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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by bestrfcplayer, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. Zelig

    Zelig Beep Boop

    Jul 8, 2002
    I have a PC, which can play any of the following consoles' games:

    Magnavox Odyssey 1972 Magnavox console
    Coleco Telstar 1976 Coleco Dedicated
    Fairchild Channel F / Video Entertainment System (VES) 1976 Fairchild console
    Channel F System II 1979 Fairchild console
    Philips Odyssey 1976 Philips console
    Pong 1976 Atari Inc. Arcade
    RCA Studio II 1976 RCA console
    Atari 2600 / Atari Video Computer System (VCS) / Sears Video Arcade 1977 Atari Inc. console
    Atari 2600 Jr. 1986 Atari Inc. console
    Atari 2800 / Sears Video Arcade II (Japan Only) 1983 Atari, Inc console
    Coleco Gemini (Atari 2600 hardware clone) ~1982 Coleco console
    TV Boy ~1990 console
    TV Boy 2 console
    Super TV-Boy 1995 Akor console
    Bally Astrocade 1977 Midway console
    Color TV Game 6 (Japan Only) 1977 Nintendo Dedicated
    Color TV Game 15 (Japan Only) 1978 Nintendo Dedicated
    Color TV Racing 112 (Japan Only) 1978 Nintendo Dedicated
    Color TV Game Block Breaker (Japan Only) 1979 Nintendo Dedicated
    Computer TV Game (Japan Only) ~1979
    Interton VC 4000 1978 Interton console
    Magnavox Odyssey² 1978 Magnavox / Philips console
    APF Imagination Machine 1979 APF console
    Microvision 1979 Milton Bradley Handheld
    Game & Watch 1980 Nintendo Handheld
    Intellivision 1980 Mattel console
    Intellivision II 1983 Mattel console
    System Changer (Unlicensed Atari 2600 Compatibility)
    PlayCable 1981
    CreatiVision 1981 VTech console
    Epoch Cassette Vision 1981 Epoch console
    Emerson Arcadia 2001 1982 Emerson Radio console
    Atari 5200 1982 Atari Inc. console
    ColecoVision 1982 Coleco console
    Expansion Module #1 (Unlicensed Atari 2600 Compatibility)
    Commodore MAX Machine 1982 Commodore console / Home computer
    Entex Adventure Vision 1982 Entex console
    Vectrex 1982 Smith Engineering console
    Sega SG-1000 1983 Sega console
    Sega SG-1000 II 1984 Sega console

    2nd 8-bit era/post-crash of 1983 era (1983–1989): third generation
    Game Boy 1989 Nintendo Handheld
    Game Boy Pocket 1996 Nintendo Handheld
    Game Boy Light (Japan Only) 1997 Nintendo Handheld
    Sega Game Gear 1991 Sega Handheld
    PV-1000 1983 Casio console
    Super Cassette Vision 1984 Epoch console
    Supergame VG 3000 1985 CCE console [1]
    Commodore 64GS 1990 Commodore console
    TurboGrafx-16 1989 NEC console
    PC Engine 1987 NEC console
    Atari 7800 1986 Atari Corporation console
    Sega SG-1000 1983 Sega console
    Sega SG-1000 II 1984 Sega console
    Sega Master System, Sega Mark III 1985 Sega console
    Sega Master System II 1992 Sega console
    Sega Master System III Sega console
    PlayPal 2006 Coleco Handheld
    Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Famicom 1983 Nintendo console
    NES-101 / AV Famicom 1993 Nintendo console
    Famicom Disk System (Japan Only) 1986 Nintendo console add-on
    Action Max 1987 Worlds of Wonder console
    Amstrad GX4000 1990 Amstrad console

