CONSOLES

All technical specs are from excellent Dark Watcher's Console History

SKYLARK - 124 (Release:1977)
CHIP : AY-3-8500.
(...beep,beep,beep,beep...PONG the pioneer...)
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

One unit boxed and mint
This is basically a pong console (Rarity: Uncommon)


ATARI (2600) Video Computer System, "Heavy sixer" model (Release:October 1977,End: early 1990)

..and who doesn't know this legendary system ? (!)
Some tech specs follows.
CPU: 6507, 8 bit @ 1.19 MHz (cost reduced 6502)
Video and Audio chip: TIA (Television Interface Adaptor)
Graphics Clock: 1.19 MHz
Resolution: 160x192 pixels
Colors: 16 on screen
Sound: Mono (2 channels)
RAM: 128 Bytes, in VLSI (plus 256 bytes into cartridges)
ROM: 4K max
Slot Config: Rom access only
Media: Cartridges (maximum address space of 4K)
Notes: ROM specs are based on non-bank select scheme, the graphics clock is the master clock used to drive the video chips. The DB9 ports became the standard on later home computers and consoles.
Jay Miner was the inventor of TIA and later became the father of Amiga
Retail Price: $ 199.99 USD
Cartridges were from $16.99 to $39.99 USD for Atari brand and about $3 more for an Activision brand.
All infos are from:
Atari 2600 FAQ

WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition, owner's manual and warranty card. This is a Xmas gift from Maddog !


" MANUFACTURED FOR ATARI INC
BY DIMERCO ELECTRONICS
IN TAIWAN
MODEL NO. CX-2600P
SN: 401905 "


AC adapter, Atari Paddles (Thanks Badge !)
1 Joystick (from later model)

2 Atari catalogs "49 GAME CARTS"
CO16725 - REV.E,1982

THE ATARI VIDEO COMPUTER SYSTEM CATALOG
CO14356 - REV.D,ATARI 1980

ATARI LOG BOOK
CO18262 - REV.1,1982

TRACKBALL CONTROLLER,CX22 (Owners manual only)

ACTIVISION VIDEO GAME CARTRIDGE CATALOG
WINTER/SPRING 1984

VIDEO TOUCH PAD,CX21 (BOX only)

ATARI POWER ADAPTER,CX261 (BOX only)

