1. Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1 US NTSC,
We were poor kids but my sister and I managed to save enough pocket money to buy a NES over many, many months. When we finally had enough my Mum told us she would pay the rest and buy us a SNES. I still have it along with the box and everything.
2. Nintendo Entertainment System
..of course when I got my first job I bought a NES to play the games I missed out on owning when we were growing up. Lets just say I annoyed a lot of other kids by being that kid who would constantly ask to play their NES.
3. Game Boy
1 original (1990),
1 pocket gameboy
4. Game Boy Color
5. Atari 7800
6. Commodore 64
Not technically a console but I had one growing up and if I hadn't I don't think I would have ever had an interest in games.
1 not so functional
1 MegaDrive 1, 2 MD2s
9. Sega CD
2 PAL (black, orange),
1 JP NTSC with region switch
1 PAL launch console,
Another spare which cost $5, apparently faulty but works fine!
12. Xbox 360
1 dead Xenon,
2 phat HDMI models.
For a while I made extra cash by repairing RRoD, DVD lasers etc so at one point or another I had a pile of dead 360s I'd cannibalise parts from.
1 Japanese V-Saturn. Pretty beat up but it was cheap.
15. Nintendo 64
1 regular-ass grey N64,
1 clear orange
16. Game Boy Advance
JP silver model SP
17. Nintendo DS
Had one's touchscreen break, another stolen and I sold another during hard times.
Now I share a pink one with my girlfriend. :)
Had one but sold it, then picked up another dirt cheap after the 360 was released.
1 PAL original,
1 PAL psone
20. PlayStation 2
Phat one with the broadband adaptor. Loved me some Hardware Online.
21. Game Gear
At the time this was fucking amazing. Now, though, looking at that screen is eye torture.
22. Atari Lynx
Hey guys - if you want me to discharge your batteries quickly just hand em over. It will only take me about 20 minutes. (model 2 lynx)
23. Amiga CD32
yo gurl I hear you like James Pond