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My Videogame Collection

My Videogame Collection (Astrotriforce)

…. A look at my videogame room setup, with the Pokemon Platinum and Metroid: Other M stands. Lots of retro boxed games. :)

I thought it’d be fun to share my videogame collection in its ENTIRETY. Thanks to the awesomeness that is Backloggery, I systematically went through all of my other sources where I kept lists of my videogame collection, then went through much of my physical collection to double-check, and came up with the ultimate list of my videogame collection.

Even cooler than that is the way your Backloggery keeps track of which games you’ve beaten, which games are unfinished or unplayed, which games you’ve “Completed” (gotten everything), etc., and divides them into categories. You can also list what games you are currently playing and where you are in the game, etc. It’s a very, very cool website so I urge you to check it out!

Anyhoo, without further ado, here is a GIGANTIC list of every videogame I currently own! I’ll update this frequently. :)

NOTE: This collection is currently incomplete… I will keep working to fill it in however! Still Missing: Wii, Wii VC, WiiWare, Xbox 360, XBLA, PS3, PSN, PSP, DS, 3DS, PSOne, PS3, PC, PC Downloads, GOG, Steam, GameCube and Xbox1….

NINTENDO VIRTUAL BOY

I am extremely proud of my Virtual Boy collection, all of the games are boxed and complete, with instructions, and I contain 9 of the 14 North American games ever released; alongside a super rare demo cart. There were 22 Virtual Boy games released in Japan/Worldwide (mostly Japan), so I still have a ways to go in order to actually complete my system collection.

1. Demo Cart
2. Golf
3. Mario Clash
4. Mario’s Tennis Virtual Boy
5. Nester’s Funky Bowling
6. Panic Bomber
7. Red Alarm
8. Telerboxer
9. Tetris 3D
10. Wario Land Virtual Boy
11. Virtual Boy System Complete with Box, instructions and accessories. Sadly the head piece quite working though a few years back. A common problem…

SEGA DREAMCAST

I really, REALLY want to start collecting more Dreamcast games. I’m extremely proud of three games that I bought brand-new WAY back in the day when the Dreamcast was hitting the end of its lifespan and the stores had already stopped selling Dreamcast games for the most part. That is when I bought brand-new, shrink-wrapped copies of The Typing of the Dead, Chu Chu Rocket and Samba de Amigo (without the maracas). Sadly I didn’t keep the games in their shrink-wrapping, something I rarely do… But those three games are titles I cherish. :) I still need to pick up a Dreamcast official licensed keyboard as well as the Maracas one of these days, even though I own the Wii version of Samba de Amigo. :P The system I have was given to me by a friend. One of these days I’ll really concentrate on completing a Dreamcast collection, I think that’d be really fun. I’d also like to buy a new or boxed system.

1. Chu Chu Rocket
2. Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
3. Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
4. Samba de Amigo
5. Shenmue
6. The Typing of the Dead

GAME BOY ADVANCE

Without a doubt, the GBA is one of my favorite systems of all time. The little-portable-that-could is simply STUFFED to the gills with an overflowing plethora of incredible, unique, original and non-ported games, seemingly endless numbers of RPGs, and a bevy of awesome remakes. If you are looking for a system that has everything and has tons upon tons of awesome gems and diamonds in the rough, then you can do no better than the Game Boy Advance! I never had the original large-sized GBA system, instead me and my brothers own several GBA SP systems, which are now mine. I’m proud of many of my GBA games, particular the lesser-known ones. I have a boxed, complete copy of Drill Dozer that’s still shrinkwrapped, and I’m extremely happy that the GBA is such a new system, that everygame I own is complete in the box with instructions and in excellent condition. Other games I’m proud of include: Chu Chu Rocket, Boktai (never beat this, WILL DO IT one of these days! This is a game with a solar sensor built-in that requires you to play in direct sunlight to beat it! It’s made by Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima!), Demi Kids (a Persona-style game made by Atlus, but kiddified!), Phantasy Star Collection (contains Phantasy Star 1,2 and 3!), Klonoa: Empire of Dreams (all Klonoa games become rare, this is a gem of a 2D platformer!), Sigma Star Saga (boxed! A “shoot ’em up” RPG mix!), F-Zero GP Legend (a little-known GBA F-Zero game based on the short-lived anime!), Lunar Legend (a shrunken-down version of the Saturn/PS1/PC classic RPG, voice-acting and cutscenes were cut, some changes were made, and collectable animated cards for all of the characters were added, along with updated graphics. A great lil portable classic!) and Gunstar Super Heroes (a fantastic shoot ’em up!). I also am really proud of my Final Fantasy Advance games, which I have boxed and DISPLAYED! I STILL need to get Final Fantasy VI Advance though to complete my collection!

1. Boktai: The Sun Is In Your Hand
2. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
3. Chu Chu Rocket
4. Demi Kids: Light Version
5. Drill Dozer
6. GBA Rumble Pack
7. F-Zero GP Legend
8. Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls
9. Final Fantasy IV Advance
10. Final Fantasy V Advance
11. Game & Watch Gallery 4
12. Golden Sun
13. Gunstar Super Heroes
14. Klonoa: Empire of Dreams
15. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/Four Swords
16. Lunar Legend
17. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
18. Mega Man Zero
19. Mega Man Zero 2
20. Metroid Fusion
21. Metroid: Zero Mission
22. Phantasy Star Collection
23. Pokemon: Leaf Green Version
24. Sigma Star Saga

ATARI 2600

Born before the age-of-Atari, I never owned an Atari system, having been born in 1984, just when the NES hit. The NES is the system I grew up on. I still don’t own an Atari system, but do plan on getting one one of these days, even though I am sure I will not be able to really “stomach” most of the games. Regardless, I was at a Entertainment Exchange shop and decided to buy every single Atari cart they had there. lol. All of them were loose, without boxes or instructions. Regardless, I thought they’d be fun to have. You gotta love all the generic game names. :P

1. Armor Ambush
2. Asteroids
3. Barnstorming
4. Combat
5. Cosmic Commuter
6. Crystal Castles
7. Demon Attack
8. Donkey Kong
9. Dragster
10. Fire Fighter
11. Joust
12. Keystone Kapers
13. Moonsweeper
14. Mouse Trap
15. Pac-Man
16. Plaque Attack
17. Space War
18. Spider Fighter
19. Spider-Man
20. Star Trek
21. Sub Scan
22. Super Football
23. Tower Toppler
24. Towering Inferno
25. Video Checkers
26. Word Zapper