ATARI POWER ADAPTER FOR VIDEO PINBALL (BOX only)
Part.No. CO10472

GAMES :
Air Sea Battle CX2602 Atari 1981 (C)(US) *
Asteroids CX2649 Atari 1981 (C)(US)
Asteroids CX2649 Atari 1981 (CIB)(US)
Basketball CX2624 Atari (C)(PAL)
Berzerk CX2650 Atari 1982 (CIB)(US)
Bowling CX2628 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Bowling CX2628 Atari 1978 (CI)(US)
Breakout CX2622 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Centipede 2676 Atari 1982 (C)(PAL)
Circus CX2630 Atari 1978 (CIB)(US)
Combat CX2601 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Combat CX2601 Atari 1978 (CIB)(US)
Crackpots AX029 Activision 1983 (CB)(US)
Defender CX2609 Atari 1981 (C)(PAL)
Defender CX2609 Atari 1981 (CIB)(US)
Demon Attack IA3200 Imagic 1982 (CIB)(US)
Demons to Diamonds 4975140 Sears Telegames 1982 (C)(US)
Donkey Kong 4L1700 CBS Electronics 1983 (C)(PAL)
E.T. The extra terrestrial 2674 Atari 1982 (CIB)(US)
Enduro AX026 Activision 1983 (C)(US)
Freeway AG009 Activision 1981 (CIB)(US)
Gorf 4L1751 CBS Electronics 1982 (C)(PAL)
Hangman CX2662 Atari 1978 (CI)(US)
Haunted House CX2654 Atari 1981 (CIB)(US)
Indy 500 CX2611 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Kaboom AG010 Activision 1981 (C)(US)
Math Gran Prix CX2658 Atari 1982 (CIB)(US)
Missile Command CX2638 Atari 1981 (CIB)(US)
Mouse Trap 4L1818 (PA241925) CBS Electronics 1983 (C)(PAL)
Ms Pacman 2675 Atari 1982 (C)(PAL)
Night Driver CX2633P Atari 1980 (C)(PAL)
Night Driver CX2633 Atari 1980 (CIB)(US)
Outlaw CX2605 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
PacMan CX2646 Atari 1981 (C)(US)
PacMan CX2646 Atari 1981 (CI)(US)
Pressure Cooker EAZ032 Activision 1983 (C)(PAL)
Raiders of the Lost Ark 2659 Atari 1982 (CB)(PAL)
Riddle of the Sphinx IA3600 Imagic 1982 (CIB)(US)
Robot Tank EAZ028 Activision 1983 (C)(PAL)
Slot Racers CX2606 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Solar Fox 4L1853 CBS Electronics 1983 (C)(PAL)
Space Invaders CX2632 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Space Invaders CX2632 Atari 1978 (dif.case) (C)(PAL)
Space Invaders CX2632 Atari 1978 (CIB)(US)
Spiderman PB5900 Parker Brothers 1982 (CIB)(US)
Star Raiders CX2660 Atari 1982 (CIB)(US)
Starmaster AX016 Activision 1982 (CIB)(US)
Sky Diver CX2629 Atari 1978 (C)(PAL)
Super Breakout CX2608 Atari 1978 (C)
Super Breakout CX2608 Atari 1978 (CIB)(US)
Super Challenge Baseball 5665-910 Mattel 1982 (CB)(US)
Swordquest Fireworld 2657 Atari 1982 (CI+DC comic)(US)
Tennis AG007 Activision 1981 (C)(PAL)
Activision Decathlon EAZ030 Activision 1983 (C)(PAL)
Official Carnival 2468 Coleco 1982 (C)(US)
Video Chess CX2645 Atari (C)(PAL)
Video Olympics CX2621 Atari 1977 (CIB)(US)
Video Pinball CX2648 Atari 1981 (CIB)(US)
Warlords CX2610 Atari 1981 (CIB)(US)
Wizard of Wor 4L1720 CBS Electronics 1982 (C)(PAL)
Yar's Revenge CX2655 Atari 1981 (C)(PAL)
Zaxxon 4L1785 CBS Electronics 1983 (C)(PAL)
 

* C = Cartridge, I = Instruction booklet, B = Box, PAL = PAL system, US = NTSC system.


PHILIPS VIDEOPAC G 7000 (aka MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY 2)(Release:1978, End:1984)

CPU: Intel P8048H at 1.79 MHz
RAM: 192 Bytes
ROM: 1024 Bytes
Graphics: Intel P8425
64 character set
280x192 pixels, 16 colors
Sound: Intel P8425
4 volume settings, 2 output frequencies, loop sound, noise generator
Media: 2K Rom, 30 pin cartridges (videopacs) with a handle
Retail price: $ 200 USD

WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition

GAMES :
1, (Scarce) Race/Spinout/Cryptogram - Philips 1978
6, (Common) Bowling/Basketbal - Philips 1978
18, (Common) Laser War - Philips 1979
32, (Common) A labyrinth game/Super mind - Philips 1982
37, (Common) Monkeyshines - Philips 1982
39, (Common) Freedom Fighters - Philips 1982
44, (Scarce) K.C.'s Krazy Chase
(All boxed)


INTERTON VC 4000 (Release in Germany:1978,End:1982)
Member of 1292 Video System Family
CPU: 8 bit Signetics 2650
CPU Speed: 4.43 MHz
RAM: 4K
Video RAM: N/A
Resolution: 208 x 108
Colors: 9
Sprites: 4 on screen
Game Media: 32 pin cartridges
Retail Price: 400 DM, games: 40 - 50 DM
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition

GAMES :
Nr.1 ("Rennspiele")(C)
Nr.3 ("Sport und Ballspiele")(C)
Nr.4 ("Panzer/Luftschlacht")(CIB))


SHG BLACKPOINT (Release:1980)

PC-50X cart family
CHIP : AY-3-8500,AY-3-8610...
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit boxed and mint with one game cart (Supersportic - 10 ball games)


VECTREX (Release:06/1982 at Chicago Computer Show)
CPU: Motorola 68A09, CPU Speed: 1.5MHz
RAM: Two 1K x 4 bit 2114 type static RAMs
ROM: One 8K x 8 bit 2363 type ROM
Vectrex has a 9 x 11 inch SAMSUNG B/W vector screen and is packaged with a built-in Asteroids clone called Minestorm.
Sound: AY-3-8192,build in 3" permanent magnet speaker
Media: Cartridges
Retail Price: $ 199.95 USD main unit. Carts: $ 29.99 USD each.

