Video Games I Own

After being bogged down in the technical nature of this site for some time, I thought it was time to post something completely whimsical and orchestrated solely for my own amusement. Little is more amusing to me than the ubiquitous “trip down memory lane”. Thus, I have here composed this documentation of each and every video game I own. They are bound to number many, as I have been exposed to video games for almost the entirety of my life, and never sold or otherwise gotten rid of a single one of them. You could say that I am charting the course of my life in video games, but I won’t, as I have done many other things as well.

Atari 2600:
Asteroids, Basketball, Berzerk, Bowling, Centipede, Circus Atari, Combat, Defender, Dig Dug, E.T., Freeway, Frogger, Galaxian, Grand Prix, Haunted House, Ice Hockey, Joust, Kaboom!, Kangaroo, Keystone Kapers*, Laser Blast, Missile Command, Moon Patrol**, Mouse Trap, Night Driver, Pac-Man, Pitfall!, Pole Position, Q*bert, Sea Quest, Skate Boardin’, Sky Jinks, Space Invaders, Spider Fighter, Stampede, Super Breakout, Superman, Vanguard***, Yars’ Revenge
*: Don’t ask me why they deliberately misspelled “capers”.
**: Interim best, since I can't seem to locate Vanguard.
***: Undoubtedly the best... if only I could find it.
Purchased System: Don't remember.
Total Number of Atari 2600 Games: 39

Game Boy:
Alleyway, The Castlevania Adventure, Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge, Championship Pool, The Chessmaster, Final Fantasy Adventure, Final Fantasy Legend, Final Fantasy Legend II, Final Fantasy Legend III, Fist of the North Star, Gargoyle’s Quest, Kirby’s Dream Land, Kwirk, Metroid II: Return of Samus, Mortal Kombat, NBA All-Star Challenge, Nemesis, Penguin Wars, Play Action Football, SolarStriker, Super Mario Land, Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins, Tennis, Tetris, Zelda: Link’s Awakening
Purchased System: December, 1989
Total Number of Game Boy Games: 25

"Hand-Held" Games:
(note: I’m not certain as to whether or not these qualify as "video games". I am operating on the assumption that they do.)
Game & Watch: Mario Bros., Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros., Space Blaster, Tiger Electronic Baseball, Tiger Electronic Bowling, Tiger Electronic Castlevania II, Tiger Electronic Double Dragon, Tiger Electronic Football, Tiger Electronic Heavy Barrel, Tiger Electronic Mega Man 2, Tiger Electronic Pinball, Tiger Electronic Shinobi, Tiger Electronic Snake’s Revenge, U.F.O.
Purchased System: Not applicable, since each is its own system. I bought my first one (Pinball) in March, 1988.
Total Number of “Hand-Held” Games: 14

1942, 720, 8 Eyes, Abadox, Adventure Island II, Air Fortress, AirWolf, Alpha Mission, Astyanax, Athena, Baseball, Baseball Simulator 1.000, Baseball Stars, Bases Loaded, Bases Loaded II, BaseWars, Battletoads, Bionic Commando, Blades of Steel, Blaster Master, Bubble Bobble, Bump 'n Jump, BurgerTime, Captain Skyhawk, Castlevania, Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest, Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, Clash at Demonhead, Cobra Triangle, Code Name: Viper, Commando, Contra, Crystalis, Donkey Kong 3, Double Dragon, Double Dragon II, Dragon Warrior, Dragon Warrior II, Dragon Warrior III, Duck Hunt, Duck Tales, Elevator Action, Faxanadu, Final Fantasy, Flying Warriors, Galaga, Galaxy 5000, Gargoyle's Quest II, Goal!, Godzilla, Golf, Gradius, The Guardian Legend, Gyruss, Hoops, Ice Hockey, Ironsword, Iron Tank, Jackal, Jeopardy!, Kid Icarus, Kung Fu, Legacy of the Wizard, Life Force, Low G Man, Lunar Pool, Magic Johnson’s Fast Break, Marble Madness, Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, Mega Man 4, Mega Man 6, Metroid, Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!, Mission: Impossible, NES Open: Tournament Golf, NES Play Action Football, Ninja Gaiden, Ninja Gaiden II, Ninja Gaiden III, Nintendo World Cup, Pinball, P.O.W., Racket Attack, Rad Racer, R.B.I. Baseball, R.C. Pro-Am, River City Ransom, RoadBlasters, Side Pocket, Skate or Die, Soccer, Solar Jetman, Spot: The Video Game, StarTropics, Street Fighter 2010, Strider, Super C, Super Dodge Ball, Super Mario Bros. Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Pitfall, Super Spike V’Ball, Super Sprint, Tecmo Bowl, Tecmo Super Bowl, Tecmo World Wrestling, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II, Tennis, Tetris, Top Gun, Top Gun II, Track & Field, Track & Field II, Ultima: Exodus, Ultima: Quest of the Avatar, Vice: Project Doom, Werewolf, Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition, Willow, Winter Games, Wizards & Warriors, World Games, Xexyz, Zelda, Zelda II
Purchased System (First model): February, 1989
Purchased System (Second model after old one broke): July, 1994
Total Number of NES Games: 129