    16-bit era (1989–1993): fourth generation
    Sega Mega Drive / Sega Genesis 1989 Sega console
    Sega Mega Drive II Sega console
    Sega Genesis II (North America Only) Sega console
    Sega Mega Drive III (Brazil Only) Sega console
    Sega Genesis 3(North America Only) Sega console
    Sega CD 1992 Sega console add-on
    Sega Genesis 32X / Sega Mega Drive 32X / Sega Super 32X 1994 Sega console add-on
    Atari Lynx 1989 Atari Corporation Handheld
    TurboGrafx-16 1989 NEC console
    TurboGrafx-CD NEC console
    TurboExpress 1990 NEC Handheld
    SuperGrafx 1989, Japan NEC console
    Konix Multisystem Unreleased Konix console
    Amstrad GX4000 1990 Amstrad console
    Neo-Geo 1990 SNK console / Arcade
    Neo-Geo CD 1994 SNK console
    Neo-Geo CDZ 1994 SNK console
    Commodore CDTV 1991 Commodore console / Personal computer
    Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) 1991 Nintendo console
    Super Famicom 1990, Japan Nintendo console
    SNES 2 / Super Famicom Jr. 1997 Nintendo console
    Satellaview (Japan Only) 1993 Nintendo console add-on
    Super Game Boy 1994, U.K. Nintendo console add-on
    Super Game Boy 2 1998 Nintendo console add-on
    FM Towns Marty (Japan Only) 1991 Fujitsu console
    CD-i 1991 Philips console / Media player
    TurboDuo 1992 Turbo Technologies console
    PC Engine Duo 1991, Japan Turbo Technologies console
    Supervision 1992 Watara Handheld
    Mega Duck/Cougar Boy 1993 Creatonic / Timlex / Videojet Handheld
    Pioneer LaserActive 1993 Pioneer console
    Sega Nomad 1995 Sega Handheld
    Super A'Can 1995 Funtech console

    32/64-bit era (1993–1998): fifth generation
    Virtual Boy 1995 Nintendo console
    Apple Pippin 1995 Bandai console
    PC-FX 1994 NEC console
    Atari Jaguar 1993 Atari Corporation console
    Atari Jaguar CD 1995 Atari Corporation console
    PlayStation 1994 Sony console
    PocketStation 1999 Sony Handheld
    Net Yaroze 1997 Sony console development kit
    PSone 2000 Sony console
    Sega Saturn 1994 Sega console
    3DO 1993 Panasonic / Sanyo / GoldStar console
    Amiga CD32 1993 Commodore console
    Casio Loopy 1995 Casio console
    R-Zone 1995 Tiger Electronics Handheld
    FM Towns Marty 1991 Fujitsu console
    Game.com 1997 Tiger Electronics Handheld
    Pioneer LaserActive 1993 Pioneer console
    Playdia 1994 Bandai console
    Neo Geo Pocket 1998 SNK Handheld
    Game Boy Color 1998 Nintendo Handheld
    Nintendo 64 1996 Nintendo console
    Nintendo 64DD 1999 Nintendo console add-on

    128-bit era (1998–2004): sixth generation
    Atari Flashback 2004 Atari Dedicated
    Dreamcast 1998 Sega console
    Game Boy Advance 2001 Nintendo Handheld
    Game Boy Advance SP 2003 Nintendo Handheld
    Game Boy Advance SP Mark II 2005 Nintendo Handheld
    Game Boy Micro 2005 Nintendo Handheld
    GP32 2001 GamePark Handheld
    N-Gage 2003 Nokia Handheld
    N-Gage QD 2004 Nokia console
    Neo Geo Pocket Color 1999 SNK Handheld
    Nintendo GameCube 2001 Nintendo console
    IQue Player 2003 Nintendo console
    Panasonic Q 2001 Nintendo / Panasonic console
    PlayStation 2 2000 Sony console
    PlayStation 2 Slimline 2004 Sony console
    PSX (DVR) 2003 Sony console
    Q Game Boy Player 2001 Panasonic / Nintendo console
    SwanCrystal 2002 Bandai Handheld
    Tapwave Zodiac 2003 Tapwave Handheld
    V.Smile VTech console
    WonderSwan 1999 Bandai Handheld
    WonderSwan Color 2000 Bandai Handheld
    XaviXPort gaming console 2004 console

