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    My name is Matt Roberts and I live in Southern California. I'm 18 years old and a sophmore in college. Everyone has that one system that they remember playing when they realized they loved games, mine was NES. I got my NES from my dad for Christmas when I was about 6 or so who had traded my mom a bicycle to obtain it. (divorced parents) My mom had originally won the system from a picnic that her work had that year. Mario/Duck Hunt was the pack in and Zelda was the other game I owned at the time. I still remember the load up of mario/duck hunt like it was yesterday. Zelda was my cream of the crop, my kung fu chicken, my burger and fries with cheese on top. I played that thing till my fingers bleed, well, maybe not bleed, but they were numb. I still remember yelling at my cousin for erasing my saved game on zelda, that little 4 year old bastard. But inside, I was thrilled to start the whole journey over again. I went through the "sell your games" phase as many did, and only really played the new stuff until around the first of this year.(2002) I was at a friends boyfriends house with my girlfriend picking the other 2 up to go watch a movie when I looked at 2 shoe boxes full of NES games he had on the floor, and I was taken back. I had only about 15 or so NES games total in my life at that point, and he had here about 45, and I was in heaven. I was so stoked as I thumbed throught the titles that I only dreamed of having as a child, and then it was done. I set a goal that day to find a nes system, and collect 100 games by the end of the year! I was on a mission! When I completed that 100 game goal in the first month, besides having an empty bank account, I had only a desire for more NES! The months went by, and so did the cash, and I have never had so much fun in my life. In the first month I decided that my goal had to be raised, cause 100 had come and gone. I found 2 lists of every nes game ever made, and combined them so that all the known variations were accounted for and was on my way. With an 18 year old's income, I have been able to acquire to this minute 603 unique NES games out of the 849 I have in my list. I have 300 unique boxes and 350 unique manuals. In all I have exactly 874 nes games, with 35 in the mail to me as we speak, and a database to tell me all this information at the click of a button. I sell motorcycles on ebay for my uncle and NES games on ebay for myself as my entire income. I used to be a pizza delivery guy, and recommend it to anyone who hates there job, cause it is the greatest. My goal now is to acquire 839 out of the 849 on my list by december 31, 2002, leaving the last 10 open for stadium events, the panesians, 6 in 1's, and the few I just don't come by. I plan to start a website eventually to sell these doubles I have here, and need to also get into trading more. Besided NES I have 11 other systems with 5 or so games for each. Not sure yet as to if I will get sucked into completing another systems library of games, but at this point, my focus is the NES! I hope someone somewhere reads this so it will be worth having typed it. ~Matt

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    Hi !
    My name is Simon. I`m a 21 years old guy from Germany. My first game ever was Pong, which my father bought for my older sister. In 1986 I got a C64 and it really changed my life forever. Later I got a Gameboy, Master System, SNES ... and today I own almost every console + homecomputer ever made. Even today I enjoy a good round of Mars Saga, one of the best games ever made (IMO). My favourite genre are RPG`s, perhaps that`s the reason I don`t collect anything pre C64/NES, there just weren`t any real RPG`s on the 2600 or Collecovision
    I chose my nick because of BoF4, as it was one of the few newer RPG`s that I *really* enjoyed. Right now I`m working to get my "Abitur" (don`t know what it`s called in English) done, so I can go studying and become "Master of Science" (heh, what a cheesy title ). Right now I have about 450 games in total and I`m buying as much games as I can afford.

    I hope we`ll have many good conversations on this board

    - Simon

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    My name is Brian McCarthy, and I'm from pittsburgh, pa. I'm 33 and am a proud father of 1. Anyway, I've been playing games since my atari 2600, and computer games since my apple IIe. I'm currently collecting dreamcast, nintendo 64, game gear, and intellivision games. I also love dungeons and dragons(but my group just disbanded) and a game called Frag, so if anyone in the pittsburgh area reads this and wants to play, drop me a line.
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    Okay...

