Can't see one of those in there.
Collectors take things to extreme measures, such is the nature of their interest. Videogame enthusiasts have a similar mentality. Therefore, imagine what happens when the two combine. While in Valencia last week, I ran into 'Sergiokillo' - as mentioned in my Campus Party roundup - a bloke who has spent a long time building up …
Can't see one of those in there.
Someone else beat me to the CD32, but mention of the Philips CDi reminded me the CD32 had a predecessor.
No C64 Games System either. It was basically a C64 with no keyboard and the cartridge slot moved to the top.
Don't see a Mattel Intellivision though, had hours of fun with that as a kid....
Or this one:
He does have two, just with an incorrect spelling:
"Marter System - Marter System II"
Right hand set of shelves, 1st up from the bottom, right hand side...
My parents might have an old sega menacer lying around somewhere, and possibly even the light gun for the master system (I thought they worked on pure magic when I was a wee nipper...)
but he seems to have a 'marter' system, looks kinda similar...
That's quite an omission.
I also notice he's lacking a 3DS, but maybe he just hasn't got one _yet_.
...disappointed about your ocular abilities if I were you...
//Should have gone to Specsavers?
Isn't that an SMS in the left cab, right hand side, second shelf up?
He has Master System and Master System II
Just calls it a Marter System.
You sir, Fail.
Both a sega master system and a sega master system II in the left hand cabinet, one shelf above the bottom.
I can see a master system 1 & a master system 2 in there!
If you look at the actual article then you will find that there is indeed a Sega Master System - called Marter System of course...
Scroll down to the 3rd generation titles
There's a version 1 and a v2 in there even.
It's there! Oh, wait, it's a "Marter System" apparently. My mistake.
...but it's listed as "Marter System"
Yep no CD32 from what I can see.
And given he has a Amstrad 4000GX in there, where's the Commodore 64GS?
I'm sure plenty of others will find some missing consoles too :)
Yup, couldn't see that either... How about the prior Commodore CDTV? Should that count?
the CD32, so I'll now go with the CDTV instead. If the first poster can suggest the Philips CDi then I can suggest the CDTV :)
Someone else remembers the 64GS then!!!
I loved the CD32. If Amiga had pushed it a bit harder, I think it could've beaten the PlayStation. Especially given that I recall you could add hard disks, floppy drives, and generally hack them into an Amiga 1200/CD32 hybrid to have a games console that was a computer too.
Nowhere to be seen.
But I do have one :)
No Sega Nomad (portable genesis/megadrive): http://bit.ly/an1dDe
No Wondermega: http://bit.ly/pOsqRV
No Multi Mega: http://bit.ly/rl63hX
that the owner of the console collection wll offer you a few quid for it !!
Pretty sure I had a Philips cartridge based console... quick google search and the one that looks like it is a Videopak G7000
@Micky1 - saw both a Master System and a Master System II in there under 3rd gen, with the atari 7800, Amstrad GX4000 and the NES - big question is, did he have the Sonic one, or the Alex Kidd one? Alex Kidd FTW!
I had one of those silver Galaxy boxes from his tabletop set, awesome game!
No Intellivision console - or any of its successors or clones.
can't see one in the pics
Sonic the Hedgehog, Street Fighter II, Space Harrier - actually there were hundreds of these.
He's missing the Mattel Intellivision: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellivision
oh how many hours did I waste on that?!
I was never lucky enough to have a Vectrex of my own but I remember the excitement as a kid, travelling up to central London on the tube, then playing on the ones in Hamleys.
In the early 80's the Hamley's basement was like an Aladdins cave of electronic wonders. Kids used to spend all day in there with free Vectrex, Atari, Intellivision, Astro Wars, etc. Magic times and far cheaper than going down to Heathrow Airport to play the arcade games there.
Where's the SG-1000, SG-1000 Mark II and Mark III?
Impressive, but no Vectrex, or any of the Odyssey systems.
Magnavox Odysseys (1975-1977)
Philips Odyssey Series
The vector console, or did i just skip over it?
No Merlin and no Tapwave Zodiac as well as many, many Game and Watch classics.
How can any collection be complete without one!?
He appears to be missing the Amiga CD32, Amstrad GX4000 and the Commodore 64 Games Systems for starters - but I don't want to be the one to tell him.
No Intellivison, Cassette Vision, Super Cassette Vision? There's a TuroboGrafx but no PC Engine consoles (original, Core Grafx, Super Grafx, Duo, Duo-R, Duo-RX, etc.) No Famicom? 32x? Multi-Mega? Vectrex?
This is FAR from complete.
He's missing Pong!
Now when my girlfriend moans about me refusing to get rid of old computer junk, I can point her at this page.
Wonder if this guy has a girlfriend.
He's missing an Intellivision by Mattel, my very first console, released in 1979! Think I might still have it stored somewhere...!
I miss my ol' Vectrex. Mindstorm was an amazingly addictive and playable little game.
actually never mind that, where is the original psp? the psp 1000.
and agreed, the amiga cd32 is missing.
also did it mention a psx?
but still, its a stonking collection
I don't see a Vectrex there
systemdwith faint praise
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