06/1982 Vectrex is introduced to the public at the Summer CES in Chicago.
Late summer 82 Start of mass production.
The launch itself was Nov 1982.
31/03/1984. End of Vectrex in Germany.MB in Fuerth announces stop of sales on this date.
All infos are from : Vectrex FAQ 5.2b
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition, repro light pen, Vectrex Animaction Multiconn, Vecflash, VecVoxX and lots of repro overlays (made by myself !)

"S/N: 3116752, Model No.3000-G1-EURO.
Milton Bradley
Made in Hong Kong."
BIOS checksum: 7ADB


GAMES :
(1) Armor Attack (Loose cart-Overlay-Manual) - GCE - MADE IN HONG KONG
(2) Berzerk (Loose cart-Overlay-Manual) - GCE - MADE IN HONG KONG
(3) Cosmic Chasm (Loose cart-Overlay-Manual) - MB - MADE IN HONG KONG
(4) Clean Sweep (Loose cart-Overlay-Manual) - MB - MADE IN HONG KONG
(5) Rip Off (Boxed-Overlay) - MB - MADE IN HONG KONG
(6) Scramble (Loose cart-Overlay-Manual) - GCE - MADE IN HONG KONG
(7) Web Wars (Loose cart-Overlay-Manual) - GCE - MADE IN HONG KONG
(8) Bedlam (Loose cart-Overlay) - MB - MADE IN HONG KONG
(9) Spike (Loose cart-Overlay) - MB - MADE IN REP. OF IRE
(10) Fortress of Narzod (Loose cart-Overlay) - MB - MADE IN REP. OF IRE
(11) Pole Position (Boxed and complete) - GCE -MADE IN HONG KONG (Ultra Rare)
(12) Star Sling (Cart-Manual-Overlay)
(13) Debris LE No 89
(14) Space Frenzy
Great vector B/W graphics.I simply love it !


Sega Master System II (Release: 1990) (MARK III release: 1984,Master System release: 1986)
CPU: 8bit Zilog Z-80 @ 3.58 MHz
RAM: 64K (8Kb), Video RAM: 128K Bits
ROM: 1024K Bits
Resolution: 256x226
Colors: 256, 52 on-screen
Sprites: 16 simulataneous, size: 8X8
Audio: Mono (3 Sound Generators, Each Four Octaves, 1 White Noise)
Game Media: Cartridges
Retail Price: $200 USD
The Sega Master System was Sega's answer to Nintendo's 8-bit NES.
In 1987, Sega of America sold its SMS rights to Tonka Toys.
Unfortunattely poor support doomed the system.
Tip: The Game Gear can run SMS carts (with "Master Gear" adapter) but not vice versa.
This is because Game Gear has 4096 color palette capability,while the SMS has only a 256 color palette.
You can also play SMS games on your Genesis using a device called the Power Base Converter.
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

One unit, 2 joysticks (mint)

"SEGA MASTER SYSTEM II POWER BASE PAL-G
Model No.:3006-18, Serial: 120357792
Made in China
"


GAMES:
(1) Sonic The Hedgehog (CIB)
(2) Wimbledon (CIB)
(3) Superman The Man of Steel (CB)
(4) World Cup USA 94 (CB)
(5) Tom and Jerry The Movie(CB)
(6) Super Tennis The Sega Cartridge (CB)
(7) World Soccer The Mega Cartridge(CB)
(8) The Ottifants (CB)
(9) Olympic Gold (CB)
(10) Basketball Nightmare (C)
(11) The Incredible Hulk (C)
(12) Fantasy Zone II (C)
(13) Deep Duck Trouble staring Donald Duck (C)
(14) Ghost House
(15) Alex Kidd (Built in memory)
(16) Nuclear Creature,256K,
(SEGA/TECTOY BRAZIL) (CIB/Shrink wrapped)


ATARI 7800 (Release:1986)

CPU: 8bit Motorola 65C02, Custom CPU Speed: 1.79Mhz
Resolution:
Mode 160A (160x200x4),Mode 160B (160x200x16),Mode 320A (320x200x2),Mode 320B (320x200x4),Mode 320C (320x200x4),Mode 320D (320x200x2).
Colors: 256, 16 on screen
Memory: 4096 Bytes of RAM, mostly VRAM
52 KBytes of ROM max
Graphics: MARIA
Sound: 2xTIA (Television Interface Adaptor - like Atari's 2600)
Media: Cartridge
Retail Price: $ 140 USD
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit boxed and mint + 3 controllers (European version)