GAME BOY

The original Game Boy is such an underrated system. While it is true that many, many people owned Game Boy’s and owned Game Boy carts as kids, very few of them have probably played them in more recent times (although, that is starting to change big-time thanks to the Nintendo 3DS and its eShop digital store) and many, many of them go unnoticed. While the Game Boy has plenty of simpler, Super Mario World-style titles, it also has many great games like The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening and the original Pokemon trio, which offer dozens of hours of gameplay and huge, giant worlds to explore. The Game Boy was a truly fantastic system. I own few boxed Game Boy games sadly, having next kept the box or instructions for them as a kid (Donkey Kong Land being an exception, I got the instructions, no box, but the cover is torn off >_<) but I have collected a nice little boxed Game Boy collection in more recent times that I am proud of. Although a kind of shining jewel of my boxed GB collection are the Pokemon games, which were recent enough that I saved the box and instructions in perfect condition. I'm extremely proud to own boxed copies of Zelda: Oracle of Ages & Seasons, Final Fantasy Legend I&II+ Adventure, TMNT: Fall of the Foot Clan and the Pokemon titles, alongside Zelda: Link's Awakening DX. :)

1. Arcade Classics 3: Galaga/Galaxian *
2. Donkey Kong GB
3. Donkey Kong Land
4. Final Fantasy Adventure
5. Final Fantasy Legend
6. Final Fantasy Legend II
7. Game & Watch Gallery *
8. Game Shark
9. Kid Icarus: Of Myths & Monsters
10. Kirby's Pinball Land
11. Mega Man: Dr. Wiley's Revenge *
12. Metroid II: Return of Samus *
13. Pokemon Red
14. Pokemon Silver
15. Pokemon Yellow – Special Pikachu Edition
16. Super Game Boy (SNES accessory that plays all Game Boy & Game Boy Color games)
17. Super Mario Land *
18. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan
19. Tetris *
20. Tetris Attack

GAME BOY COLOR

The GB and the GBC are typically lumped together, although the Game Boy Color didn’t come out until 1998 and was the first system to literally update the Game Boy with better graphics and an all-new, non-backlit, colored screen. This re-invigorated the original Game Boy lineup, which Nintendo kept alive thanks to the HUGE success of the 1996 (in Japan) and 1998 Pokemon titles, and was able to keep the Game Boy momentum going until the Game Boy Advance finally succeeded the original Game Boy & Game Boy Color in 2001. Even so, after the GBC came out TONS AND TONS of new GBC titles were released, some of which are the best on the system, like Perfect Dark GBC and Metal Gear Solid GBC. Collecting all the GBC games would definitely be a very fun thing to do. I own very few, not as much as a collector should have given the many, many fantastic GBC games. Almost all of my GBC games are boxed with instructions, the system being new enough that I kept them.

1. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX (still have the box & instructions, just not the game)
2. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages
3. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
4. Super Mario Bros. DX (a remake of Super Mario Bros. with additions like new hidden Yoshi Eggs to find and Red Coins to collect)
5. Pac-Man: Special Color Edition (Contains Pac-Man in color and B&W alongside the puzzle game Pac-Attack)… sold the game kept the box & instructions.

GAME GEAR

I only ever-briefly owned a Game Gear. My mom got it for us for Christmas, and I was STUNNED by the incredible, large, color screen and explosive sound. However, being a lil Nintendo fanboy, the system was neglected and we never bought a single game for it. We only ever had the pack-in title, Sonic 2. I still have that Game Gear (I think…) and Sonic… one of these days I’ll complete a Game Gear collection, as I’ve heard there are many fantastic games for it. It’s awesome that the Nintendo 3DS allows for re-releases of retro Game Gear games that you can purchase digitally via the 3DS eShop Virtual Console. Who would’ve thunk it?! I bought Sonic Spinball recently, boxed, although the box is all beaten up. I took it regardless, can’t pass up boxed games… no matter the condition!

1. Sonic the Hedgehog 2
2. Sonic the Hedgehog: Spinball

SEGA GENESIS

Known as the Sega Megadrive in other territories, the Genesis was the system that put Sega on-the-map, succeeding the 8bit Sega Master System, which was overtly killed and beheaded by Nintendo’s 8bit Nintendo Entertainment System. Regardless, Sega trucked on, starting the 16bit wars with the Sega Genesis in 1989, ahead of the Super Nintendo’s debut in 1991. (it came out in 1988 in Japan, 1990 in Europe). The system hit-it-out-of-the-park and started up with a bang thanks to the super-speedy and infinitely likeable Sega mascot and Genesis pack-in game, Sonic the Hedgehog. Sonic became a popular, household name and gave Mario a run for his money. But the game that really put the Genesis on-the-map and lead it to successfully take-on the big N, was Mortal Kombat. Sega tried to position itself for “edgier” content (with “edgy” commercials that directly took Nintendo on, and said things like “Sega Does What Nintendon’t” and ended with a memorable, quick, “SEGA!” scream) and more mature games, and succeeded big-time with the original Mortal Kombat, which contained a “Blood Code” that made the game uncensored. The SNES version was censored with the blood being changed to “sweat” and Fatalities taken out of the game… the result was a huge boon for Sega and the Genesis and a huge loss for Nintendo. However Nintendo rebounded with the release of Donkey Kong Country in 1994, a game that blew the doors off the graphical expectancy of the SNES and powered it through two more years until the Nintendo 64 introduced true polygonal 3D gaming in 1996. Sadly, as a Nintendo fanboy, we never owned a Genesis or used the system the one time we owned it… FOR SHAME! Nowadays a own a few Genesis games. One day I will own a complete collection! I actually own two Genesis systems these days, a Model 1 (oldschool with the switch) and a Sega Genesis 3, the slim redesign! I also own a bunch of games that were given to me loose, as well as the Genesis 3, THANKS MARISSA! :D

1. 1. 6-Pak – Contains Sonic the Hedgehog 1, Golden Axe, Streets of Rage 1, Revenge of Shinobi, Columns and Super Hang-On in one compilation cartridge.
2. Arcade Classics (Contains Pong, Centipede and Missile Command plus new versions of each)
3. Disney’s Aladdin
4. The Incredible Hulk
5. Joe Montana II: Sports Talk Football
6. The Lion King
7. Sonic the Hedgehog 2
8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters
9. X-Men
10. Sega Genesis 3 System
11. Sega Genesis Model 1 System

Intellivision

Like with the Atari systems, I was born before the age-of-American-videogame-systems and thus I never owned an Intellevision. I do recall seeing a friend that had the system and thought it was the craziest, most insanely weird looking game system and controllers I had ever seen. At an Entertainment Exchange Store called Bookman’s, I came across a whole stack of BOXED, with instructions and inserts, Intellivison games! Naturally, being the collector I am, I bought the entire stack without taking a blink, and now I’m the proud owner of NINE COMPLETE AND BOXED Intellivion games! Woohooo! They are in OUTSTANDING condition as well! One day I’ll complete a boxed Intellivision collection! Just remember that the Atari and Intellivion and other systems of the 80s are getting quite old, the longer you wait the harder they will become to find. Just think, in another 20 years or so these games will be 50 years old! :O Best start collecting them while you still can!

