• 9 years 2 months ago
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    Considering many of us grew up during the height of the Nintendo era, I figure it's only fitting, no? I'm trying to polish off my collection of NES items, so if anyone knows of any official hardware I'm missing in the NES section, feel free to point it out. If you are interested in selling a complete R.O.B. or a working top-loading NES, likewise I'm definitely interested! hehehe...

    That said, here's the collection...


    Pong (not the Pong, but a pretty decent knockoff made by Radio Shack back at the same time)

    Famicom x2 (original console, Japanese version of the NES, amusingly released the day I was born. Literally.)
    Famicom AV x2 (re-release of the Famicom that was designed so that it could use RCA jacks)
    -Double Dragon 2
    -Final Fantasy 1 (with both the original box and manual)
    -Final Fantasy 2 x2 (one with both the original box and manual)
    -Final Fantasy 3 x2 (one with both the original box and manual)
    -Gachapon Warriors 2: Capsule Warfare
    -Macross
    -Mario 1
    -Mario USA (aka Mario 2, not to be confused with the Japanese Mario 2/lost levels)
    -Mario 3
    -Rockman
    -Rockman 2 x2
    -Rockman 3 x2 (1 with the original box/manual)
    -Rockman 4 x3 (1 with the original box/manual)
    -Rockman 5 x2 (1 with the original box/manual)
    -Rockman 6
    -Rockboard
    -SD Battle Oosumou (Think SRW before there was SRW, released by Banpresto)
    -Zelda 1 (with the original box/manual)
    Total: 25 carts/18 games

    Famicom Disk System x1 (with the original box/documentation. Connects via the cart slot on the Famicom)
    -Akuma no Shiro (aka Castlevania 1, but with the added benefit of being able to save your progress)
    -Zelda 1 (with original case/manual, original release of the game)
    -Zelda 2 (with original case/manual, original release of the game)
    Total: 3 disks/3 games

    NES x2 (second was originally Eli's, traded a few books for it. Original boxes/styrofoam for both, missing documentation)
    -Adventures of Bayou Billy
    -Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers (with box/manual)
    -Dragon Warrior
    -Duck Hunt x3 (2 copies of the 3-in-1 Mario cart, 1 of the Mario/Duck Hunt cart)
    -Ghostbusters (with box/manual)
    -Ghostbusters II
    -Gyromite (Robot game)
    -Hogan's Alley (light gun game)
    -Karnov
    -Mario 1 x4 (2 copies of the 3-in-1 Mario cart, 1 of the Mario/Duck Hunt cart, 1 of Mario by itself, still have 2 copies of the manual)
    -Mario 3
    -Megaman 2 (with manual)
    -Megaman 3
    -Megaman 4
    -Megaman 6
    -Mickey Mousecapade (with box/manual)
    -Mike Tyson's Punch-Out (not to be confused with the post-conviction version that removed him from the game entirely)
    -Operation Wolf (light gun game)
    -Pinball
    -Rampage
    -Star Tropics (with box)
    -Star Tropics 2
    -Super Glove Ball (power glove game)
    -Super Spike V'ball
    -Tetris
    -TMNT 1 (with box/manual)
    -To The Earth (light gun game)
    -Wild Gunmen (light gun game)
    -World Class Track Meet x3 (2 copies of the 3-in-1 Mario cart, 1 of Track Meet by itself)
    -Zelda 1
    -Zelda 2 (with box)
    Total: 34 carts/31 games

    NES Accessories
    -Cleaning Kit (with box, original version)
    -Four-Score multitap adaptor
    -Game Genie
    -Grey Zapper
    -NES Max joypad
    -NES Advantage joystick (which has been my mainstay ever since I picked it up)
    -Orange Zapper x4 (Eli gave me 3)
    -Power Glove (with box and manual)
    -Robot Operating Buddy (aka. "R.O.B.", works but is missing parts)
    -Standard Controller x4
    Total: 16 accessories/10 unique items

