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MY CONSOLES

1987            ATARI 2600 (JR REVISION)

1988            COMMODORE 64

1990            SEGA MASTER SYSTEM 2

1991            SEGA MEGA DRIVE

1992            SUPER NINTENDO

1993            AMIGA CD32

1993            3DO

1994            NEO GEO AES

1995            PLAYSTATION

1997            NINTENDO 64

2001            NINTENDO GAMEBOY ADVANCE

2002            NINTENDO GAMECUBE

2006            NINTENDO DS

2007            NINTENDO WII

2011            NINTENDO 3DS

2013            NINTENDO WIIU

2017            NINTENDO SWITCH



I have also played on PC since 2015....

Last edited by tripenfall - on 03 January 2021

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1987: Game&Watch (3 models; still have 2 working ones)
1989: NES (still working sometimes)
1990: 1st PC (AM286) (dead)
1991: Master System II (had been stolen a dozen years ago)
1992: Gameboy (dead)
1993: 2nd PC (AM486 DX 40) (still alive)
1998: 3rd PC (166Mhz Pentium MMX) (dead)
1999: Gameboy Color (still alive)
2000: 4th PC (Pentium III 450Mhz) (dead)
2001: Gameboy Advance (still alive)
2003: PSOne (still alive)
2004: 5th PC (Athlon 64 3000+) (dead)
2005: Gamecube (still alive); SNES (also still alive)
2006: PS2 (still alive)
2007: Wii (still alive)
2008: N64 (still alive)
2009: DS Lite (active)
2010: 6th PC (Athlon II 635; later upgraded to Phenom II 855) (still alive)
2013: Wii U (still alive)
2017: Switch (active)
2018: 7th PC (Core i7 7700HQ; 1st Gaming Laptop) (active); Nokia 7 Plus (active)

Last edited by Bofferbrauer2 - on 05 January 2021

NES
Genesis
Gameboy
SNES
Gameboy color
N64
Dreamcast
Gameboy Advance
PS1
PS2
GameCube
Nintendo DS
PSP
Xbox 360
PS3
Xbox One
Switch
Xbox one X
Xbox Series X



1982 - ColecoVision with Expansion Module for also playing Atari 2600 games
1983 - TRS-80 Color Computer 2
1984 - Mattel Intellivision
1987 - Atari 7800
1988 - NES
1991 - SNES
1995 - Sega Genesis, Sega CD
1996 - N64
1997 - Sony PlayStation
1998 - Gameboy
1999 - Sega Saturn
2001 - PlayStation 2
2002 - XBox, Gamecube, Gameboy Advance
2005 - Nintendo DS
2006 - XBox 360
2007 - Wii
2011 - Nintendo 3DS
2012 - Wii U
2014 - XBox One
2016 - Coleco Adam Computer, Mattel View-Master VR
2017 - Nintendo Switch, Oculus Rift, Commodore 64
2020 - Atgames Legends Ultimate Arcade

Multiple iterations of PC over the years.  



Initially started gaming as a kid using whatever devices my dad had at the time

1998,1999 - First dad's PC (don't remember the specs)
1998,1999 (around the same time) - Bootleg Sega MegaDrive 2 (these things might very well be the reason that MegaDrive actually outsold SNES, especially in EU)
2000, 2001 - Second dad's PC (AMD Athlon @800 MHz, 384MB RAM, Nvidia MX400 32MB VRAM)
2008 - Third dad's PC (ASUS P5E64 WS Evolution, Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 @3.16 GHz, 8GB DDR3 1333 MHz RAM, Nvidia Geforce 9600GT 1GB VRAM)
2014 - My first own PC (ASUS M5A99FX Pro R 2.0, AMD FX-8320 @3.5 GHz, 8GB DDR3 1866 MHz RAM, MSI AMD Radeon HD7870 2GB VRAM)
2015 - New Nintendo 3DS
2015 - Xbox One 500GB (sold, don't have it anymore)
2016 - Nintendo Wii
2017 - PS Vita
2017 - PS4 Slim 500GB
2017 - Xbox One S 1TB
2018 - Xbox One X 1TB
2018 - Nintendo Switch

2019 - Second own PC (ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Wi-Fi, AMD Ryzen 7 3700X @3.6 GHz, 32GB DDR4 3200 MHz RAM, ASUS Nvidia RTX 2060 Super 8GB VRAM)

2019 - Nintendo Switch Lite
2019 - Xbox 360 S
2020 - Xbox Series X

Also, occasionally play casually on mobile but not that much
2005 - Moto C380 (J2ME)
2008 - Sony Ericsson K850i (J2ME)
2009 - iPod touch 2G
2011 - iPhone 4
2014 - iPhone 5C
2017 - iPhone 7 Plus
2018 - iPhone X
2019 - iPad Pro 11-inch (2018) - actually only use this one for mobile gaming
2020 - iPhone 12 Pro

I also have SNES mini and 2 PS Classic consoles which I got between 2017 and 2019 I guess. And as for PC I had Sapphire Nitro+ AMD Radeon RX580 4GB VRAM bought sometime in 2018 (it was put in my first PC initially, then moved to second before I bought 2060S this year)

Last edited by derpysquirtle64 - on 04 January 2021

 

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Can't give exact years of ownership, sometimes owned them on release day, sometimes owned them a few years after the fact... Or even a decade after release as part of retro collecting.

