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I live in a small room that's also a game room/office so I have stuff scattered everywhere, but my shelf and TV is decently organised so I'll show off that.



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MohammadBadir said:
Welcome the unbearable mess that I call my room

I love it.

Green GB Color, original flavored Pringles, hipster rubiks cube, and weird pyramid thing make this the best room of the thread. ;)



I will be doing this when I get home. I love my "office".



PWRLVLAMY

A boatload of pics

Holy smokes Amy that's impressive, doubly so considering your age.



One day, I'll have a cool dedicated game room too. :C



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PwerlvlAmy gaming center (?) is insane.

Mine is... Simple:

Yes, that is it, just add a PS4.



PwerlvlAmy said:

 

 

 

Quite an amazing collection. Is it difficult to dust them off?
And that arcade cabinet, was it custom made?



Hiku said:

Quite an amazing collection. Is it difficult to dust them off?
And that arcade cabinet, was it custom made?


Yeah it can be a pain to dust. Yeah the arcade cabinet was custom made. It was baby blue with white trim,but i had some changes made to it. Like changing the joystick and buttons colors to mario and luigis colors. Left side is Red and Blue for Mario,right side is white and green for Luigi



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Handheld games are in a drawer behind the middle glass panel, N64 behind the right glass panel.



I dont really have a specific room for games, or a setup with multiple systems connected, i just connect whatever I want to play, but here, i tipped out a few boxes from my closet.

Didnt bother with the games, most people on here wouldnt be able to read what they are anyway.

My only real permanent setup:

The small monitor is a 800x600 touchscreen that i use for build status windows, and screw you guys for making me have to hide my devkit stuff in the closet and behind boxes to take this :(

Random trivia, the SNES survived an office fire in the late 90s.

All my other consoles and random systems are in dry storage, they don:t get used enough to warrant taking up space in the house.