1. Auto Racing
2. Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack
3. Lock ‘N Chase
4. Mission X
5. NFL Football
6. Night Stalker
7. Snafu
8. Space Spartans
9. Triple Action

NINTENDO 64

I absolutely adore the N64 and its large collection of unique and outstanding games from Turok: Dinosaur Hunter to Glover to Body Harvest to Jet Force Gemini to Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon to Mischief Makers to Hybrid Heaven, the N64 is an absolutely top-notch system… and that’s without me mentioning some of the system’s best and most well-known AAA title like GoldenEye 007, Super Mario 64, Paper Mario, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Starfox 64, Super Smash Bros., Conker’s Bad Fur Day, Perfect Dark and Banjo-Kazooie/Banjo-Tooie. Despite those games, there are TONS AND TONS of amazing little-known gems on the system, like Space Station Silicon Valley that went unnoticed by the mainstream. However, there is a huge caveat with the N64, many of the games are as ugly as sin in this day-and-age and that makes them MUCH harder to play and enjoy. They are quite simply blurry, pixelated messes… Despite that, the system’s games still hold up surprisingly well. Most of the N64 games I own are from my younger days, and I kept the boxes and instructions to most (although some of the boxes are pretty beat up), I continue to buy boxed N64 games whenever I come across them. I’m still kicking myself I didn’t buy that new Hey You Pikachu boxed when it was $5 back in the day…. It’s also worth noting that the N64 controller is one hell of a unique gaming controller, but somewhat hard to use if you haven’t played in a long time.

1. Banjo-Kazooie
2. Body Harvest
3. Clayfighter 63 1/3
4. Clayfighter 63 1/3 Sculptor’s Cut
5. Diddy Kong Racing
6. F-Zero X
7. Glover
8. Goemon’s Great Adventure
9. GoldenEye 007
10. Hybrid Heaven
11. Jet Force Gemini
12. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (Gold Collector’s Edition version)
13. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
14. Lode Runner 3D
15. Mario Kart 64
16. Mischief Makers
17. Mortal Kombat 4
18. Mortal Kombat Trilogy
19. Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon
20. Nightmare Creatures
21. Perfect Dark
22. Pokemon Snap
23. Pokemon Stadium
24. Rampage World Tour
25. Resident Evil 2
26. Robotron 64
27. Star Fox 64
28. Star Soldier: Vanishing Earth
29. Super Smash Bros.
30. Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
31. Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
32. N64 Expansion Pak

NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (NES)

Obviously, the NES is the king of retro consoles, a statement of fact that quite simply CANNOT be argued or reckoned with. The absolutely gigantic library of videogames on the system is mightily impressive, but even more impressive is how good these games are. NES games are still highly playable, look perfectly fine even today and the gameplay is as great as ever… many of these games stand the test of time, and since the vast majority are side-scrolling titles, they are easy to grasp, easy to learn, but hard-as-hell to master. You gotta love the NES, who doesn’t? I am VERY happy and proud to own a whole plethora of boxed NES games. All of which I bought in more recent times, although several of my loose carts are from my childhood. :) Which was made up purely of NES! I remember when my cousin gave me Super Mario Bros. 2 for my bday, it was the happiest day of my young life. :D

1. 1943: The Battle Of Midway
2. The Adventures of Bayou Billy
3. Bucky O’Hare (Based on the 80s cartoon, a favorite of kid-me!)
4. Captain Skyhawk (Boxed)
5. Contra
6. Destination: EarthStar (Boxed)
7. Disney’s Talespin (Boxed)
8. Double Dragon
9. Dr. Mario
10. Dragon Warrior (Boxed)
11. Fester’s Quest
12. Final Fantasy (Boxed)
13. Gauntlet II (Boxed)
14. The Goonies II
15. Infiltrator
16. Jackal
17. Kung Fu
18. The Legend of Zelda
19. Metroid
20. Micro Machines
21. Ninja Gaiden
22. Ninja Gaiden II: Dark Sword of Chaos (Boxed)
23. Operation Wolf
24. Pinbot (Boxed)
25. Rygar
26. Section-Z
27. Star Soldier
28. Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt
29. Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet
30. Super Sprint
31. Swords & Serpents (Boxed)
32. T&C Surf Designs
33. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Boxed)
34. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game
35. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project
36. Tetris
37. Thundercade
38. To the Earth (Boxed)
39. Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? (Boxed w/Encyclopedia)
40. Xexyz: The Space Action Adventure
41. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
42. NES 2 System (slim redesign, top-loader)

MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY

I got this “game” (is it a game? I don’t even know…) included in the mix of loose Atari 2600 titles that I purchased as you can read above under the Atari 2600. Obviously, because I was born before the Atari-age (well, I was born, but too young) I did not own nor have I ever seen a Magnavox Odyssey. I do know a tiny bit about it just because of my interest in videogames, but not much. I need to educate myself…

1. Ody2

SUPER NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (SNES)

Who can argue with the Super NES? With one of the greatest and largest libraries of AAA titles in all genres, the SNES is a powerhouse system to be reckoned with, and routinely makes the vote as the best system of all time.

