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Friday, June 13, 2008

A most impressive Sega Master System Collection

A ton of games, every imaginable hardware version, a variety of rarities, some pretty wierd accessories and -frankly- the most impressive Master System collection I've ever seen. See the rest of it here and notice the Brazilian wireless consoles, the trackball, the pink SMS, an SMS by Samsung and the sheer amount of rare and not-so-rare games & consoles. Brilliant stuff, just brilliant!

15 comments:

Dinho said...

Holly crap! All my wishes are in this collection!

gnome said...

And possibly more too...

rupert said...

hey thanks :)

I have some more up to date pictures here..
http://shinobiman.proboards15.com/index.cgi?board=general&action=display&thread=976

gnome said...

More fantastic stuff... Absolutely impressive. Oh, and thanks for dropping in!

rupert said...

Hi again, I decided to start my own blog as I have owned a domain for a wile now and done nothing with it. Ive added a link to yours if that is okay, feel free to do the same if you like what you see.

http://www.segacollect.com/

gnome said...

Why, thank you so very much dear rupert. Great blog you started there, already linked you and, well, thanks for the link. Cheers!

Caleb said...

WOW!

gnome said...

Indeed :)

Qelqoth said...

Holy crap - that is awesome.

gnome said...

Amen!

Lucas said...

I have a question for you Master System knowledgeables. I recently started collection all things to do with retro games, and just picked up a copy, in the box, with the book of Golvellius. I was stoked to play this "zelda-esque" adventure, and very disappointed to find that the cartridge actually contained Hang-on/ Safari Hunt. Is this something that happened often with master system games? It doesn't look like the cart has ever been opened or tampered with, the sticker looks factory as well.

gnome said...

Not commonly really. Or to be absolutely honest, I've never heard of something like that... Then again, factories have always been known to occasionally mix things up. I'd say you've just been unlucky. Or lucky. Hang-on is quite impressive on the SMS.

Anonymous said...

Seen as you know about old Video game I am looking for an old video game, that had the sound track of Wigfields Saturday night in it. I think it was a duck or a penguin, as the charactor. If you find out please post on your web site. I am amazed that you have that large collection of old consoles and stuff, just looking at the pictures remindes me of when I first got one and how popular they were in there nice packaging. I used to spend hours on the games, but I never had as many games as youv'e had I usually play them on the emulators on the Pc now but it never the same feeling as using the old consols. Kinds regards happy Hunting thanks. Joe AKA kinglouie

Rui said...

Lucas, are you sure your Master System hasn't those games built in?
Try loading your console without any cartridge on it.

Your system is probably not recognizing the cartridge and therefore bypassing to the built in games on your console.

Have a double check on it, maybe the insertion card is dusty/dirty or the cart connector a bit loose.

Reaper85 said...

what a awesome collection : this takesd me back wish i had that lot when i was younger :(