, but consider the Odyssey2, Intellivision, and Xbox my systems of choice, with the Xbox being my only modern system.
    I am married, happily, since 1994, to a woman who doesnt fully understand my gaming obsession(as she calls it), but who supports about all that I do.
    I work on old electronics, cars, and gaming systems in my limited amount of free time. I raise sport horses (thoroughbred/warmblood crosses) and truly believe in natural horsemanship over hardhanding, it is the only way to have a real "relationship" with your horse.
    Anyways thats it, who's next..
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    Hello my name is Todd and I'm an alco... err I mean game collector from Disneyland. Thats where I work and I am there quite often. Its not as great as you think.

    I started collecting in 98 when My friend at work Jon Sieker told me about the hobby. He was the one that also introduced me to the DP guide. Since then just about every penny I have that didn't have to go to bills went to games. Same with every dollar in credit to my name (bad todd!).

    I collect for just about every system but handhelds. I also collect a lot of complete DOS games. Currently though I am focused on getting the big box PSX games and other early rare psx games.

    I also love Japanese women and Japanese cars.

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    Well, I suppose it is time I did this again. Here is some information about ME! I recently moved back to Kansas at the request of my roommate. (We are still roommates) I am back in the town and area I grew up. It is nice and pretty good for video game hunting.
    I found this forum from the "old" forum. There was a link (Ha Ha) I actually found a link off of Atariage.com. I remember when I was growing up we had an Intellivision and a C64. I remember playing Pitfall! And generally enjoying both systems. When the Nes was new, I remember going to Children's Palace and buying the system, Ghost 'N Goblins and Castlevania. My brother and mother were with although my brother seemed uninterested. And for the record, my mother bought the system. I was also the first person in my neighborhood to have a SNES. I remember the kid across the street came over one day to look at it. I felt like a King.
    Time went on and the Intellivision and C64 were gone. I had no control over it, yet I feel guilt for not putting up more of a fight to keep them. They were both giving away. I would like to think they have good homes now, but honestly I have no idea. I had the Nes, Snes and Genesis, so I managed to be happy.
    I did not go to too many arcades and I feel remorse for it. I followed my older brother around and he was never inclined to go. I do recall Crystal Castles and Galaga. Galaga is one of my more favourite games. I still trudge down to the "arcade" to play it.
    A few years ago, I felt the urge to play my Nintendo. It was something I had not done in a while. I found it not to be in working order. I searched the web and did a home repair. It works now, at least somewhat. However, looking around the web made me wonder why I had a brief absence from gaming. I elected to "get back" into gaming. I finally have an Atari 2600. I never had one growing up. The kids down the street did and so did my friend Patrick. Why didn't I ever have one? I don't really know.
    As far as making a living, I don't I am a student. I am not sure when I will graduate or what I will major in. I am looking into a finding a job and going to school. Somebody needs to support this habit!

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    My name is Daniel, 27, from Texas. I found the forums thanks to another member's post in another forum. I started playing games with an Atari 800 computer. The first actual console I owned was an NES. Most of my attention is focused on the Turbografx-16, Dreamcast, and Neo Geo Pocket Color. I'm also still fond of Atari though my 800 has long since given up the ghost. I enjoy reading about and remembering the many home computers from the 80s before "home computer" meant a PC.

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    My name is Gary and I'm from the berbs outside St. Louis, Mo....I a video game completist....I will own every game for every system someday...anyway I have about 600-700 different games right now....not to bad for just starting this trek in march if I do say so myself.

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    Hello All,

    I am Ben Langberg, a graphic designer in Atlanta, GA. I am 28 and live with my Girlfriend and our two cats.

    My first system was an Atari 2600, followed by a VIC-20, C64, and Amiga 500. I started collecting Atari in college and diccovered the 2600 Connection newsletter. I typed in a bunch of Atari manuals for Greg Chance's Videogame museum, many of which are now at AtariAge.

    I collect 2600 mainly, then I get games that are fun to play for most of the NES and above systems. I'd love to have a complete NTSC Atari collection one day, but it seems that too many of us have the same goal... :wink: My Amiga 2000 still works, and after the Atari 2600 it's probably my second favorite "game machine".

    So in summary, I collect for 2600, C64, NES, Amiga, Gameboy/Color, Genesis/CD/32x, Lynx, Turbo Grafx/Duo, SNES, 3DO, Jaguar/CD, Saturn, PSX, N64, and Dreamcast.

    I run my le geek website, which hopefully someday will be a good review archive for classic games. Some of my favorites include (in no particular order): Space Taxi, Times of Lore, Blue Max, Tempest 2000, Legend of Zelda, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Metroid, Final Fantasy 2, Lemmings, Out of this World, Prince of Persia, Rocket Ranger, WizKid, Seaquest, Pitfall, Enduro, Gravattack, Pinball Dreams, Lotus Turbo Challenge, Airball, Fool's Errand, Mr. Do, Gyruss, Rampart, & Time Pilot.