1. Actraiser (Boxed)
2. Battleclash (Boxed)
3. C-2 Judgment Clay (Clayfighter 2)
4. ClayFighter 1
5. Contra III: The Alien Wars
6. Donkey Kong Country
7. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest (Boxed)
8. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble!
9. EarthBound (Boxed) – My ORIGINAL copy bought in 1998 at Blockbuster for $15! As the SNES was fazing out. :)
10. F-Zero (Boxed)
11. Justice League: Task Force
12. Killer Instinct + Killer Cuts Soundtrack CD (Boxed)
13. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Boxed)
14. Mario Paint (Boxed)
15. Mega Man X (still own the original manual from when I was a kid for this super rare game!)
16. Mortal Kombat
17. NBA Jam
18. The Peace Keepers (One of my top 10 favorite games of all time! A fantastic beat ’em up)
19. Pilotwings
20. The Simpson’s: Bart’s Nightmare
21. Space Megaforce (One of the greatest shoot ’em ups of all time, and one of my top 10 favorite games ever!)
22. Star Fox (Boxed)
23. Street Fighter II Turbo (Boxed)
24. Super Game Boy (accessory that allows you to play Game Boy games on SNES!)
25. Super Mario All-Stars (Contains SMB1, SMB2, SMB3 and Lost Levels) (Boxed, from childhood)
26. Super Mario Kart (Boxed)
27. Super Mario World
28. Super Metroid (One of my favorite games of all time! Boxed)
29. Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (Boxed, easily my top 10 favorites of all time!)
30. Super Punch-Out!!
31. Super R-Type
32. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time (Boxed, VERY PROUD of this!)
33. Ultraman (Boxed)
34. Vortex (Boxed, light-gun Super Scope 6 game)
35. Warlock (Boxed)
36. SNES 2 (slim, redesigned system)
37. EarthBound Strategy Guide, bought for $80 on ebay to complete the set! My original copy didn’t come with the Strategy Guide/manual!

SEGA MASTER SYSTEM

The Sega Master System is Sega’s little-known 8bit videogame system that was released in Japan in 1985 in Japan as opposed to the NES (called the FamiCon for “Family Computer” in Japan) that hit Japan in 1983. The NES hit America in October of 1985 whereas the Sega Master System hit America in June 1986. The Master System was beaten to a pulp by the NES, and not many people had Master System (none that I knew), although the system does have some classic Sega titles that are very good. I never owned the system and don’t know much about it to be quite honest….

1. Double Dragon

SEGA SATURN

The Sega Saturn proceeded the Genesis (after the Sega 32x and Sega CD peripherals) and competed with the Sony PlayStation, ultimately being defeated by it and being proceeded by the Sega Dreamcast. A cousin of mine was HUGE into all the Sega systems and owned them ALL (Even a Genesis/32x/Sega CD combo), but I honestly don’t remember the Saturn much. I bought one for $70 from Bookman’s. I don’t own any games for it yet, but I hope to track some good ones down!

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WII VIRTUAL CONSOLE

The Wii Virtual Console was a revolutionary idea by Nintendo, and one that we really must celebrate. With the introduction of the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo kicked off its digital service by re-releasing classic videogames for classic consoles, including the NES, SNES and N64. The company has continued to increase its digital catalog of retro games in their original form, as well as introduce lesser-known consoles to be played on the Virtual Console, with their accompanied hit games, including the Neo Geo, TurboGrafx-16 and Turbo Duo CD, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Arcade games and Commodore 64. To this day Nintendo still releases new games for the Wii Virtual Console, even if the 3DS and it’s eShop and Game Boy/Game Gear/NES Virtual Console have taken the focus away from the Wii. As far as I’m concerned, the Wii Virtual Console is one of the best reasons to own a Wii. Period.

1. Adventure Island
2. Blaster Master
3. A Boy And His Blob: Trouble On Blobolonia
4. Breath of Fire II
5. Castlevania
6. Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest
7. Double Dragon
8. Final Fantasy
9. Gradius
10. Kid Icarus
11. Kirby’s Adventure
12. The Legend of Kage
13. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
14. Mario Party 2
15. Metroid
16. Mighty Bomb Jack
17. Ninja Gaiden
18. NInja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos
19. NInja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom
20. Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
21. Super C
22. Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
23. Super Mario World
24. Super Metroid
25. Super Smash Bros.

SONY PLAYSTATION (PS1, PSX or PSOne)

A very, VERY easy argument can be made that the PS1 is the greatest system of all time. It easily has the largest library of games ever concieved (or so it seems) and is home to some of the most critically acclaimed games of all time, such as all of the Final Fantasy titles of two/three generations ago, like Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy IX. Having said that, like with the N64, many PSOne games have not aged very well, and look ugly as Satan’s dung, especially the earlier PlayStation games. Even so, many of the game’s hold up gameplay-wise, and to knock the system on graphics is quite foolish. While your eyes may burn, the gameplay is still great for many titles. In modern times, there is not a ton of reasons to own a PS1, as most of the PSX best games have been re-released for the PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network, where you can purchase and download them digitally. Of course, doing it this way doesn’t give you the awesome switch-CD screens and the immense satisfaction of having to go back to the game case, pick up disc 2, open the system, take out disc 1, and stick in disc 2… a process that still puts a smile on my face and is enough to pick a hardcopy version over a digital version any day! I own a very wide number of PS1 games and own some very proud collectable copies that make me swell with pride, including Alundra, Arc the Lad Collection (complete), All of the Square Enix collector’s discs in games like Brave Fencer Musashi and Parasite Eve, The Legend of Dragoon, a black-label Metal Gear Solid, and more. :)

1. Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare (Non-Greatest Hits black label)
2. Alundra (Non GH)
3. Apocalypse Starring Bruce Willis (non-GH)
4. Arc the Lad Collection
5. Battle Arena Toshinden (Tall, old-school case, non-jewel case)
6. Brave Fencer Musashi (Non GH, includes Final Fantasy VII Playable Demo Square Enix Collector’s CD)
7. Chrono Cross (Greatest Hits)
8. Deathtrap Dungeon (NonGH)
9. Destruction Derby (Tall, old-school case, non-jewel case)
10. Dino Crisis (Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Demo Disc Included)
11. Fear Effect (Non GH)
12. Fear Effect 2: Retro Helix (Non GH)
13. Final Fantasy Anthology * (Includes Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI)
14. Final Fantasy Chronicles (Includes Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger. Greatest Hits)
15. Final Fantasy IX *
16. Final Fantasy Origins (Remastered compilation of Final Fantasy I and Final Fantasy II. Non GH)
17. Final Fantasy VII (Greatest Hits)
18. Final Fantasy VIII (Non GH)
19. The King of Fighters ’99 (Non GH)
20. The Legend of Dragoon (Non GH)
21. Legend of Legaia (Non GH)
22. Martian Ghotic: Unification
23. Mega Man 8 (Greatest Hits)
24. Metal Gear Solid (Non GH)
25. The Next Tetris
26. NFL GameDay ’99
27. Parasite Eve (Non GH, includes Square Enix 1998 Collector’s CD w/demos)
28. Pocket Fighter (Non GH)
29. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (Greatest Hits)
30. RPG Maker (Non GH)
31. Silent Hill (Non GH)
32. Tekken (Tall, old-school case, non-jewel case)
32. Tekken 2 (GH)
33. Tekken 3 (GH)
34. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4
35. Triple Play ’99
36. UmJammer Lammy
37. Warhawk (Tall, old-school case, non-jewel case)
38. Wild-9 (Non GH)
39. Wipeout (Tall, old-school case, non-jewel case)

