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As you all know, I recently re-did my room to be the Ultimate Gaming Place, in my never ending attempt to make both my own brain and explode, and that of my girlfriend. However, I realized that my regular CD case was insufficient for every game that I had; I basically took to changing the games out in that case depending on what Aileen and I were going to play in Northampton, but that meant that I had random, loose stacks of games all over the place; a stack of 360 games by the TV, a stack on my dresser, two different stacks on my desk, and even a random stack of discs in my closet. In short, it was a nightmare to manage. So at a trip to Walmart, I decided to get a humongous CD case - I think it supports about 360 or so discs - and fill it with ALL of my CDs, save my PC games which all go into the smaller CD case that came with my Gundam set that Chris C. sent me (I now have separate cases for games, DVDs and PC software).

After finally organizing everything, and finding out that I have WAY too few empty slots in this monsterous case, I've decided, in my spare time, whenever I get it, to audit everything, and keep a list of all the games I own. I figure as I acquire more, I can simply add to the list (translation: this'll be in my "memories"), and keep an accurate tally. In this entry, I'm only going to list the CD games that I own for the following systems: Playstation 1 + 2, XBox/360, Nintendo Wii, Gamecube, and Dreamcast.

PLAYSTATION 2

Suikoden, 1996, Konami
Suikoden II, 1999, Konami
Suikoden III, 2002, Konami
Suikoden IV, 2005, Konami
Suikoden V, 2006, Konami
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete (full box w/ extras), 1999, Working Designs
Lunar: Eternal Blue Complete (full box, w/ extras), 2000, Working Designs
Tales of Destiny, 1998, Namco
Tales of Destiny 2 (Tales of Eternia), 2001, Namco
Final Fantasy X, 2002, Squaresoft
Final Fantasy XII, 2006, Square Enix
Chrono Cross, 2000, Squaresoft
Star Ocean: Till The End Of Time, 2004, Square Enix
Megaman Anniversary Collection, 2004, Capcom
Megaman X4, 1997, Capcom
Megaman X7, 2003, Capcom
Megaman X8, 2004, Capcom
Megaman X: Command Mission, 2004, Capcom
Dragon Quest VIII, 2005, Square Enix
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, 1997, Konami
Castlevania: Curse of Darkness, 2005, Konami
Xenogears, 1998, Squaresoft
Xenosaga Episode 1: Der Wille zur Macht, 2003, Namco
Xenosaga Episode 2: Jenseits von Gut und Bose, 2005, Namco
Xenosaga Episode 3: Also sprach Zarathustra, 2006, Namco
Rygar: The Legendary Adventure, 2002, Tecmo
Soul Calibur II, 2003, Namco
Soul Calibur III, 2005, Namco
Air Combat, 1995, Namco
Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies, 2001, Namco
Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War, 2004, Namco
Ace Combat Zero: The Belkin War, 2006, Namco
Kessen III, 2005, Koei
Samurai Warriors, 2004, Koei
Dynasty Tactics, 2002, Koei
Dynasty Warriors 5, 2005, Koei
Dynasty Warriors 5: Empires, 2006, Koei
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII, 2000, Koei
Romance of the Three Kingdoms X, 2005, Koei
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI, 2006, Koei
Nobunaga's Ambition: Rise to Power, 2008, Koei
Tekken 5, 2005, Namco
Contra: Shattered Soldier, 2002, Konami
Neo Contra, 2004, Konami
Guitar Hero, 2005, Red Octane
Guitar Hero II, 2006, Red Octane
Gradius III and IV, 2000, Konami
Gradius V, 2004, Konami
Street Fighter Alpha Anthology, 2005, Capcom
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, 2004, Capcom
Marvel vs. Capcom 2, 2002, Capcom
Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millenium, 2001, Capcom
Ico, 2001, SCEA
Shadow of the Collossus, 2005, SCEA
Star Wars: Battlefront, 2004, Lucasarts
Star Wars: Battlefront II, 2005, Lucasarts
Midway Arcade Adventures, 2003, Midway
Midway Arcade Adventures 2, 2004, Midway
Midway Arcade Adventures 3, 2005, Midway
Capcom Classics Collection, 2005, Capcom
Capcom Classics Collection 2, 2006, Capcom
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, 2004, Konami
Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, 2006, Konami
Activision Anthology, 2002, Activision
Sega Genesis Collection, 2006, Sega
Taito Legends, 2005, Sega
Taito Legends 2, 2007, Empire Interactive
King of Fighters XI, 2007, SNK Playmore
King of Fighters 2006 (Maximum Impact 2), 2006, SNK Playmore
Magna Carta: Tears of Blood, 2005, Atlus
Odin Sphere, 2007, Atlus
Disagea: Hour of Darkness, 2003, Atlus
Growlanser Generations, 2004, Working Designs
Growlanser V: Generations of War, 2007, Atlus
Arc The Lad: Twilight of the Spirits, 2003, SCEA
Vanguard Bandits, 2000, Working Designs
Persona 3, 2007, Atlus
God Hand, 2006, Capcom
Namco Museum, 2001, Namco
Namco Museum: 50th Anniversary Edition, 2005, Namco
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, 2002, Rockstar
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, 2004, Rockstar
La Pucelle Tactics, 2004, Mastiff/Nippon Ichi
Phantom Brave, 2004, Nippon Ichi
Dark Cloud 2, 2003, SCEA
Rogue Galaxy, 2006, SCEA
Ys: The Ark of Napishtim, 2003, Konami/Falcom
Vandal Hearts, 1996, Konami
Valkyrie Profile 2, 2006 Square Enix
Grandia II, 2002, Ubisoft
Smash Court Tennis: Pro Tournament, 2001, Namco
Smash Court Tennis: Pro Tournament 2, 2004, Namco
Pro Evolution Soccer 2007, 2007, Konami
Winning Eleven 9 (Pro Evolution Soccer 2006), 2006, Konami
Mobile Suit Gundam: Journey to Jaburo, 2001, Bandai
Mobile Suit Gundam: Zeonic Front, 2002, Bandai
Maximo: Ghosts to Glory, 2002, Capcom
Maximo vs. The Army of Zin, 2003, Capcom
Space Channel 5: Specail Edition, 2003, Agetec
MVP Baseball 05, 2005, EA Sports
MVP Baseball 06: NCAA Baseball, 2006, EA Sports
NCAA Football 06, 2005, EA Sports
Madden 06, 2005, EA Sports
Rugby 08, 2007, EA Sports
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06, 2005, EA Sports
Blitz: The League, 2005, Midway
MLB Power Pros, 2007, Konami/2K Sports
Smackdown vs. Raw 2006, 2005, THQ
Victorious Boxers 2: Fighting Spirit, 2004, Empire Interactive
NHL 2 on 2 Open Ice Challenge, 1997, Midway
Fire Pro Wrestling Returns, 2007, Agetec
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (PS1), 2001, Activision
Sonic Mega Collection +, 2004, Sega
Metal Slug Anthology, 2007, SNK Playmore
Raiden III, 2006, UFO
Strikers 1945 (Strikers 1945 II), 1996, Agetec
Neo Geo Battle Coliseum, 2007, SNK Playmore
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, 2001, Midway
Def Jam: Vendetta, 2003, EA Big
Oni, 2001, Rockstar
Spartan: Total Warrior, 2004, Sega
Beyond Good And Evil, 2003, Ubisoft
God of War, 2005, SCEA
Virtua Fighter IV: Evolution, 2003, Sega
Viewtiful Joe 2, 2004, Capcom
Okami, 2006, Capcom (lent to Aileen)
Super Bust-A-Move, 2000, Acclaim
Spy Hunter, 2001, Midway
Katamari Damancy, 2004, Namco
R-Type Final, 2004, Irem/Eidos Interactive
SNK Arcade Collection 1, 2008, SNK Playmore
Fight Night Round 3, 2006, EA Sports
NHL '02, 2001, EA Sports
NHL '04, 2003, EA Sports
NHL '06, 2005, EA Sports
Final Fantasy Tactics, 1997, Squaresoft
MLB '06: The Show, 2006, SCEA
MLB '07: The Show, 2007, SCEA
MLB '08: The Show, 2008, SCEA
ESPN: NFL 2K5, 2004, 2K Sports
Women's Volleyball Championship, 2008, Agetec
Destroy All Humans, 2005, THQ
Wild Arms 3, 2002, SCEA