All-American College Football, Battletech: The Crescent Hawks’ Inception, Battletech: The Crescent Hawks’ Revenge, Betrayal in Antara, CD-Man, Cyberia: Mission Norway, Deluxe Pinball, Destruction Derby*, Destruction Derby 2*, Death Rally*, Descent: Destination Saturn, D/Generation, Dragon Warrior PC*, Dream Quest*, Exile III: Ruined World, FIFA Soccer ‘96, Full Throttle, Hocus Pocus*, Lemmings, Lemmings: XMas Edition, Links 386 Pro, Madden NFL ‘97, Mechwarrior, Mechwarrior 2, Mechwarrior 2: Mercenaries, Monopoly CD-ROM, NASCAR Racing, NBA Live ‘96, PBA Bowling*, PGA Tour ‘96, Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure*, Pod*, Quest for Glory, Quest for Glory II, Quest for Glory III, Quest for Glory IV, Scorched Earth, SimGolf, Tyrian, Virtual Pool, WarCraft II, Zyclunt*
*: Denotes games for which I have demo versions only
Purchased System (486): March, 1994
Purchased System (Pentium): June, 1997
Total Number of PC Games: 42

Sega Master System:
Double Dragon, Ghostbusters, Missile Defense*, Quartet, Rocky, Shinobi
*: Came with the 3D-Scope model
Purchased System: December, 1988
Total Number of Sega Master System Games: 6

Battle Grand Prix, Breath of Fire, Breath of Fire II, Chrono Trigger, Drakkhen, E.V.O: Search for Eden, EarthBound, Family Feud, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, Gradius III, Hal’s Hole-In-One Golf, Ken Griffey Jr.’s Major League Baseball, Lagoon, Legend of the Mystical Ninja, Lufia & the Fortress of Doom, Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals, Madden NFL ‘94, MechWarrior, Mega Man Soccer, Monopoly, Mortal Kombat*, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Football, Pilotwings, Robotrek, Secret of Mana, SimCity, Space Megaforce, StarFox, Street Fighter II, Super Baseball Simulator 1.000, Super Mario Kart, Super Mario RPG, Super Mario World, Super Play Action Football, Super Punch-Out!!, Super Soccer, Super Tennis, Tecmo Super NBA Basketball, Vegas Stakes, Waialae Country Club, Wanderers from Ys III, Winter Olympic Games, Zelda: A Link to the Past
*: I'm ashamed of myself for having contributed to the destruction of videogaming. Well, I guess we're all entitled a few moments of weakness and stupidity. The enactment of this page, I hope, will serve my penance, for the purchase of that game is one thing for which I will never forgive myself.
Purchased System: December, 1991
Total Number of SNES Games: 46

Sony Playstation:
Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy Tactics, NCAA Gamebreaker ‘98, SaGa Frontier
Purchased System: December, 1997
Total Number of Sony Playstation Games: 4

Grand Total of All Games: 305


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