    Mega Drive (Taiwanese version, PAL format)
    Mega Drive 2 (Japanese version of the Genesis, NTSC format)
    -Golden Axe (with case/manual)
    -Gunstar Heroes (with case/manual)
    -Super Street Fighter 2 (with case/manual)
    -Sonic 3 (with case/manual)
    -Strider Hiryuu
    -Sword of Vermillion (with case/manual)
    Total: 6 carts/6 games

    Genesis 1
    Genesis 3
    -Altered Beast
    -Comix Zone
    -Fatal Fury
    -Golden Axe (with case/manual)
    -Gunstar Heroes
    -Joe Montana '94
    -NHL '94
    -Sonic 1
    -Sonic 2 (with case/manual)
    -Sonic 3
    -Sonic 3D (with box)
    -Sonic and Knuckles (with box)
    -Sonic Spinball
    -Spiderman/X-men (with case, can beat Gambit's levels and one of Spiderman's levels, and that's it...)
    -Street Fighter 2 (with case/manual)
    -Sword of Vermillion (with case/manual, all-time favorite RPG)
    -Tazmania (with case)
    -Virtua Fighter 2
    -X-men
    Total: 19 carts/19 games

    32X
    -Doom (with box/manual)
    -Virtua Fighter (with box)
    Total: 2 carts/2 games

    SegaCD 1
    -Adventures of Willy Beamish (with box/manual)
    -Corpse Killer (with box/manual)
    -Double Switch (with case/manual)
    -Monkey Island (with box/manual)
    -Star Wars Chess (with case/manual)
    -Trivial Pursuit (with case/manual)
    Total: 6 discs/6 games

    Super Famicom (Japanese version of the SNES)
    -AD&D: Eye of the Beholder (with original box/manual)
    -ChronoTrigger x8 (2 boxes, 1 manual)
    -Final Fantasy 4
    -Final Fantasy 5
    -Final Fantasy 6
    -Ranma 1/2: Bakuretsu Rantou-hen
    -Rockman 7 x2
    -Rockman Soccer
    -Rockman and Forte
    -Rockman X
    -Rockman X2
    -Rockman X3
    -SD Generation X
    -Street Fighter 2
    -Super Mario World
    -Super Metroid (with original box/manual)
    Total: 24 carts/16 games

    Gameboy x2
    -Killer Instinct
    -Pokemon Red
    -Super Mario World 2 (once I find my copy again somewhere...)
    -Tetris
    -Zelda: A Link to the Past
    Total: 5 carts/5 games

    Gameboy Accessories
    -linking cable x2 (1 original, 1 universal)
    Total: 2 accessories/2 unique items

    Gameboy Color
    -Evangelion Mah-jong (with box/manual)
    -Cardcaptor Sakura (with box/manual)
    Total: 2 carts/2 games

    Gameboy Advance SP
    -Metroid Zero Mission (with box/manual)
    -Rockman EXE (with box/manual)
    -Rockman EXE 3 (with box/manual)
    -Rockman EXE 4 (with box/manual)
    -Sonic Advance 2 (with box/manual)
    -Super Robot Wars A (with box/manual)
    -Super Robot Wars R (with box/manual)
    -Super Robot Wars D (with box/manual)
    -Zelda 1 (with box/manual)
    Total: 9 carts/9 games

    Nintendo DS
    -Mario 64DS
    Total: 1 chip/1game

    Game Gear
    -Mortal Kombat
    -Sonic 2
    -Super Columns
    Total: 3 carts/3 games
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      • 9 years 2 months ago
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      Damn nice collection you've got there. I too am trying to track down a R.O.B.
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        • 9 years 2 months ago
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        Almost all the Japanese stuff I got during 5 months spent studying over there (got back last February), it's amazing the deals they'll offer on their used stuff. Whereas an NES will run $40-50 on average ($90-110 if you want a toploader), was able to snag an original Famicom for 1,400 yen (less than $14) in a used bookstore. One of the Famicom AVs ran me about 3,000 yen and came with two controllers, an AC adaptor, and stereo hookups (in like-new condition, at that).