" ATARI 7800 - GER - PAL B
Serial: X82 344 059852
Made in China "


GAMES :
(1) Asteroids (in BIOS)
(2) Mario Bross (C)
(3) Pole Position II (C)


NEC TURBOGRAPHX 16 (Release:30/10/1987)
Custom 8bit CPU: HuC6280 (7.16MHz)
Video Processor: HuC6270
Color Processor: HuC6260
Color Pallet: 512
On screen: 512 (256 for sprites, 256 for the background.)
Screen resolution 256x216
Sound: 6 channel stereo (5-bit sampling)
Can Control 64 sprites at once (16 colors and 32x64 max size.)
Ram: 8 Kbyte (TurboDuo = 32 Kbyte)
Video Ram: 64Kbyte " 512 Kbit"
Cart Size: 256Kbit - 20 Megabit Max. (S.F. 2) Normally 8 Mbits
Turbo CD / TurboDuo CD ROM Speed: 1x
Retail price: $ 199 USD
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition with 1 gamepad

" Serial: 9859476HB
Made in Taiwan "


GAMES (Hucards) :
(1) KEITH COURAGE in Alpha Zones (C)
(2) PACLAND (CIB)(PCEngine JAP) (JAPs do not work on US models)
(3) R-Type I (CIB)(US)
(4) GALAGA 90 (CIB)(US)


SEGA MEGADRIVE MODEL 1 (Release:10/1988)
CPU: Motorola 68000 at 7.68 MHz, Z-80 for sound
RAM: 64 Kb,Video RAM: 64 Kb
Resolution: 320x224, 64 colors (out of 512) on screen
Sprites: 80
Game media: Cartridges
Retail price: $ 189 USD
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition with 2 gamepads

" SEGA MEGADRIVE PAL-G
Model No. :1601-18, Serial: 220309516
Made in Thailand "

GAMES :

(1) Cool Spot (Boxed)
(2) Sonic 2 (Boxed)
(3) TOKI (Boxed)
(4) Batman Returns (Cart only)
(5) Mortal Kombat 3 (Box only)
(6) Wonderboy in Monsterland (Boxed)
(7) Jurassic Park (Boxed)
(8) Batman (Boxed)
(9) Garfield - Caught in action (Boxed)
(10) Teenage Ninja Turtles (Boxed)
(11) Addams Family (Boxed)
(12) Dungeons and Dragons (Boxed)
(13) Thunder Force IV (Boxed)
(14) Altered Beast, US (Cart only)
(15) 6 in 1, US (Cart only)
(16) Vectorman, US (Cart only)
(17) Sonic 2, US (Cart only)
(18) Shadow of the Beast (Boxed)

Thanks to Antonis Ourliakis for his offers !


SEGA 32X - MARS - (Release:11/1994 US - 01/1995 EUROPE)
CPUs: 2 Hitachi (SH2) 32 bit RISC processors.
CPU speed: 23 Mhz plus the Genesis/Megadrive CPU, 40 MIPS.
RAM: 512Kb (4mb) plus the Genesis/Megadrive RAM.
Video RAM: Genesis/Megadrive (64Kb).
Resolution: 320x224(Genesis).
Colors: 32,768 on screen.
Polygons: 50,000 texture-mapped a second
Hardware scaling and rotation.
Audio: Stereo PCM chip,audio mixing with Genesis sound,
additional 2 channels.
Game Media: Cartridges (Store save game/score infos)
Retail Price: $ 159 USD.
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition with all cables

" SEGA MEGADRIVE 32X
Model No. :MK-84200-50, Serial: 041042637
Made in Taiwan "


GAMES :
(1) Virtua Racing Deluxe 32 X (CIB)
(2) Star Wars Arcade 32 X (CIB)


AMSTRAD GX 4000 (Release:9/1990)
CPU : 8-bit Zilog Z80A at 4Mhz (Modified CPC 6128+)
Graphics: 16 sprites
Resolution: from 160x200 to 640x200
4096 color palette - 32 onscreen
Memory: 64k RAM,32k ROM
Sound: 3 channel MONO (AY-3-8910 chip)
Game Format: Cartridges
Retail: 99
(Great design ! , shaped as a UFO space craft ).
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