TOTAL: 143 PS1/PS2 GAMES

XBOX/XBOX 360

Sneak King, 2006, Blitz Games
Pocketbike Racer, 2006, Blitz Games
Big Bumpin', 2006, Blitz Games
Panzer Dragoon Orta, 2003, Sega
Halo: Combat Evolved, 2001, Microsoft Game Studios
Halo 2, 2004, Microsoft Game Studios
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, 2002, Bethesda
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, 2006, Bethesda/2K Games
Intellivision Lives, 2003, Crave
Tecmo Arcade Collection, 2005, Tecmo
Sega GT 2002/Jet Set Radio Future, N/A, Sega
Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge, 2003, Microsoft Game Studios
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, 2001, Ubisoft
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2, 2004, Ubisoft
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, 2002, Ubisoft
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3, 2003, Ubisoft
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2, 2008, Ubisoft
Shenmue II, 2002, Sega
The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, 2004, Vivendi Universal Games
Perfect Dark Zero, 2006, Rare/Microsoft Game Studios
Lost Odyssey, 2008, Mistwalker/Microsoft Game Studios
NHL '08, 2007, EA Sports
NHL '09, 2008, EA Sports
NBA 2K8, 2007, 2K Sports
NBA 2K9, 2008, 2K Sports
NASCAR '09, 2008, EA Sports
Madden '09, 2008, EA Sports
NBA Street: Homecoming, 2007, EA Big
College Hoops 2K8, 2007, 2K Sports
Forza Motorsport 2, 2007, Microsoft Game Studios
Project Gotham Racing 4, 2007, Microsoft Game Studios
Mass Effect, 2007, Bioware/Microsoft Game Studios
Virtua Fighter 5 Online, 2007, Sega
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam, 2007, Koei/Namco Bandai
Dynasty Warriors 6, 2008, Koei
Warriors Orochi, 2007, Koei
Samurai Warriors 2, 2006, Koei
FIFA '09, 2008, EA Sports
Phantasy Star Universe, 2006, Sega
Gears of War, 2007, Microsoft Game Studios
Grand Theft Auto IV, 2008, Rockstar
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Virtua Tennis 3, 2007, Sega
Far Cry: Predator, 2006, Ubisoft
Tales of Vesperia, 2008, Namco
Fable II, 2008, Microsoft Game Studios


TOTAL: 47 XBOX/360 GAMES

NINTENDO WII

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, 2007, Nintendo
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, 2007, Nintendo
Battalion Wars 2, 2007, Nintendo
Wii Sports, 2006, Nintendo
Trauma Center: Second Opinion, 2006, Atlus
Trauma Center: New Blood, 2007, Atlus
Endless Ocean, 2008, Nintendo
The House of the Dead 2 + 3 Return, 2008, Sega
Mario Strikers Charged, 2007, Nintendo
Super Mario Galaxy, 2007, Nintendo
Wii Play, 2007, Nintendo
Zack and Wiki, 2007, Capcom

TOTAL: 12 WII GAMES

NINTENDO GAMECUBE

Fire Emblem: Path of Raidance, 2005, Nintendo
F-Zero GX, 2003, Nintendo
Skies of Arcadia: Legends, 2003, Sega
Metroid Prime, 2002, Nintendo
Metroid Prime 2: Echos, 2004, Nintendo
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door, 2004, Nintendo
Megaman X Collection, 2005, Capcom
Tales of Symphonia, 2003, Namco
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, 2006, Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition, 2003, Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest, 2003, Nintendo
Mario Power Tennis, 2004, Nintendo
Mario Kart Double Dash, 2003, Nintendo
Ikaruga, 2003, Atari/Treasure
Sonic Gems Collection, 2005, Sega
Super Mario Strikers, 2005, Nintendo
Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut, 2003, Sega
Battalion Wars, 2005, Nintendo
Odama, 2006, Nintendo

TOTAL: 19 GAMECUBE GAMES

SEGA DREAMCAST

Soul Calibur, 1999, Namco
Crazi Taxi, 2000, Sega
Sega Smashpack Vol. 1, 2001, Sega
Midway Greatest Arcade Hits Vol. 2, 2000, Midway
World Series Baseball 2K1, 2001, Sega Sports
World Series Baseball 2K2, 2002, Sega Sports
NHL 2K2, 2001, Sega Sports
NFL 2K, 1999, Sega Sports
NFL 2K1, 2000, Sega Sports
Space Channel 5, 2000, Sega
Grandia II, 2000, Ubisoft

TOTAL: 11 DREAMCAST GAMES

GRAND TOTAL: 231 GAMES

And remember a few things:

1) I might be missing a few
2) This is just CD games; it doesn't count handhelds, doesn't count legacy consoles (NES, Genesis, etc.), and doesn't count downloadable titles for the 360 or Wii.