        That said, one thing I discovered very quickly is to be grateful American controllers work on the Japanese systems. I'm using my brother's SNES controllers for the Super Famicom because the Japanese controllers have an average cable length of about 2 1/2 feet (no exaggeration). My Advantage works quite nicely with the Famicom AV, so there are no complaints on that one, either (Even nicer since the Famicom has about all the dust problems of a Genesis console...)
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          • 9 years 2 months ago
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          I have a R.O.B, I just have to find it. I should still have everything that came with it all the disks and spinners and also the gyromite game that is needed to control it. As far as hardware and games or whatever this is a link I like the has everything you need to know about the system including a complete list of games

          http://www.games4nintendo.com/
          I don't know about you, Miss Kitty, but I feel so much... yummier
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            • 9 years 2 months ago
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            Badkitty where r u from? Ne one who is colleceting or willing to trade nes shit add me to your msn. [email][email protected][/email]
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              • 9 years 2 months ago
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              Oh lordy, last time I counted I had nearly 200 games, most of them NES/SNES/Gameboy/SEGA. I'm the only person I know that has every Nintendo system ending in -boy that was ever made.

              The Gameboy, Gameboy Pocket, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Virtual Boy...

              Ah for the good old days, when I was utterly amazed at the killer graphics for Battle Chess :D

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                • 9 years 2 months ago
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                Just out of curiosity and sincerely not knowing what it is, what is a R.O.B? ( you know I can just see this being something I know but have never abrieviated)
                Oh and while I'm making myself sound so non 80's what was a Famicon Disk System, I remember nearly all theNintendo based consoles but never remember them having Disks untill they released the oh so bad Gamecube
                Every time I visit RetroJunkit seems to change. Just glad the people dont.

                Come on Vertex and Mod Gang, sort out my contributions :lol:
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                  • 9 years 2 months ago
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                  ROB=Robotic Operated Buddy, aka the Nintendo Robot.
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                    • 9 years 2 months ago
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                    i got so very lucky a few years ago.. it was (bulk) garbage day and me and my friend were just riding bikes. we werent really garbage picking, but if something came a long we took it.. so i saw a box full of what i thought were vhs tapes, but they were actually nintendo games! i had found a nes with two controllers, 32 games and all the wires.. i was sooo happy, everything was in perfect condition and it works perfectly :D:D:D
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                      • 8 years 11 months ago
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                      Is there any place that Nintendo provides to buy a new system with new games?
                      All of my games are from when I was a kid and I took horrible care of them. I can still work some games on occasion, but I have to blow into them for so long I almost pass out.
                      Even then they don't work for very long.
                      I have about 18 or so NES games.
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                        • 8 years 11 months ago
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                        I have every Final Fanasty ever made.

                        BAM
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                          • 8 years 11 months ago
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                          Systems -
                          NES
                          SNES
                          Genisis
                          N64
                          Dreamcast
                          Playstation
                          Playstation 2
                          Gamecube
                          Xbox
                          Gameboy
                          Gameboy SP
                          Nintendo DS

                          It would be too long of a list to tell about every single game I have. :)
                          [img]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y4/Gunda
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                            • 2 years 11 months ago
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                            wrote:
                            Is there any place that Nintendo provides to buy a new system with new games?
                            All of my games are from when I was a kid and I took horrible care of them. I can still work some games on occasion, but I have to blow into them for so long I almost pass out.
                            Even then they don't work for very long.
                            I have about 18 or so NES games.


                            No, but there are companies who make new consoles with the same technology. I can't remember the name, but I did find them on ebay (retro gaming or something to that effect). Or you can buy replacement parts, typically it's the metal slot the game goes into (cost around $8-$9) and supposedly makes a world of difference.

                            And to the OP...I have a hard time believing you. Mostly because I'm jealous.
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