    Well that's probably enough from me! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpress
    Tell us any or all of the following:
    - Who you are
    - Where you live
    - How you found the forums
    - What your favorite games are
    - What systems you collect for
    - What you do in "real life"
    - Any other interesting facts, like how you began collecting, etc.
    Hiya all!

    I'm Kidnemo, from the ole' midwest of the US. I'm a 24yr Multimedia Designer/web designer/programmer.

    I found the forums from a link that was posted on another forum (www.the-nextlevel.com).

    Favorite genres:

    rpgs
    shooters
    fighting games
    any thing thats quirky, or all sexy n' 2D

    Lately I've been playing a ton of Warcraft III for pee-see, Tactics Ogre on GBA, Fire Pro Wrestling on GBA, Sky Gunner on Ps2, and dabbled a bit with the Arc the Lad Collection on psone.

    I'm more of a gamer first, and a collector second, but I have a pretty huge selection of games. I'm not really the type that will pay a ton on ebay to "complete my collection", but if it's a game that I want to actually play, I'll shell out the big bucks.

    I'm currently putting togther a game zine/online videogame publication site, so you may see me talking about that from time to time.

    *phew, got a little longer than I expected! *

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    Dan, graphic designer from Oakville, Ontario. Relatively new collector but seriously hooked. Been all over this board for several months. Formerly Congo Bongo 69. Current favourites include Saturn, 2600 and Genesis.

    BTW, here is the story behind my Avatar: I got interested last year in possibly developing a GBA game and "Mullet Man" was one of the characters I had developed for it. If anyone is doing some GBA dev and could use help with artwork, let me know. I'd still love to get involved in that.

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    I have been playing video games since birth..well almost since birth. Currently I have about 15 different systems and trade , buy and sell. I also run a small website where I repair Nintendo Systems

    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/dsullo/nes.htm

    Glad to be a part of this terrifc group!!!

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    Hi, I'm Roger, AKA: Rogmeister...I'm one of those guys who's basically been into gaming since Pong though I did have a gap of about 5 years or so where I didn't play any games so I went from Atari 7800 to the Super Nintendo completely bypassing the whole NES period...of course, I would later get those retroactively.

    I live in West Virginia...have my entire life...and I work in a steel mill. I found out about the Digital Press publication probably through a plug in one of the slick gaming mags back when they used to plug those kinds of independent efforts. That eventually led me to the DP website and I found out about this board there.

    As far as games go, I like mostly platform and action/adventure games going from the original Pitfall games to today's Spider-Man games. I don't care too much for most sports games except baseball...I've probably owned 50 different baseball games at different times.

    I don't collect as much as I used to...I did have a recent spurt of Dreamcast game purchasing but I see myself buying mainly for my GameCube now and only getting games for the older systems as I come across them which isn't too often these days. My systems include Atari 2600, 5200, Lynx & Jaguar (I no longer have my 7800), Sega Dreamcast, Saturn & Genesis, Playstation (just the first), TurboGrafx-16 (if you count having one game for a system HAVING a system), ColecoVision and most of the Nintendo systems except for Virtual Boy and Game Boy Advance.

    My other hobbies include movies, photography, reading and being controlled by my two cats.

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    Hi, my name is Nathan and I am a video game collector.

    Well maybe not, more like a video game player with a penchant for playing obscure titles. This naturally leads to amassing a rather large collection of older titles that I have just to say "yeah I've played that." I'm 24 and I live in Seattle, currently switching between working for a Large redmond based video game company's call center, and being a student at the University of Washington.

    I have a tendency to buy games as I see them, so my collection is very varied, to say the least. I found DP when I was looking for a way to determine whether or not I was paying too much for a game, and have been here ever since.

    I also had the pleasure of Meeting DP himself at E32k2, and look forward to meeting the rest of you at CGE2k2.

    That is all for now.

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    I'll try to make this as painful as possible.

    I like classic games, and grew up on mainly the NES, and Arcade, but I also experienced early years of Atari 2600, Intellivision, Colecovision, etc...

    I play classic games occasionally, but have more collected than played, I am more into the Xbox at the moment, and can't wait to play with some of you guys on Xbox Live "heh."

    Other than playing games, I work, and take care of my 7 year old son, and enjoy the beuatiful beaches on the Gulf O' Mexico "not really", but I occasionally go out there at night, and get drunk =)

    Well, there are more mysteries to myself, but I will only reveal those when i'm really intoxicated, until then, get lost!

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    My name's Benjamin Turner, and I am a gamer. I was born in PA and grew up in Collegeville (near Philly), but dropped out of college there to take my current job in Irvine, CA. I guess I'm now a Californian, though I don't feel like one. I don't own any sunglasses, for one.

    As gaming goes, I'm pretty damn hardcore about neo-classic stuff, and enjoy post-crash systems the most. That's not to say I don't appreciate Atari and whatnot, but I was raised on the NES, and still have a lot of gaps to fill in my more modern system libraries before I can shift focus to the original classics.