PLAYSTATION PORTABLE (PSP)

The PSP is a little powerhouse of a system with a phenemonal library of games. Games that look extremely good and are as good-looking as PlayStation 2 titles, if not better. You really can’t reckon with the PSP’s huge library of games. Even though the system lost to the Nintendo DS in terms of sales, the system is still getting incredible games in every genre. While the amount of “heavy hitter” must-have PSP games may be relatively small, the number of fantastic niche titles on the system is almost second-to-none. If you buy a PSP, you are bound to find a lot to like and many choices to choose from. I do not yet own any UMD Movies, but some day I want to collect and finish off a PSP UMD Movie collection while you can still easily find them. :) I’ve actually never owned a PSP and still do not own one (I’ll buy one soon though for sure), even so I am proud to own Mega Man X: Maverick Hunter (I also still really want Mega Man: Powered Up), Lunar: Silver Star Harmony.

1. The 3rd Birthday *
2. Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower
3. Lunar: Silver Star Harmony – Premium Edition
4. Mega Man X: Maverick Hunter
5. Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! *
6. Rengoku: The Tower of Purgatory
7. Ys: The Ark of Napishtim

PLAYSTATION 3 (PS3)

The PS3 is an amazing system with amazing games. The third in the line of systems from Sony, the PS3 successfully took on the Xbox 360 and has just as many good games in all genres, including blockbuster titles, every third-party game that matters, and a huge number of awesome exclusives, in both small and big forms. I’ve owned TWO PS3s, both times I ended up selling the system to help pay for rent and food to keep me and my brother afloat when we hit hard times… I’ll be buying a third as soon as I can afford it again. :P Sadly my PS3 collection was very small and I never played the system much when I owned it. But I still plan on tracking down many of the PS3’s incredible titles that I missed out on, like the Uncharted and Killzone games. The PS3 also has a plethora of outstanding titles for their digital downloadable storefront, the PlayStation Network (which I’ve given its own category).

1. 3D Dot Game Heroes *
2. Demon’s Souls: Deluxe Edition *
3. Final Fantasy XIII – Limited Collector’s Edition (European-exclusive CE. Cost me a pretty penny to get this imported to the U.S. by a Dutch friend, namely $120!)
4. Ninja Gaiden Sigma *

PLAYSTATION NETWORK(PSN)

The PSN, like the Xbox Live Arcade for Microsoft’s competing system, is an amazing place stuffed to the gills with outstanding, original, unique, and Indie titles that deserve everyone’s attention. Additionally, the PlayStation Network is home to retro titles from Sony’s extense catalog of classic games from their prior systems, which are available in the 100s(!) digitally! These include PSOne classics made up of the best the original PlayStation had to offer, as well as the newer PStwo Classics made up of the best PS2 games from last generation! Unlike Nintendo, Sony has been extremely diligitent in giving gamers and PS3 owners access to the greatest that their prior systems have to offer, both first and third-party-wise, on a weekly basis and at a quick click, with nearly every game worth owning on the PS1 accounted for. The PSN also allows players to download bite-sized PSminis titles, for play on the PSP, PS3 or PS Vita (PS1 and PS2 titles also can be played on PS1, PSP or PS Vita), ensuring that PS3 gamers have no shortage of incredible entertainment available to them at all times.

1. Mortal Kombat 2
2. Super Stardust HD

STEAM (PC, Mac)

The Steam platform is a computer application that can be run for Windows or Mac machines, developed and maintained by videogame developer-turned-publisher Valve, who made the Half-Life, Portal, Left4Dead games among others. Many people had declared PC gaming “dead”, or near-so, especially when many of the biggest videogame retailers, particularly GameStop, completely halted carrying PC games or relgated them to a very small section of the store, in lieu of console and handheld titles. Filling in this step and creating a PC revolution was Valve with their Steam service. Steam was not the first digital PC store, but it was the first to do it in such a way where the number of Steam uers kept growing and growing and growing to now, over 300 million Steam accounts. Part of their success has been their fierce dedication to slashing prices in extreme ways (sometimes up to 90% off!) with frequent sales, which allow you to buy even the biggest AAA videogames at such discounted prices that you feel like you’d be crazy to pass it up. Because of this, Steam dominated the field and is now by far the #1 way that PC players buy their videogames. Other services exist, like GOG.com, EA’s Origin (modeled after Steam), OnLive and GameStop’s Impulse service, but Steam is the juggernaut and will likely NEVER be beaten. It also pioneered the PC Achievements system, and many other fantastic features. If you don’t have Steam, go to http://www.steampowered.com and start stocking up on amazing games for the price of the McDonald’s dollar menu. One of the main reasons I’m a crazy-hoarding collector, is due to how I own close to 300 Steam games, but have only ever played one of them (called “And Yet It Moves”)…. As collector’s often do, my Backlog is enormous and seemingly abominable, and yet I keep buying and buying…. A fact I’m actually proud of. :P I own many Steam games that I never would’ve bought otherwise, but simply could not pass up on, and thus my collection is HUGE, and much larger than my GOG collection.

