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How show your collection
Online Only 0 (0%)
Friends & Family (On display) 12 (92.3%)
On storage boxes 1 (7.7%)
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How do you Show Off Your Collection; Poll: Do you Show your collection other than online
Topic Started: Oct 19 2012, 12:32 PM (480 Views)
Thegt550
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N64/ Classic Car parts Hunter
Hi
How do you show your Great collection ( to Who)
Is it on the Leaving room ,on the Garage,a special room,Online Only
Also Do you store special controllers on a safe place
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I will sale whats left of my collection to help.(jusco,np100,japan blue/white)
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Cabanon
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storage because I have no place to display them until I build my custom cabinet.
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bluedogrulez
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It's on display only to those who enter the Man Cave :D
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clarky_n64
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The bulk of my collection is on display in the loft, however I have several little game displays all over the house.

I will get my man cave back in a few years when we eventually move into a bigger house.
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Vekoma64
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Everywhere...Man cave situation too.
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ddr2nite
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Controller Collecting Extraordinaire
Mine is proudly on display on my bookshelves/bookcases and wall in my bedroom - out of the harmful sunlight of course. I'm a bit embarrassed to have to explain my hobby/collection to visitors (especially the ladies) and reveal my inner nerd so it's good that not everyone who visits my apartment sees it :-8
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Mk II
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Ive turned a spare bedroom into my game collection room but some of it (like magazines, guides and manuals and other printed matters) is in another room and most of the boxes are stored up in my attic.
It's nice to have an entire house at your disposal.
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RodneyP
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I would love a mancave, sadly not even a cupboard for me!

All my loose carts are in a large plastic tub. Consoles are currently boxed and on top the wardrobe (no direct sunlight). I would like to display selected titles, a top 30 or so, on shelves. When mates come round they can load up anything they fancy. A controller wall would also be nice... and a console stack.

One can only dream. My partner can barely recognise Mario so isn't exactly sympathetic to the cause.
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scooter77
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I have all my games loose in drawers or in :n64: cartridge towers, my boxed consoles and games boxes are all in a cupboard at my parents house at the moment, im just waiting for the right time to move it into my new house which i am dedicating the smallest bedroom into a games room, im just saving at the moment and when i have enough money i will start building some book cases to house it all, might be a while though as im in the middle of restoring an old car as well.
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The Red Shadow
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Mine is on display in my living room. Unfortunately, I only have a few friends who come around and my daughter who is over a few days of the week. But I enjoy looking at my collection every day. :yeah:
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TNT737373
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Mine's in a giant closed door cabinet on the side of my room, it's great because it looks like clothes are hung in there, it's out of the way but still classy. If people come in my room who think I'm a man-child for having a shrine to Nintendo in the corner, I can just close it and they won't worry their little heads. ha. But I've got some friends who love seeing this retro kinda stuff, and when I open those double doors the look on their face is priceless. It's that expression in movies where somebody discovers a hidden room in somebody's house, they're like "I can't believe you had a Nintendo shrine in here without me noticing it". 8) I'll try and get a pic up soon.
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Alice Lawless
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N64 collection completed 7/29/12
I display mine loud n' proud! 8)
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Xephyrian
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Master Chief of the Universe
Mine takes up two shelves of a bookcase at the bottom of my stairs. Impressive, I know :P
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NTSCN64fanatic
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I need to get a load of the clear protective covers from keep em minty then they will go on bookshelves for now much like the cupboard shrine guy I have a large cupboard full of games and consoles and a small amount of clothes. Also have drawers full of carts and the floor has consoles set up have usa snes super famicom jap saturn n64 wii etc is a bit of a shock if someone comes in because the will usually see living room first and that's rammed with stuff too that everyone can play pal n64 snes saturn ps3 etc but the good stuff is safely out the way in my room lol
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suretie
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Mine are kept on a rack in the living room so I can keep an eye on them. I had them in the dining/game room but get paranoid when my 6 year old son has his mates in there. Will be changing to a shelf unit soon as the racks nearly full. I only display the games,my consoles are in mirrored cabinet and extra controllers and consoles go in storage. I usually only buy CIB games for my collection unless there too expensive like conker and tooie they go in illustrated plastic game box's.
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