But...

* Atari 2600.
* Commodore 64.
* Super Nintendo.
* Windows 3.11 PC. (486 DX66)
* Windows 95 PC. (Pentium 166)
* Windows 98 PC. (Cyrix PR300), (Pentium 3 667), (Duron 950), (Athlon Thunderbird 1.4Ghz)
* Windows XP PC. (Athlon XP 3000+, Core 2 Quad Q6600, Core 2 Quad Q9650, Pentium M 1.6.)
* Windows 7 PC. (Phenom 2 x6 1090T, Core i7 3930K, Athlon X4 640, Athlon X2 7750)
* Windows 10 PC. (Ryzen 1600, 2700U, 5900X, 4500u.)
* Gameboy Pocket.
* Gameboy Color.
* Playstation 2.
* Nintendo 64.
* Playstation 3.
* Xbox.
* Xbox 360.
* Xbox One.
* Xbox One X.
* Xbox Series X.
* Nintendo DS.
* Nintendo 3DS.
* Nintendo WiiU.
* Nintendo Switch.
* Nokia 3315.
* Nokia 3220.
* Motorolla Razer.
* Nokia Lumia 920.
* Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
* Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
* Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
* Samsung Galaxy Note20Ultra.
* Sega Master System.
* Sega Megadrive.
* Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with Intel Atom.
* NES Mini.
* SNES Mini.

Probably missing a few devices, definitely missing allot of PC configs, one point I had 10x systems in my own LAN setup.



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So i started with N64 and Gameboy Colour

We had a family PC 1st that was Windows XP.

Gamecube and GBA / GBA SP

Wii and DS

Wii U and 3DS around that Era a Windows 7 Gaming Laptop

Also Last Year i got My Windows 10 Tower PC .



1997 or 98: i think i played SNES or tried to play that duck hunt game!
and then year 2000 was where magic began 1st touched sony psOne!
only briefly though 1st game i played was gran turismo lol!

2000: gameboy color - pokemon gold!
also nintendo 64 with no games haha!

2001 or 2002: ps2 but my big bro hogs it so we bought our own

2004/5: ps2 kingdom hearts 2 / resident evil 4 both badass ps2 gamez!

2006: xbox i played on my cousinz xbox never really was a fan of it except for halo2 multiplayer splitscreen

2008: ps3 resistance fall of man 1st game!

2010: r..i.p ps3 YLOD and then renting a high end PC coz thats what they do in the Philippines!

2010-2012 - DotA2
end of 2012 bought PS3 for Resident Evil 6 coz i loved third person RE!

2014: ps4, bought killzone shadow fall & infamous second son 1st before i bought the console haha!

2015-2016 nintendo 2ds pokemon omega ruby! i wanted to play a pokemon game so bad so i coudnt resist!

2018: bought the 500 mill limited edition ps4 pro for higher performance and space and it was quite worth it!
god of war mostly 60 fps haha!

2019: rebought nintendo 2ds coz i sold my old one before lol haha! back for more old pokemon games i just cant stay away from them

2020: smartphone pokemon showdown and among us hahahaha! the year of LOCKDOWN!

2021: hopefully the most coveted ps5!



These are all the consoles I own in order of (roughly) when I got them. I was born in 1990 but I have a brother 3 years older than me who had most of our early consoles but he has since given them to me so here we are:


Master System - 1993 xmas
Game Boy - 1995 spring
Nintendo 64 - 1997 xmas
Game Boy Pocket - 1999 bday
Megadrive - 2000 summer
GBA - 2001 easter
Gamecube - 2002 summer
SNES - 2003 summer
GBA SP - 2003 bday
DS - 2005 easter
Wii - 2006 xmas
DS Lite - 2007 summer
PS3 - 2013 easter
3DS XL - 2013 summer
Switch - 2017 easter
Dreamcast - 2017 summer
Saturn - 2017 summer
Switch - 2017 xmas
Wii U - 2018 spring
Game Gear - 2018 spring
NES Mini - 2018 summer
Neo Geo Pocket - 2018 autumn
New 3DS XL - 2018 winter
PS1 - 2019 spring
Xbox - 2019 summer
Atari 7800 - 2019 autumn
PS Vita - 2019 winter
Atari Jaguar - 2020 spring
Xbox 360 - 2020 easter
N-Gage - 2020 summer
Panasonic 3DO - 2020 winter

Last edited by gord352 - on 06 January 2021