    Seventh generation (2004-present)
    Nintendo DS 2004 Nintendo Handheld
    Nintendo DS Lite 2006 Nintendo Handheld
    Nintendo DSi 2009 Nintendo Handheld
    Wii 2006 Nintendo console
  2. Dachs

    Dachs Hero of the Soviet Union

    Feb 23, 2005
  3. Kraznaya

    Kraznaya Princeps

    Sep 28, 2005
    Land of the Successor
    I have a 360 in the states. I only have a PSP here, which I never use.
  4. Integral

    Integral Can't you hear it?

    Apr 12, 2007
    Boston, MA
    My roommates and I have:

    - 2x self-built PCs that can handle just about any game you throw at them
    - 2x Xbox 360
    - 2x N64 (yeah!)
    - PS3
    - Wii
    - Gamecube
  5. bigdog5994

    bigdog5994 Lady Day

    Jun 6, 2006
    Huntsville, Alabama
    :goodjob: Bonk is the greatest game ever

    we have a Wii
  6. D'Artagnan59

    D'Artagnan59 The Gascon

    Mar 4, 2006
    New England
    Sega Genesis
    Sega CD
    Sega 32X
    Super Nintendo
    Nintendo 64
    Game Boy Color
    Game Boy Advance
    PlayStation 2
    Xbox 360
  7. Annex

    Annex Tyranny and Mutation

    Jul 20, 2007
    New York State
    Playstation 2
  8. Cheezy the Wiz

    Cheezy the Wiz Socialist In A Hurry

    Jul 18, 2005
  9. Zardnaar

    Zardnaar Chieftain

    Nov 16, 2003
    Dunedin, New Zealand
    What ones do you not like that you actually own?

    PSP collects dust, outclassed by the DS which is more fun to play despite being less powerful.
    PS3. Bit pointless if you have a 360.
    Wii. Not good by itself, decent enough when combined with a PS3 or 360.
  10. Mad Man

    Mad Man Your lord and master

    Apr 15, 2008
    Empire of Maryland
    Generation NEX(famiclone)
    Super NES
    Game Boy Pocket
    Super Game Boy
    Game Boy Color
    Game Boy Advanced SP+
    Nintendo 64
    Pokemon mini
    x2 DS Light
    Sega Master System
    Sega Genesis
    Sega CD
    Sega Saturn
    Sega Dreamcast
    Game Gear
    Neo Geo Pocket
    Turbo Grafx-16
    Atari Flashback
    Atari Flashback 2
    Spider-Man Plug and Play(Game Key edition)
    Deal Or No Deal Plug and Play
    Super Pac-Man plug and play
    Windows Vista
    Game Lounge(not a video game system per say but rater a video game on demand channel by direct tv)
    thats all I can think of right now:p
  11. Hygro

    Hygro soundcloud.com/hygro/

    Dec 1, 2002
    San Antonio, Texas
    If you have Fantasy Empires I'm coming over.

    I only care about modern consoles for Legend of Zelda. I still enjoy other games but I just don't care enough to buy new consoles, or really the games even if I have the console.
  12. Grey Fox

    Grey Fox Master of Points

    Dec 19, 2001
    Up to date PC with recent 4-core processor with a DX10, not the best, but good Gfx card and 4GB RAM. And I recently got an Xbox 360 Controller for PC, which works great.
    And I have a GameBoy Advance

    My brother has a Wii, but some friend of his who we have had a hard time tracking down has it atm.
    We both have a PS2 and the first Xbox each. And I have a GameCube and my other brother has a GameCube.
    Before that we had a Nes, Snes, Playstation and N64 together.
  13. J-man

    J-man Chieftain

    Oct 12, 2007
    Nijmegen, the Netherlands
    Snes, pc

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