The Hoard

I’ve been collecting for quite some time. I grew up with the NES and I would always keep my games in alphabetical order in their cardboard boxes. All my friends however, threw out the boxes so I took a note from them and rationalized it as, “Well they still have these black sleeves to protect them, I guess I don’t need the whole box.” And that made complete sense, plus it cut down on the amount of space the games took up. Oh how I wish I could go back to my six year old self and knock some sense into me.

Anyway, the moment I officially started collecting I guess would have to be the months immediately following my sale of the NES and all my games to Funcoland. I didn’t necessarily want to do that, but I wanted a Genesis and my dad wouldn’t allow me to have another video game system considering I had recently gotten Super NES. There was only one course of action I could follow since my appetite had already been whetted from playing Sonic and Toe Jam & Earl a friends house. 2 entire trash bags filled with games got me a 2nd generation Genesis which came with Sonic, a 2nd generation Sega CD which came with Sewer Shark, Toe Jam and Earl, and Streets of Rage. The new acquisition was great, but I knew I had to get my old collections back!

The plan: To someday open my own video game museum. Or something to that nature.

Below is a list of the systems currently in my possession.


  • Nintendo Entertainment System 1st & 2nd gen
  • Super Nintendo  2 1st gen, one of which only plays in black &white and 1 2nd gen.
  • Nintendo 64
  • GameCube
  • Wii
  • Game Boy x2
  • Game Boy Pocket
  • Game Boy Pocket Color
  • Virtual Boy
  • Game Boy Advance
  • Game Boy Advance SP x2
  • DS Lite, DSi, DSi XL
  • 3DS
  • Sega Master System x2 1st gen
  • Sega Genesis 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gen
  • Sega CD 1st & 2nd gen
  • Sega CDX
  • Sega 32x
  • Saturn
  • Dreamcast
  • Game Gear
  • Playstation 1st & 2nd gen
  • Playstation 2 fat & slim
  • Playstation 3 60gb & 250gb Custom Bulletstorm edition
  • PSP 1000 & 2000 Darth Vader edition
  • PSP Go
  • XBOX
  • XBOX 360 elite & halo reach edition
  • XBOX One
  • Turbo Duo
  • Turbo Express
  • Neo Geo AES System
  • Neo Geo Pocket Color
  • Atari 5200
  • Atari Jaguar
  • Lynx
  • Panasonic 3DO
  • Nokia NGage 1st gen
  • Tiger Game.Com


  • Famicom
  • Famicom Disk System
  • Super Famicom
  • Sharp Twin Famicom
  • Game Boy Micro FFIV edition
  • MSX 2
  • Wonderswan Color Final Fantasy edition
  • Swan Crystal
  • PC-Engine
  • PC-FX
  • Super GRAFX

There are of course others that I’m still hunting down for affordable prices.

I need a working Vectrex,  and a Sharp X68000. Those are my most wanted at the moment.

  1. Christopher Hoff

    Ohhhhh…the Sharp X68000…yes indeed. Very rare, very expensive, and very very cool.


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