It's no wonder why Aileen wants to marry me. XD

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hezul
Jul. 20th, 2008 12:56 am (UTC)
It gives me warm fuzzies when I find out other people own Vanguard Bandits. Like "yes, this game does exist, and its presence in my collection is not just a hallucination!"

NOBODY EVER SEEMS TO HAVE HEARD OF IT. ;.;
superbus
Jul. 20th, 2008 02:58 am (UTC)
I lucked out; I got the game, AND the hardcover strategy book that Working Designs used to do so well, for about $30 total.

Gamers haven't heard of it because gamers hear very little about games that aren't marketed right to their face; they don't know much beyond Halo, GTA, Mario, etc. A game like Vanguard Bandits is too hard for most of today's gamers, for one; it takes a lot of work just to get a BAD ending, much less one that doesn't suck. It's too Japanese for some, and not bloody enough for others.

We're a dying race, Sam. :(
lordglenn
Jul. 20th, 2008 10:25 am (UTC)
I've heard of Vanguard Bandits, if only because of the slot for the Demo CD in the case for Lunar 2's OST (>_>). I just don't own it.
superbus
Jul. 20th, 2008 10:49 pm (UTC)
Think about emulating it (since I can't recommend someone pay for it at today's prices). It's a great strategy game, and considering you like Fire Emblem, I think you'd like it a lot.
samuraiter
Jul. 20th, 2008 03:02 pm (UTC)
*applause*

You use about the same methodology for your catalogue as I do, actually. Here's the differences:

– I count every console separately: PS1, then PS2; X-Box, then 360; etc.

– I do count handhelds and 'legacy' consoles, though I don't count downloadables or ROMs.

– For every console after the introduction of the DVD format, I only count games in their original cases; I couldn't do that for PS1, since there were so many games I could only get as orphan discs.
superbus
Jul. 20th, 2008 08:26 pm (UTC)
I count them together for the sake of my case; I have all of my Suikoden games together, all of my Ace Combat games, etc.

I'll be doing handhelds and legacies in other posts. I'm not done yet.

I am not going to be counting ROMs, though I will eventually be counting PC games I've legitimately purchased (such as Football Manager). I also count legitimate CDs; for instance, I have Aileen's copy of Einhander, but it's a pirate copy, so it does not count.
dmajohnson
Jul. 20th, 2008 03:14 pm (UTC)
I hate to be the Grammar Nazi (because there's far more awesome kinds of Nazi to be--like a Mecha Nazi bombing 2XX6 Europe), but those aren't all CD games. They're disc games. :|
superbus
Jul. 20th, 2008 08:46 pm (UTC)
Who GIVES A SHIT? :(
dmajohnson
Jul. 20th, 2008 11:35 pm (UTC)
I do--and it's all over the floor now! >:(
sorakh28
Jul. 20th, 2008 04:31 pm (UTC)
So you have Skies? What's your opinion of it, you have played some of it?
superbus
Jul. 20th, 2008 08:49 pm (UTC)
I didn't get too far in it yet; haven't had my Wii hooked up. It looks great, though I'm not sure how much I like that whole flying aspect; it seems like a needlessly obtuse way to get around the map.
lordglenn
Jul. 20th, 2008 09:11 pm (UTC)
It gets to be a more interesting mechanic once you starting getting into epic battles in the air. And, it has other reasons for being there as well. I think it'll grow on you.

(Though, I personally prefer the original DC version over the GCN remake...)
superbus
Jul. 20th, 2008 10:48 pm (UTC)
I think I would too; there's just something about the Dreamcast that is endearing.

That said, I would not prefer the VMU - a medium I've had issues with over the years - over the Gamecube memory card, which has been flawless to this point, and has much more storage than a 200 block VMU. My World Series games take up a VMU EACH.
lordglenn
Jul. 20th, 2008 11:00 pm (UTC)
Yeah, the VMU is a downside. Especially when the battery up and dies. (Damn that incessant beep. ;_;) Despite that though, my lone VMU(from Christmas '99 when I got my DC) has held up remarkably well. Unlike some third party memory card that someone bought me for a birthday. It up and died randomly one day and had to be reformatted. Luckily, I kept backups of most of my stuff on the VMU. XD

That said though, while Legends has the additional content in terms of Wanted battles and the stupid Moonfish quest(though, you get some decent equipment and items from it), the compression(resulting in worse audio and texturing) and changes make it an iffy trade off(IMHO). I guess, in the end, the changes balance out(as, with the good, comes the bad). They're both good in their own right. (It just helps if you don't beat the DC version several times and then try to play the GCN version. >_>)
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