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    Age: 30
    Gaming History:
    1977- Atari 2600
    1984- Atari 7800
    1985 - Commodore 64
    1989 - Commodore Amiga
    2002 - Sony Playstation 2
    And of course, emulation.

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    Hello Minna Sama...
    Im new here.
    Big Retrogames fan, I own 2 NES frontloaders, both versions of the Mastersystem... and say all the best games were made before 94
    Because... because..... I'm GITARU MAN!!

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    Sup guys, Big T here in Indiana. It is good to see a good collectors forum. I just happened to stumble upon this site looking for porn. Ok, not really.

    I am a NES head. I have been picking up games off and on forever it seems. My wife hates my collection which is only a couple hundred strong but I make her deal with it. I should move it into her shoe closet.

    Anyway, I work at the local Babbages and get to deal with the locals telling me I don't know what I am talking about, SOB's. Well thats about it.
    On the 3 1/2% tip, the second letter of the alphabet is B, think about it.

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    Hihou..

    Name: Jukka Kivinen
    Location: Europe / Finland
    Collecting: MSX(, VideoPack, DC and many other plarforms) old pong's
    Age: 23
    Occupation: Computer something (like helpdesk but better job ).. have no idea what it is in english :shock:

    Trying to build Finnish language retro site. my collection -> http://www.projektori.org/~kivinen/retro/kivinen.html
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    This is what, the fourth time I've done this now. Stupid ezboard...

    I live in Brampton (home) and Mississauga (work) in Ontario.

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    I'm the artist formerly known as jggruetz.

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    "Nature Boy" comes from my first days on the net: I stole the name from a Primus song.

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    My turn ons include women in tight pants and shiny things. My turn offs include fat men in tight pants and Bea Arthur.
    Time will be when the broadest river dries
    And the great cities wane and last descend
    Into the dust, for all things have an end

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    Default Lurking since 2000

    I've been lurking on this Digital Press message board since summer of 2000 with no problem. But after the change-over, This board asks me to 'login' every time I try to view any posts (much to my chagrin). So I've finally been forced into registering and this will be my inaugural post:

    I live in Calgary, Alberta and I'm 25. I started gaming on Christmas Day 1987 when I got a NES for christmas. I subsequently matured to SNES. Then around high school graduation I kind of stopped gaming and entered 'the dark ages' of my video game history. I don't think I played a single videogame from 1994 till 1999. Somehow, I thought I had to leave it all behind and 'grow up'. But when I started University in Calgary in '99, my roommate had brought his NES and all of his games. My gaming tendencies came back with a vengeance and now I'm a huge gamer and a bigger NES collector. Luckily, I had all my childhood NES stuff still buried in the attic when I went back to find it after the 'awakening'. That's my story, and I'm sure there are a lot more lost gamers out there just waiting to be awakened by us: the faithful gamers.
    "And remember ladies: if it ain't tight, it ain't right!"

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    I am Geoff G**** of Minnesota.

    I found this site mentioned in the collectors closet section of Tips and Tricks magazine.

    I personally like the early zelda games, and Toejam & Earl games. oh and GTA3

    I own about 10 systems.
    They are:Commodore 64, Atari 2600 (Wood Grain 6 switch), NES(2), SNES, N64, Sega Genesis, Sega Dreamcast, PSX, PS2, & all versions of game boy.

    I mainly collect for SNES, Genesis, and NES.

    I am a student in 8th grade.

    I began playing video games for as long as I can remember. From when my dad would hook up the Atari 2600 every now and then, to playing duck hunt and Super Mario Bros. on my babysitters NES and Genesis. My stepbrother later got an SNES which he bought 5 or 6 games for and later passed it on to me, which i have collected over 70 games and going.
    Somebody once told me to get a life.

    I told them I sold it for money to buy video games.

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    Hey everyone!!!

    My name is David, and I live in Louisiana, 'bout 45 mins from New Orleans. I am only 15 years old, but I am a collector of all things NES.