1. AaAaAA!!! – A Reckless Disregard for Gravity
2. Alien Breed 2: Assault
3. Alien Breed 3: Descent
4. Alien Breed: Impact
5. Aliens vs Predator
6. Alpha Protocol
7. Altitude
8. Amnesia: The Dark Descent
9. And Yet It Moves
10. Aquaria
11. Arcadia
12. Atom Zombie Smasher
13. Audiosurf
14. Avadon: The Black Fortress
15. Aztaka
16. Bastion
17. Beat Hazard
18. Ben There, Dan That!
19. The Binding of Isaac
20. BioShock
21. BIT.TRIP.BEAT
22. BIT.TRIP RUNNER
23. Blur
24. Bob Came In Pieces
25. Borderlands
26. Braid
27. Bully: Scholarship Edition
28. Burn Zombie Burn
29. Cave Story+
30. Chains
31. Chantelise
32. Cogs
33. Company of Heroes
34. Costume Quest
35. Crayon Physics Deluxe
36. Crysis
37. Crysis Warhead
38. Crysis Wars
39. Dark Fall: Lost Souls
40. Dark Messiah of Might & Magic
41. Darksiders
42. Darwinia
43. Day of Defeat: Source
44. Dead Space
45. Dead Space 2
46. Defense Grid: The Awakening
47. Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition
48. Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time
49. Dracula: Origin
50. Dungeon Defenders
51. Dungeons of Dredmor
52. EDGE
53. Empire: Total War
54. Eufloria
55. F.E.A.R.
56. F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin
57. F.E.A.R.: Extraction Point
58. F.E.A.R: Perseus Mandate
59. Fable: The Lost Chapters
60. Fallout: New Vegas
61. Far Cry 2
62. Far Cry 2: Fortunes Pack
63. Final Fantasy XI
64. Flight Control HD
65. Foreign Legion: Buckets of Blood
66. Frozen Synapse
67. Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved
68. Gish
69. Gothic
70. Gothic 3
71. Gothic II: Gold Edition
72. Grand Theft Auto
73. Grand Theft Auto 2
74. Grand Theft Auto III
75. Grand Theft Auto IV
76. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
77. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
78. Gratuitous Space Battles
79. Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes
80. Gumboy Crazy Features
81. Gumboy: Crazy Adventures
82. Half-Life
83. Half-Life 2
84. Half-Life 2: Deathmatch
85. Half-Life 2: Episode One
86. Half-Life 2: Episode Two
87. Half-Life 2: Lost Coast
88. Half-Life Deathmatch: Source
89. Half-Life: Blue Shift
90. Half-Life: Opposing Force
91. Half-Life: Source
92. Hammerfight
93. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
94. Hitman: Blood Money
95. Hitman: Codename 47
96. Homefront
97. Hydrophobia: Prophecy
98. Iron Grip: Warlord
99. Jamestown
100. King’s Bounty: Armored Princess
101. King’s Bounty: Crossworlds
102. King’s Bounty: The Legend
103. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
104. Larva Mortus
105. Left 4 Dead
106. Left 4 Dead 2
107. LIMBO
108. Lugaru HD
109. Lumines
110. Lumines: Advanced Pack
111. Machinarium
112. Madballs In… Babo: Invasion
113. Mafia
114. Magicka
115. Mass Effect
116. Mass Effect 2
117. Max Payne
118. Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne
119. Medieval II: Total War
120. Men of War
121. Metro 2033
122. Monkey Island 2: Special Edition
123. Multiwinia
124. Napoleon: Total War
125. Nation Red
126. NightSky
127. Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals
128. Obulis
129. Orcs Must Die!
130. Osmos
131. Overlord
132. Overlord II
133. Overlord: Raising Hell
134. Penumbra: Overture
135. Plants vs Zombies: Game of the Year
136. The Polynomial
137. Portal
138. Portal 2
139. Puzzle Agent
140. Puzzle Agent 2
141. Puzzle Quest
142. Quake
143. Quake 4
144. Quake II
145. Quake II: Ground Zero
146. Quake II: The Reckoning
147. Quake III Arena
148. Quake III: Team Arena
149. Quake Mission Pack 1: Scourge of Armagon
150. Quake Mission Pack 2: Dissolution of Eternity
151. Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale
152. Red Faction
153. Red Faction II
154. Red Faction: Guerrilla
155. Renegade Ops
156. Revenge of the Titans
157. Rhythm Zone
158. RIP
159. RIP 2: Strike Back
160. RIP 3: The Last Hero
161. Roc-Hard (Side Scrolling Indie Action Game w/Gravity/Phsycis Gameplay)
162. Rome: Total War – Alexander
163. Rome: Total War Gold Edition
164. RUSH
165. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat
166. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky
167. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
168. Samorost 2
169. Scratches: Director’s Cut
170. The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
171. Secret of the Magic Crystal
172. Sequence
173. Serious Sam Classic: The First Encounter
174. Serious Sam Classic: The Second Encounter
175. Serious Sam Double D
176. Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter
177. Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter
178. Serious Sam: The Random Encounter
179. Shadowgrounds
180. Shadowgrounds: Survivor
181. Shank
182. Shatter
183. Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper
184. Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis
185. SimCity 4 Deluxe
186. The Sims 3
187. SkyDrift
188. Solar 2
189. Space Pirates and Zombies
190. Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
191. Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith
192. Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
193. Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
194. Star Wars: Republic Commando
195. Star Wars: Dark Forces
196. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
197. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
198. Steel Storm: Burning Retribution
199. Super Meat Boy
200. Supreme Commander 2
201. Swarm Arena
202. Swords & Soldiers HD
203. Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 1 – Launch of the Screaming Narwhal
204. Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 2 – The Siege of Spinner Cay
205. Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 3 – Lair of the Leviathan
206. Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 4 – The Trial and Execution of Guybrush Threepwood
207. Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 5 – Rise of the Pirate God
208. Team Fortress Classic
209. Terraria
210. Time Gentlemen, Please!
211. Titan Quest
212. Toki Tori
213. Torchlight
214. Train Simulator 2012
215. Trine
216. Universe Sandbox
217. Vigil: Blood Bitterness
218. VVVVVV
219. Wasteland Angel
220. Windosill
221. Winter Voices
222. The Witcher: Enhanced Edition
223. World of Goo
224. Xotic
225. Zeno Clash
226. Zombie Driver

GOOD OLD GAMES (GOG)

GOG is an online digital PC game retail store where you can purchase classic PC games, as well as modern ones. As the name of the platform suggests, the focus was originally on retro games; however recently they changed the name to simply “GOG.com” (instead of the full name “Good Old Games”) and changed the focus to include modern and Indie games as well as retro PC classics. GOG is not really a platform like Steam or EA’s Origin, due to the fact that there is no software program to download. Instead, one of the big hooks and reasons to use GOG over other services is due to the fact that all games available for digital purchase are available DRM-free (Digital Rights Management), meaning that you outright own the games once you purchase them, and there are no hidden tracking software or other DRM controls hidden in the files you download. This flies in the face of most digital PC game platforms like Steam, where Valve has ultimate control and you only own a license to play the games, you don’t actually own them. Whereas with GOG, the games you purchase are yours to own, and you can do whatever you want with them. Re-download them as many times as you like, give them to everyone you know, it’s your choice. And you don’t have to be connected to a software platform like Steam to play them. You simply download the files and to any machine and launch them directly, no middleman platform. As such, GOG is one of the premier digital PC game services and they have a large and growing catalog of hit games well worth your time.