2 consoles one mint, one dead.
4 gamepads

" Serial: 735-0X39085 (dead)
  Serial: 735-0X51866 (working)
  Both made in Japan "


GAMES :
(1) Barbarian II (C)
(2) Pang (C)
(3) Burning Rubber (C)
(4) SwitchBlade (CIB)


SUPER NINTENDO (Release:1991)
CPU: 16-bit Custom 65C816, CPU Speed: 3.58 MHz
RAM: 128 Kb, Video RAM: 64Kb
Resolution: 256x224 Colors: 32,678 w/ 256 on screen
Polygons: requires SuperFX chip, Sprites: 128
Audio RAM: 512 Kbit
Sound chip: 8-bit Sony SPC700
Sound channels: 8, uses compressed wave samples
Media: Cartridges ( 2 - 48MBit )
Retail Price: $ 200 USD
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition with 1 controller and mouse

" SUPER NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
Model : SNSP-001A (ITA)
Serial: UP17856662
1982 Made in Japan "


GAMES :
(1) Donkey Kong Country 1 (CI)
(2) Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts (CI)
(3) Mystic Quest Legend (C)
(4) Starwing (Super FX) (C)
(5) Mortal Kombat 3 (C)
(6) Wing Commander (C)
(7) Lost Vikings, The (C)
(8) Double Dragon, The Shadow Falls (C)
(9) Super R-Type (CIB)

 


ATARI JAGUAR (Release:12/1993)
CPU : 5 in 3 chips "Tom"(26.591 MIPS),"Jerry"(26.6MIPS),68000 at 13.295 MHz (64bit)
RAM: 2MB of fast page mode DRAM 4 chips x 512K each
Maximum Resolution: 800 x 576 - 16.8 million colors on screen
Rendering Speed: 850 pixels/second, 10000 Polygons (Gouraud shaded)
Data Bus Speed: 106.4 MB/second
Game Media: Cartridges (55 total) and CDs (9 total, 700+ Megs format - with JagCD)
Retail Price: $ 250 USD
Jaguar was manufactured and distributed by IBM.
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

2 units in mint condition with 2 controllers,a/v cables,RF and ac/dc power units.(EURO and US models).

" ATARI JAGUAR
Serials: K146006732 (green led) and K13B005293 (red led)
Both made in the USA
"


GAMES :
(1) 2 Cybermorph cartridges (C) (Rarity:1)
(2) Tempest 2000 (C) (Rarity:3)
(3) Troy Aikman NFL Football (C) (Rarity:4)
(4) Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy (C) (Rarity: 3)
(5) Brutal Sports Football (C) (Rarity:2)
(6) Alien vs Predator (C) (Rarity:4)
(7) Power Drive Rally (C) (Rarity:3)
(8) Doom (C) (Rarity:4)
 


COMMODORE AMIGA CD32 (Release: Summer 1993, End:29/4/1994)
CPU: 68EC020 at 14.28 MHz. First 32bit console ever !
RAM: 2 MB, 32bit data bus, 1K flash ram for saves, 2X CD ROM speed
Kickstart 3.1
AGA,Custom Chips: Lisa, Alice, Paula & Akiko,16.7 million colour palette.
(like Amiga's 1200 pcb)
Commodore's last attempt to get back in the market. Commodore entered bankruptcy on April 29th 1994. The unshipped Amiga CD32 units were seized by the Philippines government as payment for the use of their factory !
Retail price: 800 DM / 2490 F / 375
Games : 250 F / 37,5 - 350 F / 52,5
 
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition with 1 controller

" MODEL AMIGA CD ID NO 513515
MADE IN THE PHILIPPINES
MANUFACTURED AUGUST 1993 "


Mouse, keyboard (German layout), joysticks (lots !) and one glowing trackball


GAMES :
(1) Microcosm (No box)
(2) Heimdall 2 (boxed)
(3) Ultimate Body Blows (boxed)
CD32-200, CD32-350, CD32-444, CD32-888...Tons of other compilations.
Thanks to: Maddog, Eggman, Tim and CD32's god : Frostwork !!