    I remember playing SMB, and even after getting my SNES I would ask my dad to hook the old Nintendo back up...well my dad got tired of messing with the darn blinking box, and threw it away along with all my games!

    Now I've purchased another NES and have about 120 games. My fav games have to be Contra and Battletoads 8) !

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    Hi, my name is Justin. I'm 19, live in the Cleveland area of Ohio, currently attending the local community college while trying to decide where to further my education.

    First system I owned was an NES which I received for either my sixth or seventh birthday (or maybe it was later, can't remember). I now own:

    NES
    Genesis
    Game Gear ($10, missing battery cover, but came with 5 games)
    SNES
    Gameboy
    Gameboy Color
    Saturn
    PSX
    N64
    Dreamcast
    and a Gamecube

    I collect mainly for NES, SNES, Saturn, PSX, and Dreamcast. I found this board while searching for some info on my newly aquired Saturn. I keep a keen eye out for games devleoped by Treasure, and 16-bit Square and Enix RPGs.

    I'm just getting started with the Saturn, so if you have any suggestions for imports or classics I should pick up, or any misc. tips, feel free to PM me. Currently, I own Nights, Guardian Heroes (Treasure!), Clockwork Knight 2, Darius Gaiden, and Baku Baku for saturn.

    EDIT: Also, I DDR, but I'm not too good. (about a 5-footer)
    EDIT -02/22/03): Bull! Bwa ha ha! Now I'm a 9-footer! Take that!
    EDIT (11/27/03): And now I'm a 10 footer! What else has changed? I'm 20 now, have acquried a PS2, decided on Baldwin-Wallace college, am majoring in English with a minor in Vocal Music and am slowly learning Japanese! A lot can change in a year, eh? Also, my collection is now viewable from the WWW link at the bottom.

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    Hi, my name is Shawn. I live in (your guessed it) Canada. In the beautiful province of British Columbia. I have a wife and a 2 year old son with a second on the way.

    I collect just about anything for any system. Whatever I can find at a garage sale or pawn shop goes into the collection. I rarely buy games on ebay or at games stores becuase of the higher dollar amounts. I prefer the hunt. There's nothing like coming across a 1000 in 1 NES multi cart in the wild. That just makes my week. There happen to be very few collectors in my area. As you can imagine that's a big plus.

    There have been times when I had to sell my entire collection on ebay. Twice in fact, but no more. I am working on giving my collection a little direction. I will either star collecting for a single console or a specific genre. Probalby sell off some old & uncommon PC games and C64 games to get a cash reserve.

    I heard of this site years ago but came back looking for a forum with older users (I'm 30). I'm so tired of video games sites populated by 14 year olds.

    Thanks for reading

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    Long time videogame fan here: I'm calloused, jaded and sick of gaming. I've played all the games I ever wanted to play: the old school beat 'em ups, shooters, fighters, action adventure games, and platformers. None of the new games do it for me: with a few exceptions, all modern games are in (badly done) 3D, and too elaborate for their own good. The golden age of simple gamelay has come and gone, and taken my youthful enthusiasm for gaming with it. It's a hard habit to kick, however, especially with gaming being a part of my life for so long. My current collection is a spectre of what it once was, but I'm still a walking encyclopedia of videogame knowledge, as I'm sure most of the other board members are. When not posting on the board, I spend my time finishing off my PimpStick Pro 8000 (TM) [tentative title]. It's an arcade-style joystick with an intergrated SFII/SNK button layout, and when it is done, it will work with EVERY SYSTEM. It's currently getting a facelift: I'm moving the guts to a new, heavy-duty wooden shell, and retrofitting the electronics for keypad support (so it can work with CV, 5200, Intv). As you might have guessed, I spent a couple of years of my life as an electrician, and know quite a bit about the insides of game systems and their controllers. My non-videogame related activities include inline skating, horrible guitar-playing, and freelance journalism.