1. Age of Wonders
2. Alien Shooter + Expansions
3. Alone in the Dark
4. Alone in the Dark 2
5. Alone in the Dark 3
6. Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
7. Arcanum: Of Steamworks And Magick Obscura
8. Arx Fatalis
9. Baldur’s Gate: The Original Saga
10. Beyond Good & Evil
11. Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror
12. Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror – Remastered Edition
13. Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon
14. Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
15. Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars Directo’s Cut
16. Disciples 2 – Gold Edition
17. Divine Divinity
18. Enclave
19. Evil Genius
20. Fallout
21. Fallout 2
22. Gothic 2 – Gold Edition
23. Heroes of Might & Magic 3 – Complete Edition
24. Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games
25. The Longest Journey
26. Myst – Masterpiece Edition
27. Outcast
28. Painkiller – Black Edition
29. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
30. Psychonauts
31. Raptor: Call of the Shadows – 2010 Edition
32. Rayman 2: The Great Escape
33. Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc
34. Rayman Forever
35. Real Myst
36. Rise of the Triad: Dark War
37. Riven: The Sequel to Myst
38. Simon the Sorcerer 2
39. Simon: The Sorcerer
40. Still Life
41. Syberia
42. Syberia 2
43. Tyrian 2000
44. Under A Killing Moon

PC

1. Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2
2. Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun
3. Deer Avenger
4. Diplomacy 2000 – Microprose Version
5. The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind
6. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind – Collector’s Edition (Construction Set Disc Missing)
7. Full Throttle
8. Homeworld: Cataclysm
9. MechWarrior 3 – Gold Edition
10. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
11. Mortal Kombat 3
12. Neverwinter Nights
13. Return to Castle Wolfenstein
14. Roller Coaster Tycoon
15. The Sims
16. The Sims – Double Deluxe
17. The Sims – Hot Date Expansion
18. The Sims – House Party Expansion
19. The Sims – Superstar Expansion
20. The Sims – Unleashed Expansion
21. The Sims – Livin’ Large Expansion
22. Star Trek: Starfleet Academy
23. StarCraft
24. StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty
25. Submarine Titans
26. Total Annihilation
27. Trine
28. Tron 2.0 Demo
29. Unreal
30. Unreal Tournament
31. World of Warcraft

PC Downloads

1. Aquaria
2. Back to the Future: The Game Part 1 – It’s About Time!
3. Bit.Trip.Runner
4. Braid
5. Cortex Command
6. Crayon Physics Deluxe
7. EarthBound ROM
8. Gish
9. Gratuitous Space Battles
10. JackClaw
11. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening 2011 (Fanmade Remake)
12. Lugaru
13. Machinarium
14. Mother 1 (ROM NES With English Patch)
15. Mother 3 (ROM GBA English Patch)
16. NightSky HD
17. Osmos
18. Penumbra: Overture
19. Revenge of the Titans
20. Samorost 2
21. Shadowgrounds: Survivor
22. Shank
23. Super Meat Boy
24. Super Smash Bros. Land (Fan Made GB Game)
25. Trine
26. Ultima IV
27. World of Goo

Xbox Live Arcade (Xbox 360)

1. Aegis Wing
2. Boggle (Family Game Night)
3. Castle Crashers
4. Dorito’s Crash Course
5. Dorito’s Harm’s Way
6. Duke Nukem 3D
7. Family Game Night
8. Game Room
9. Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2
10. Halo Waypoint
11. Hexic HD
12. Ikaruga
13. Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet
14. Marble Blast Ultra
15. Perfect Dark HD
16. Prince of Persia Classic
17. Scrabble (Family Game Night)
18. Sonic & Knuckles
19. Sonic the Hedgehog
20. Sonic the Hedgehog 2
21. Sonic the Hedgehog 3
22. Super Meat Boy
23. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game
24. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles In Time Re-Shelled
25. Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
26. Yahtzee (Family Game Night)
27. Zombie Apocalypse

3DS

1. Kid Icarus: Uprising *
2. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D *
3. Mario Kart 7 *
4. Pokemon Rumble Blast *
5. Steel Diver *
6. Super Mario 3D Land *
7. Tetris: Axis *

3DS Downloads

1. 3D Classics: Excitebike
2. 3D Classics: Xevious
3. Alleyway
4. Balloon Fight
5. Donkey Kong Jr.
6. F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
7. Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
8. Ice Climbers
9. Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
10. Kirby’s Dream Land
11. The Legend of Zelda
12. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
13. The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
14. Mario Kart: Super Circuit
15. Mario vs Donkey Kong
16. Mario vs Donkey Kong: Minis March Again!
17. Metroid
18. Metroid 2: Return of Samus
19. Metroid Fusion
20. NES Open Tournament Golf
21. Pokedex 3D
22. Super Mario Bros.
23. Super Mario Land
24. Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins
25. Wario Land 4
26. WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Micro Games
27. Wrecking Crew
28. Yoshi
29. Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3
30. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
31. Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition

DS

1. Away: Shuffle Dungeon
2. Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
3. Chrono Trigger
4. Contact
5. Donkey Kong: Jungle Climber (European Copy)
6. Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen
7. Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2
8. Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
9. Elite Beat Agents
10. Etrian Odyssey (European Copy)
11. Final Fantasy III
12. Fossil Fighters: Champions
13. From the Abyss
14. Glory of Heracles
15. Kirby Mass Attack
16. Kirby: Squeak Squad (European Mouse Attack Version)
17. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
18. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
19. Lunar: Dragon Song
20. Magical Starsign
21. Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story
22. Mario Kart DS
23. Metal Slug 7
24. Meteos (European Copy Signed by Creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi)
25. New Super Mario Bros.
26. Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword
27. Nostalgia
28. Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box
29. Professor Layton and the Last Specter
30. Professor Layton and the Unwound Future
31. Soul Bubbles
32. Super Mario 64 DS
33. Trauma Center: Under the Knife

