Right because my Mac was being an absolute dick this took like 5 hours so here goes, basically my entire collection. Small but I like it, although I've lost stuff mainly due to my dick brother throwing away boxes.
Important note I have been required to state: a good chunk of this collection is courtesy of my other half.
These are all resized to ~300KB so shouldn't be too bad.
Some (impossible to photograph) PVM/CRT goodness (only composite picture for now):
Took AndyXL's advice and tried some Waverace 64, it is indeed much more playable but 9 laps is strawberry floating mad
Also played some V-Rally, it's impressive for the 64 although as soon as you hit something the cars bounce around like they're balloons on ice which is hilarious, not to mention seeing the track draw in front of you really ages these games.
Bit of 1080, gooseberry fool at this game, it's as hard to pick up speed as I remember and don't even bother doing tricks/jumps to begin with, it's a pretty hardcore snowboarding sim in that respect, nothing like SSX. This is the AI bailing all over the place on the title screen.
Consoles, need dusting.
Always hook up MD Model 1 via Stereo!
My girlfriend's yellow Dreamcast. Mine was stolen.
GF's SNES needs a good clean, I believe it is still coke on there..
My green N64. Had the box, builders or some banana splits threw it out. The controller is cracked from smashing it against a wall, can't remember why. But it works.
Best console ever + GameBoy Player. Still smells of Japan
More consoles. The Xbox is modded, the gold N64 controller is from the GoldenEye bundle. I found the PS1 and 4 controllers in a bin.
Also from a bin, works fine, had to stealth flash photo this one because woman was asleep
strawberry floating controllers
It is what it is. The bongos are awful, don't buy them (forgot to resize, sorry)
GameBoys, this is probably the best part of the collection (except maybe GC)
Metroid II, I'll never complete it because it's a bitch
Pokemans, I had Silver too but no idea what happened to it. Red is GF's - it's fate
Still have the Trainer's Guide
This one's pretty good, a US copy I got from a fake Video Box I got stuff from. It's basically mint
"On videocassette or DVD"
I can't believe the condition this box is in, my gf's parents somehow kept it all immaculate in the attic along with several others
The poster is strawberry floating rad
Great game. The fact I still have the manual for this indicates it one of the one's my knob brother threw away from my storage cupboard (but left about 90% of the other things, rendering the act utterly pointless but halving the value of my collection. Thanks)
afaik these aren't half bad. The boxes are immaculate too
Used to rinse the Harvest Moon games, when they were good
I only finished Oracle of Ages a few months ago, yet to complete DX which I'm playing on 3DS
Really good copy
A lot of these inserts are fun to look over
The worst victims of the great dickery box purge. Both are awesome. I only recently found Zero Mission floating around loose in a Tesco's bag, completely by accident.
Found Advance Wars 2 on import in the middle of a road trip, never beat the game. It's rock hard. It's interesting the US copies each come with a Nintendo Power subscription leaflet that's tailored to each game. I still have the original receipt from 2003.
Note sure what this insert was from, but interestingly it's even printed
in Japan. It seems Nintendo hadn't yet moved their distribution overseas or it's cheaper for Nintendo to ship everything cross-Atlantic from Japan than use a distribution centre. In Europe it's done in Germany now.
Got Yoshi's Island together with my GBA:SP. The backlight made a massive difference to the game. I think they were released at the same time.
As it happens it includes this liquid silver themed poster Nintendo were going for at the time, I remember it well. Still the best handheld design.
Couple of boxed SNES & 64 games. Taz Express is gooseberry fool but is worth a bit for some reason. RIP my copy of Banjo-Tooie.
Have the manual for the SGB. The Super Scope is burried somewhere but it's in perfect condition. Of course, it's completely awful.
Decent copy of Yoshi's Island, but need to reflow some solder somewhere, as it crashes on Level 3 or something. It still has save memory so you can just skip that level.
When Mario was 2ft high
Why did Nintendo make this
This is quite valuable. Weird, turn based Kirby golf game. I haven't got into it. The manual on the right is for the SGB, showing how you can make custom colour pallets.
A battered but nonetheless complete copy of Starwing. I only recently managed to beat 1 pathway.
One of 2 MD games (inc. Sonic 2). My step-sister sold about 15 of my MegaDrive games. Yep another sibling betrayal. Bought this on recommendation from GRcade, it's really strawberry floating good, very hard. I've managed to make it to the 5th level that you can't select, I think it's 7 in total but is basically impossible at that point.
Rayman 2 is a pretty solid, smooth platformer. I got pretty far but then my memory pack died and now I can't save. I remeber being furious with my brother because I was convinced he had deleted the save file. My step-sisters friend DID delete my Pokemon Blue save though, with 100s of hours on it. strawberry float them, seriously.
Put insane amount of hours into Smash. It cost £50. I sold all my beanie babies to pay for it.
I've never player Mario 64 because Banjo-Kazooie. They were both on the shelf at Woolies. Correct choice.
Top Gear Overdrive was the cheap game my dad bought with the system. It's not actually that bad. Yoshi's Story is cute but terrible really.
Most of these mint PS1 games were found in a bin. Some good'uns, fun to drop into on the backwards compatible PS3 - HDMI ftw. That silver DVD case is the 1st disk of MGS for some reason.
This is a limited edition pre-order bonus MGS memory card from Woolworths. Also from the bin
Mostly decent DC games. Resi 2 is worth a bit. Both THPS games run at higher FPS than PS1
ReVolt is excellent
My GC collection. Someone stole MGS:TS so I traded Luigi's Mansion and Rogue Squadron for it on here from HM in his giant sale of Cal's entire collection. Worth it, but I do miss those games. I have an extra case for Metroid Prime because the disk mysteriously disappeared. Probably shouldn't have sold Freedom Fighters, slightly clumsy game but it was interesting. I think Melatonin has it.
The standout collectables. Some guy actually had me take a picture of him holding Twin Snakes once. He was strange.
Most (I think) of my NGC collection/subscription. This magazine was fantastic. I even used to read it on holiday.
Current set-up. The lego is a Raspberry Pi that playe emulators, the black case is a PC (missing power supply) and the PS3 is the backwards compatible one with several more PS1 games on it.
So there you have it, a small but nice variety of things to play.
I haven't included my Wii, Wii U or PS3 games. I had about 25 Xbox 360 games and a 4GB Lite console (I wont that in a raffle), but I just never played it. Most Xbox games are just too shooty shooty, vrum vrum brown for me. I don't find the libraries inspiring, plus I have a billion games on Steam and it's basically a PC. Anyway, that's not very retro.
Edit: Oh and I forgot my PS2 games but probably the only notable ones are Burnouts, DMC and Ico, GTAs etc. I had Okami but traded it in - the Wii version is better.