GOLDSTAR 3DO (Release:1993,End:1996)

CPU : 32-bit ARM60 RISC Chip at 12.5 MHz.First 32bit console in USA.
RAM: 2 Mb, Video Ram: 1 Mb,
Save Game Memory: 32kb SRAM (battery backed up).
Graphics: 640x480, 16.7 million colors (32K on screen)
20000 polygons (not textured), 20000 sprites
Media: Compact disk, CD ROM 2X
Retail price: $ 399,99 USD ... (Panasonic's was at $ 700 USD). A rich man's toy !
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition with 2 controllers

" MANUFACTURED DATE: JUNE 1995
Serial: 50603840
Modell-Nr.: GDO202P "


GAMES :
(1) Super Street Fighter II Turbo , US (boxed)
(2) Gex , US (boxed)
(3) Novastorm , US (boxed)
(4) Need for Speed , US (boxed - missing instructions)
(5) Total Eclipse , US (no box - with instructions)
(6) Olumpic Summer Games , US (boxed)
(7) Starblade (boxed)
(8) Real Pinball (boxed)


ThanX  to Paspartoo and Maddog for their offers !
Unfortunatelly my GOLDSTAR refuses to play ISOs :-(


SNK NEO GEO CD (Release:1994)

CPU: Motorola 68000 (12 Mhz, 16-bit), Zilog-80A (4 Mhz, 8-bit)
(Technically a 16-bit machine, not 24-bit)
Resolution: 320x224
Color Palette: 65,536
Maximum Colors On-Screen: 4,096
Maximum Sprites On-Screen: 380
Maximum Amount of Game Planes: 3
Sound Channels: 13 Channel Yamaha 2610 Chip
Internal RAM: 7Mb of DRAM
Video RAM: 512Kb
S RAM: 64Kb
Single speed CD-ROM (CDZ=Double Speed)
Console was plagued with unbearable load times !
Retail price : $ 250 - 300 USD
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit, boxed in mint condition with 2 controllers

"CD-TO1
 JA-0203785 "


GAMES :
;-P (ThanX Maddog !)


SEGA SATURN (Release:1994)

CPU: 2 Hitachi SH2 32bit – RISC CPUs, CPU Speed: 28 MHz / 25 MIPS each.
RAM: 2 MB Video RAM: 1.54 MB
Resolution: 640x224 Max , 704x480 Colors: 16.7 million colors
Polygons: 200000 texture shaded, 500000 flat shaded
Media: CD-ROM Disk
Retail Price: $ 399.99 USD

WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

2 consoles
One brand new (boxed and modded) + Pro action replay plus 4 Megs.
Second is in mint condition (No Box) + 4 controllers ( 2 analogue (3Ds)) + Pro Action Replay + Sega Multitap.

GAMES BOXED :
(1) Command & Conquer (Pal)
(2) Digital Pinball Last Gladiator (Pal)
(3) Sim City 2000 (Pal)
(4) Panzer Dragoon Zwei II (Pal)
(5) Sega Rally ChampionShip (Pal)
(6) Bazookatone Johny (Pal)
(7) Darius II (Pal)
(8) Christmas Nights into dreams(Pal)
(9) Daytona USA (Pal)
(10) Golden Axe the Duel (Pal)
(11) Tunnel B1 (Pal)
(12) Nights into dreams (US)
(13) In the Hunt (Pal)
(14) Decathlete (Jap)
(15) Grid Runner (Jap)
(16) Warcraft II (Pal)
(17) Layer Section (Jap)
(18) Sonic R (Jap)
(19) Clockwork knight II (Jap)
(20) Soukyugurentai Otokyo (Jap)
(21) The Game Paradise (Jap)
(22) Braindead 13 (Jap)

GAMES UNBOXED :
(1) Astal (US)
(2) Casper (US)
(3) Clockwork Knight (US)


SONY PLAYSTATION (Release:2/12/1994)

CPU: R3000A 32 bit RISC
CPU Speed: 33.8688MHz 30 MIPS
RAM: 2 MB
Video RAM: 1MB
Resolution: 640x480
Colors: 16.7 million on screen
Polygons: 500,000 Texture mapped
Sprites:
Virtually Unlimited Sprites on a Line
Virtually Unlimited Sprite Images
Virtually Unlimited CLUTs
Sprite size : up to 256 x 256
Game Media: CD
Retail price: $ 299 USD
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

2 main units, 1 boxed in mint condition (modded) with 3 controllers + Evolution Gamester's joystick (LS9201 EVO CONTROL SYS), 4MB memory card

Thanks Ambu Dare, Tasoulhs and Spyros Liakouras  for your offers !!
 