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    Greetings new to the DP Forum! Long time visitor of Jag Interactive 2 and some newsgroups.

    Name: Glenn Bruner
    Live (currently): Vandenberg AFB, CA

    Found the forum through mentioning by Joe Santulli during this past weekend CGE show. Question he asked me: "How come you don't visit DP's forum?" Didn't know it was there. Mainly visited Jag Interactive 2 since it's the most active for Atari Jaguar along with alt.atari-jaguar.discussion (but that has really died down). And Atari Age has some pretty good Jag discussion without the trolls that JI2 gets.

    Favorite games. Love the Jaguar (if you can't already tell). Have a complete development setup for that. Also a fan of the 8bit Atari machines (own a 1400XL and 1450XLD) and 7800. Also enjoy the Dreamcast a whole lot (that is the newest system that I own). And just recently got myself a decent TT030 setup but still very new to the ST stuff.

    Enjoy Battlesphere on the Jaguar. MULE and Star Raiders on the 8bit. Xevious on the 7800. But you'll find me doing more technical stuff than playing games. I do a lot to help John Hardie and company with various technical stuff related to some of the classic systems (might have seen the document I wrote to explain how to use the 7800 encryption software and the Jaguar Universal Cartridge Encrypted Header). I just recently was given a 7800 dev board that I need to restore to it's original condition (currently its wired as a 2600 dev system).

    Collect for the Jaguar mainly. I have some other systems but tend to not really keep much for them. Hard to move around in the Air Force with a lot of stuff.

    Real life job: I'm a Master Sergeant in the Air Force. I'm a Space Systems Operations specialist and work at 14th Air Force. We tie our history back to the original Flying Tigers of World War 2. And I'm slowly (and I mean slowly) pursuing a EE degree.

    My Atari history really began when I was going to High School at Santa Clara H.S. My computer class teacher introduce me to Bruce Carso of B&C Computervisions. At that time I would help Bruce out with disk drive testing for when he was selling the B&C 810 disk drive. Also would go to trade shows with him on some weekends and help man his booth a few times. And years before that I used to play 2600 at the local Sears or go to a friends house to get some time on his 5200.

    Didn't get my first Atari until September 1984. Bought a 800XL at the BX on Lowery AFB, CO. Paid $220 for it and then found out a month later I could've got it for $79. Went to my first assignment at Fairchild AFB (Spokane, WA) and built my 800XL up from there. Got my disk drive (810) from Bruce of B&C when I helped him with the transfer and disassembly of over 1000 Atari 400's that he bought from Atari (that was a fun week; got to run around inside one of Atari's warehouses seeing all kinds of treasures - that was February 1985).

    Later joined the user group in Spokane - F.A.C.C.S - First Atari Computer Club of Spokane. Got more and more into the Atari. Met a lot of great people there. Frequent the thrift shops there (it was a gold mine during my tour there).

    Acquired my 1400XL through Bruce. Obtained my 1450XLD from the Federated liquidation in Silicon Valley (friend from H.S. spotted it for me and grabbed it).

    My first job in the Air Force dealt with electronics (avionics tech on B-52 bombers - tail gun weapon system). So that's were a lot of my technical background came from. Air Force has sent me to places like Spokane, Colorado Springs, Sacramento, Fairbanks, etc. Go TDY at times and visit thrift shops all over the country. Never been overseas.

    I really enjoy digging into schematics and reverse engineer stuff. Also dabble into assembly/machine language in 6502 and 68000 / Jaguar GPU & DSP.

    In a nut shell, that's me.

    Glad to be on-board and see y'all in the forums.
    Glenn
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    Hope a crash doesn't eat this one...