PS2

1. ALFA Romeo Racing Italiano
2. Armored Core 2
3. Armored Core 3
4. The Bouncer
5. Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter
6. Burnout Revenge
7. Capcom vs SNK 2: Mark of Millennium 2001
8. Castlevania: Lament of Innocence
9. Chulip
10. Clock Tower 3
11. Contra: Shattered Soldier
12. Dead To Rights
13. Devil May Cry (Part of the DMC Collection)
14. Devil May Cry 2 (Part of the DMC Collection)
15. Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition (Part of the DMC Collection)
16. Devil May Cry 5th Anniversary Collection Set
17. Digital Devil Saga
18. Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
19. Evergrace
20. Fatal Frame
21. Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
22. Fatal Frame III: The Tormented
23. Final Fantasy X
24. Final Fantasy XII – Collector’s Edition
25. Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance
26. Guilty Gear XX: Accent Core
27. Gungrave
28. Half-Life
29. Haven: Call of the King
30. I-Ninja
31. Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
32. Katamari Damacy
33. Killer 7
34. Kya: Dark Lineage
35. Legaia 2: Duel Saga
36. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
37. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
38. Malice
39. Manhunt
40. The Mark of Kri
41. Marvel vs Capcom 2
42. Maximo: Ghosts To Glory
43. Odin Sphere
44. Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny
45. Onimusha 3: Demon Siege
46. Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams
47. Persona 3
48. Persona 3: FES (Special Edition Version)
49. Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy
50. Raiden III: The Legendary Shooter Returns
51. Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
52. Resident Evil: Code Veronica X – 5th Anniversary Edition (with playable DMC Demo)
53. Rygar: The Legendary Adventure
54. Shadow of the Colossus
55. Shining Force NEO
56. Shinboi
57. Silent Hill 2
58. Silent Hill 3
59. Silpheed: The Lost Planet
60. Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus
61. Sphinx and the Cursed Money
62. Star Ocean: Till The End of Time
63. Street Fighter Alpha Anthology
64. Stretch Panic
65. Tekken 5
66. Tekken 5 – Ultimate Collector’s Edition (Includes Arcade Stick & Tekken Complete Series holder Included)
67. Tekken Tenth Anniversary Set (1995-2005, Slots for Tekken 1 to Tekken 5)
68. Virtua Fighter 4
69. Way of the Samurai
70. World of Heroes Anthology
71. Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille Zur Macht
72. Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Bose
73. Zone of the Enders
74. Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner

Xbox 360

1. Alan Wake – Limited Collector’s Edition
2. Alone in the Dark
3. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood – Collector’s Edition
4. Batman: Arkham Asylum – Collector’s Edition
5. Battle Fantasia
6. Beowulf: The Game
7. Chromehounds
8. Clive Barker’s Jericho
9. Conan
10. Condemned 2: Bloodshot
11. Dark Sector
12. Deathsmiles – Limited Edition
13. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion – Game of the Year Edition
14. G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
15. Gears of War – Limited Collector’s Edition
16. Grand Theft Auto IV
17. Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
18. Halo Reach – Legendary Edition
19. Kung Fu Panda (Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures Bundle)
20. Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures (Kung Fu Panda bundle)
21. Mirror’s Edge
22. Pocketbike Racer
23. Prey
24. Project Sylpheed: Arc of Deception
25. Resident Evil 5 – Collector’s Edition
26. Sneak King
27. Star Ocean: The Last Hope
28. Stuntman: Ignition (Target Exclusive)
29. Viking: Battle For Asgard
30. Viva Pinata – Collector’s Edition
31. The Witcher 2: Assassin’s Of Kings – Enhanced Edition (super rare review copy, only 1000 made!)

GameCube</h3)
1. Animal Crossing
2. Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg
3. Bloody Roar: Primal Fury
4. Chibi-Robo – Plug Into Adventure!
5. Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest
6. Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat
7. Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
8. F-Zero GX
9. Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
10. Game Boy Player
11. Ikaruga
12. The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition
13. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time / The Legend of Zelda: Master Quest Two-Disc Set
14. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
15. Lost Kingdoms
16. Mega Man X Collection
17. Metroid Prime
18. Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
19. Resident Evil Remake
20. Resident Evil 0
21. Resident Evil 2
23. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
24. Resident Evil 4 – GameStop Special Edition (Red metal tin case, #'d LE art print & RE Prologue thinbook)
25. Skies of Arcadia: Legends
26. Starfox Adventures
27. Taz: Wanted

Xbox

1. Batman: Dark Tomorrow
2. Beyond Good & Evil
3. Breakdown
4. Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon
5. Castlevania: Curse of Darkness
6. Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge
7. Curse: The Eye of Isis
8. Dead to Rights
9. Doom 3 – Limited Collector’s Edition
10. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind – Game of the Year Edition
11. Genma Onimusha
12. Gunvalkyrie
13. Halo: Combat Evolved
14. Jade Empire – Limited Edition
15. MechAssault
16. Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
17. Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance (Promotional Copy)
18. NBA 2K3
19. Ninja Gaiden
20. Ninja Gaiden: Black
21. Otogi 2: Immortal Warriors
22. Otogi: Myth of Demons
23. Panzer Dragoon Orta
24. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Platinum Hits)
25. Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
26. Shenmue 2
27. Silent Hill 2: Restless Dreams
28. X-Men Legends
29. X-Men: Next Dimension

Wii

1. Baroque
2. A Boy and His Blob
3. Cursed Mountain – Limited Edition
4. Deadly Creatures
5. Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat – New Play Control!
6. Epic Mickey – Collector’s Edition
7. Fortune Street
8. Kirby’s Return to Dreamland
9. Klonoa
10. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
11. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
12. Link’s Crossbow Training
13. MadWorld
14. Metroid Prime Trilogy
15. Metroid: Other M
16. Muramasa: The Demon Blade
17. Pikmin – New Play Control!
18. PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond
19. Punch-Out!!
20. Resident Evil 4 – Wii Edition
21. Samba de Amigo
22. Sin & Punishment: Star Successor
23. Super Mario All-Stars – Limited Edition
24. Super Mario Galaxy
25. Super Mario Galaxy 2
26. Super Smash Bros. Brawl
27. Trauma Center: Second Opinion
28. Trauma Team
29. Wii Sports
30. Wii Sports Resort
31. Xenoblade Chronicles + GameStop Artbook

WiiWare

1. Bit.Trip BEAT
2. Cave Story
3. Excitebike: World Rally
4. Metroid Prime 3 Preview

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