I seem to collect between 20 and 40 games per system, so I've got hundreds of physical games between NES, SNES, N64, GC, Wii, PS3 and PC (binders and binders of 90s PC games). I did have an Xbox and a PS2, but I fortunately sold those systems with almost all of their games. I'm definitely more digital now than I had been, Playstation+ and Steam have been a huge change I'm the way I acquire video games and I've basically given up on new retail games because I have less time to play them.
The bulk (by physical volume anyway) of my gaming collection is in tabletop RPG books and hobby board games. I have two full bookshelf rows of AD&D books and box sets, D&D3 books and D&D4 books, with small collections of a handful of other RPGs. I also have two bookshelves full of board games I've collected in the last 15 years, from Civilization to Catan to Twilight Imperium to all of the Dominion expansions. Board games are definitely my favorite way to game.