    I'm a bit of a collector but for the most part only acquire games I'd like to play. I'm fastidious about game condition, and won't buy anything that's less than near-mint. I have somewhere over 500 console and PC games, though that number was higher a while back before I picked out the non-mints to sell off and re-acquire. That's nothing compared to some of your amazing collections, but I'm happy with it... particularly the quantity to quality ratio. :)

    Traditional platformers, fighters and shooters are my primary interests, with the latter skewed toward horizontal games like Thunderforce III. Most of today's manic vertical shooters aren't as fun to me. Fave games include Thunderforce III, Axelay, Doom 1/2 (PC), System Shock, Bionic Commando (NES), Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting (AC), Castlevania: SotN, Super Metroid, Metroid, Kid Icarus, The Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy IV, Gunstar Heroes and Contra III.

    As you might infer from that list, I don't like the direction games have taken since the late 16-bit days. Many 3D games just don't do it for me like the classic 2D games did, so I'm pretty jaded and cynical about modern gaming. Devil May Cry? Not fun. Final Fantasy VII? Mediocre. Resident Evil? Badly-controlling crap. That's not to say I'm a complete gaming curmudgeon, but in general I no longer get excited about most new game releases. It's too bad. I miss the old fun. Thankfully, there are still a ton of older games that I've yet to acquire and play, and I still have fun with some modern releases... just not as many as I'd like. I *am* looking forward to Mario Sunshine, however.

    During the day I work at GameSpy Industries, as the PS2 editor for GameSpy.com. We're going places -- keep an eye on us. :)

    Anyway, I think I've bored you all enough. I'll just end by saying that I'm glad to be a part of this nice community. Between this and TNL, my gaming message board needs are more than covered.

    BenT

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    Greetings, programs. I'm Earl Green, languishing in the economic backwater that is western Arkansas. I first dropped by here out of curiosity about eight or nine months ago, having already visited the DP site semi-frequently, and now this is just about the only part of the site I visit - go figure!

    For me, pinning down one specific favorite game is like trying to nail smoke to the wall. In the arcades, I have to give the top honors to two incredibly obscure titles: the forgotten SNK/Rock-Ola classic Fantasy and the best (but also likely most obscure) of the Mr. Do! games, Do! Run Run. At home, my all-time favorite still remains the mighty Odyssey 2, for which I have a darn near complete collection (and I don't mind tell you I'm proud of that). I also collect for the Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, Intellivision, ColecoVision and Apple II. I'm also getting a good head start on an NES collection as well. I have a Playstation, but got it primarily to play good ports of the classic arcade games (i.e. Namco Museum, etc.) and the updated remakes of them. Same goes for the Game Boy Color that goes with me everywhere. So I'm an old fogey.

    In real life, I'm a TeeVee news promo writer in an exceedingly small market, working for an ABC station. The hours are frequently long (and they get even longer due to circumstances I can't control and with little notice), and there's a lot of downtime followed by huge rushes of activity - very much the "hurry up and wait" thing that a lot of people mention in regard to TV. I also maintain and write most of the material for theLogBook.com, my own little web site (well, okay, not so little), which covers everything from science fiction to video games to soundtracks to vintage sci-fi-related toys - everything a growing geek like me needs. I also do some outside web work (including at the TV station, for whose site I do non-national updates), run a small video business whose main purpose is to convert PAL videotapes to NTSC and vice versa, and I also do a fair chunk of writing for All Game Guide and This Is Not News. I've also written for Classic Gamer Magazine, where my challenge to an early issue's assertion that "the Odyssey 2 is there to give the Atari and Intellivision fans something to laugh at" led to me becoming the on-staff Odyssey Evangelist.

    I'm married to a woman who spends a huge amount of money raising horses, and we have three cuddly kitties between us, two of which live in my own room of doom, guarding my collection while I'm gone at work.

    Whew. I think that about covers it.

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    Hello,

    My name is Kevin Shields and I have been playing video games since 1988 but I just started collecting this year. I love all video games from classic to modern. I am in the Air Force and I am stationed at Andrews AFB. I am a vehicle dispatcher and I have been in the Air Force for five and a half years. I am married to a wife that is cool with video games but she doesn't play them. I found this website when I was looking for classic games on the yahoo search engine. This website gets view by me about 3-5 times a day and it probably won't stop.

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    He's back. Name is Dave, runs track and plays mainly NES games, as well as other consoles. Been playing since I was introduced at age 3 at my cousins house.

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    Hello
    I'm Dave, from Michigan.
    I love collecting games for the Nes. My favorite game is Blaster Master.
    This forum has some very cool, and helpfull people


    http://www.bmshrine.com/

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    Hi
    My Name is Barry
    I live in eastern Ontario
    I have been collecting for about 4 years now but lhave been an avid gamer since I got my first Atari when I was 8
    I collect for every system esp. imports and have amast over 45 systems and 1800 games.
    My favorite games are tempest, crazy climber, kaboom and any first person shooter.
    I found out about this place in 1999 at the classic gaming expo, but have been regularly visiting for about a year.
    In my real life I am married with 2 boys and work nights in as a manager in a grocery store.

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    Hi Im Revolt...and im a member of the liars guild....in fact im....the president of that organization...right...right

    Im a fighting game master. Give me tekken..give me streetfighter, and im ok for the moment.

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