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What consoles are plugged in? And what games are in them?
Topic Started: Apr 28 2013, 10:17 AM (1,642 Views)
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Apr 28 2013, 10:31 AM
I tend to keep my games on the shelf unless Im actually playing them.
A little bit of OCD peaking through? :lol:

Actually, it's not good to leave a game in the Wii as it has been rumored to cause the drive to start to squeal. I had to fix my neighbor's Wii that was suffering from this affliction and he admitted that his kids leave a game in the system all the time.

I don't believe cartridge based systems suffer any ill effects from leaving a game in them, though. In fact, I suspect its probably a good thing as it keeps moisture in the air from getting to the metal contacts.
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N64 - RGB - 64 Drive
Gamecube - RGB - nothing in the drive though
Wii - Component - 250GB HDD
Xbox 360 - HDMI - 1TB HDD

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Collector of everything.
All of my consoles are hooked up to my 32 inch DLP (I believe, but not completely sure) rear projection JVC TV. (the path will be in parentheses)

Atari 2600: (coaxial>rf converter>coaxial>tv) Space Invaders.

Nintendo 64: (rca>tv) Rush

Wii: (rca>rf converter>coaxial) SoulCalibur 2

Wow, I need to get some more consoles.
Current N64 focus: NTSC-U carts. Current count: 108/296 (36.5%), 4 NTSC-J.

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Kick, Punch, It's all in the mind
I tend to emulate most of my game collection on a 1042x768 CRT monitor for playing games, as I prefer the simplicity of simply being able to choose what title I want to play from a list, this also keeps my original copies in good condition as they are mostly unused after the initial ripping process

My actual consoles are connected up to my LCD TV, In this set up I have
Xbox 360 - No game in it due to not using the console for games
PS3 - Currently Mercenaries 2 is in the console, however, the vast majority of my PS3 collection are digital titles obtained through PlayStation Plus, so the disc drive tends to typically be unused
N64 - No game currently in, due to space (cartridge makes it not fit in my set up, so to combat this I remove the system from its normal location when played
Dreamcast - Currently has a copy of Marvel vs Capcom 2 in it
GameCube: Typically unused due to Emulation, however it has a copy of Pokémon Channel in at the moment
PS2 - Has Tony Hawk Underground 2 in.
Xbox 360 2 - Has a copy of Halo 4 in at the moment, only used very rarely
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