    I'm a newbie collector, old gamer. Been collecting 6 months. Brother in law got me started, when he sold me one of his 2 ebay acquired IntelliVisions. Then I bought an IntelliVoice from sylentwulf on E-bay. Then I couldn't stop..mostly sourced locally.. on the cheap:

    Atari 2600 (woodgrain heavy 6'er)
    IntelliVision with Intellivoice (2609)
    ColecoVision with Atari changer
    NES (front load with Zapper, and PowerPad)
    SMS (original 1986 model)
    SNES
    Genesis (both types, Menacer, and heavy joystick)
    TG16 (TurboTap)
    N64
    GameCube
    Game Gear
    GameBoy Colour (kids)
    GameBoy Advance (kids)

    and various games for each, many Inty, only a coupla rare.

    I now mostly sell on E-bay. I am skilled with a soldering iron, and have had some great success fixing controllers and consoles. I've refurbished two Intellivisions, and two ColecoVisions, and made enough money on them on E-bay to buy the Gamecube! =) I hadn't planned on this being profitable, but hey, it changed the wife's tune on the hobby pretty fast! I'm after very console I'm missing, that's all.

    I'm married, with 5 kids. I'm 31 years old, and operate vending machines for a living, plus do some PC building and LAN work on the side. I regularly haunt the Goodwills and thrift shops here in Edmonton, looking for treasure, broken or not. I found this place Googling a rarity list.

    I hope to share what I've learned about repairs and such, and hopefully learn even more from the old timers here.

    "old gamers never die, they just need their contacts cleaned"
    ... for your gaming and iPod service needs http://www.oldschoolgamer.com/ For all your Video Game console and iPod upgrade/repair needs!

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    Some of you might know me from AtariAge or even Atarinvader.com, I've been collecting for over a couple of years now (is this sounding like an AA meeting?) and building up my website.

    I'm currently unemployed and am trying to squeeze a few greenbacks out of eBay.

    The systems that I currently own:

    2600
    Master System
    Mega Drive (aka Genesis)
    Dreamcast
    Jaguar
    Lynx

    I've probably got about 200+ games in my collection, including some right little gems

    Favorite game: BMX Airmaster (2600)

    Least favorite game: Double Dragon (2600)

    Likes: Food, beer and sleep.

    Dislikes: Nintendo, R&B and Nintendo.
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    Hey all! Isn't this "in-ter-net" great? I stumbled over from a neighboring forum & may rest here awhile. A little about me:

    Have loved video games since early 80s & still going strong!
    Married w/ kids: Atari 2600, 7800, 800XL computer system, Lynx, Jaguar, Sega Genesis, PSX, & PS2 but consider myself a gamer more than collector.
    Turn-ons: Anything Atari, forums that let me log on w/out disconnecting, games that don't "cheat"
    Turn-offs: Anything Nintendo, slow computers, 3DO games (die, Crusaders of Might & Magic!!!)

    Hope to be helpful & humorous to everyone here! -RJ
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    Hello, new guy here.

    Well my name is James, I'm in my mid 20's, and I'm from Detroit.

    My video game intrests are classic games and the ocassional new game.

    Systems I own:
    Mattel Intellivision
    Atari 7800
    Nintendo Entertainment System
    Sega Master System
    Sega Genesis w/Power Base Converter
    Super Nintendo w/Super 8 converter
    Turbo Duo
    Atari Jaguar
    Sega Saturn
    Sega Dreamcast
    Sony Playstation 2
    Microsoft Xbox
    Nintendo GameCube
    Nintendo Gameboy (original)
    Turbo Express

    I'd say that I'm a collector. I personally enjoy the classics much more and always like to talk about them. Classic gaming is one of my hobbies and its way cheaper than my other hobby (cars).

    I don't know what else to say but I'll be postin here and there. I found this place by accident and I think I'll stick around for a while.

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    Hello my my name is Joe, and I work for Gamestop, I've lived in South New Jersey my whole life, I'm 23 years old, and I love all things Nintendo. I found out about the site through a good friend of mine Donald Evanoff, he was my manager at Gamestop through the summer, until they sent him packing to a mall store,lol, poor Don. Anyway nice to meet you guys, and gals.

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