GAMES :

1) TOCA 2 Touring cars


;-P Thanx Maddog !


NINTENDO 64 (Release:1995)
CPU: Custom 64-bit MIPS R4300i-class RISC CPU
CPU Speed: 93.75 MHz 93 MIPS
RAM: 4 MB Video RAM: N/A Resolution: 640x480
Colors: 16.7 million w/ 32,000 on screen Polygons: 150,000 with all features
Stereo 16-bit, ADPCM Compression
Theoretically there can be up to 100 PCM channels
Each PCM channel takes 1% of the CPU time
Average number of channels will be 16-24
Wavetable Synthesis
Sampled at 48 KHz max
Internal Special Effects
Voice (w/ Pitch Shifting) Gain and PanReverb and Chorus
External (software) Effects Supported
Media: Cartridges
Retail Price: $ 199 USD.
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition + 1 controller + memory card + rumble pack

" Model: NUS-EUR-1
Serial: NUP15384704
Made in Japan "


GAMES :
(1) Donkey Kong 64 (CIB) + 4 MB expansion pack (Original Nintendo)
(2) F1 World Grand Prix (C)
(3) FIFA World Cup 98 (C)
(4) International Superstar Soccer 64 (C)
(5) Super Mario 64 (C)
(6) Zelda Occarina in time (CIB)
(7) Rampage World Tour (CIB)
(8) Star Wars Episode I Racer (CIB)
(9) Bomber Man 64 (CIB)
(10) Fighters Destiny (C)
(11) Star Wars Rogue Squadron (C)
(12) Star Wars Shadows of the Empire (C)
(13) VRally 99 Edition (C)
(14) FIFA 64 (C)

Thanks to "pitsunami" for his offers !


SEGA DREAMCAST (Release:1998)
CPU: 128-bit Hitachi SH4 CPU. CPU Speed: 200MHz / 360 MIPS
RAM: 16MB, Video RAM: 8MB, Sound Ram: 2MB, 128KB Flash Ram
Resolution: 640x480 Colors: 16.7 million colors
Polygons: 3 million per second
Sound: Yamaha AICA Sound Core
RISC CPU
DSP for real-time effects
64 sound channels
Full 3D sound support
Hardware-based audio compression
Media: Proprietary GD-ROM Disk (1 GB storage at 12X drive speed),CDs
Modem: Build in 33.3K
Retail Price: $ 199.99 USD
Outstanding machine !!
WHAT I HAVE IN MY COLLECTION ?

Main unit in mint condition + 2 controllers + 2 memory cards VMU + 2 rumble packs+ 4 MB flash VMU
Desert Eagle light gun, PC keyboard adaptor, Ferrari wheel and pedals

" Model No. HKT-3030 PAL-E
Produced to EN60950
Serial: DE971320176
Made in Indonesia "


GAMES :
(1) Tomb Raider IV
(2) SEGA GT
(3) V-Rally 2 Expert Edition
(4) Worms Armageddon
(5) Chu Chu Rocket
(6) Resident Evil 3 - Nemesis
(7) Fighting Force II
(8) WWF Royal Rumble
(9) Ready 2 Rumble 2 Boxing -BETA-
(10) Sonic Adventure
(11) Virtual Striker 2
(12) SEGA Rally
(13) Shenmue I
(14) Virtual Fighter 3th
(15) Bangai - O
(16) Star Wars Demolition
(17) Aerowings
(18) Metropolis Street Racer -MSR
(19) Silent Scope
(20) UEFA Striker
(21) F1 World Grand Prix
(22) F1 Racing Championship
(23) Urban Chaos
(24) Monaco Grand Prix, Racing Simulation 2
(25) Ferrari F355 Challenge (unboxed)
(26) MDK 2
(Originals PALs in their cases)
Boot CD (Utopia) and lots of... homebrew progs (Beats of Rage included)
ThanX Maddog and Badge for your offers !!!


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Please do not ask me questions like : " Will you sell me your ***** PCB / tabletop / computer ? " Sorry but can't sell. If I wanted to get rid of them I wouldn't have bought them myself in the first place. I'm not in this to try to make money off of people. I just collect them.