What consoles are plugged in? And what games are in them?

Grizzmeister
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April 28th, 2013, 4:17 pm #1

Saw this in another forum and I thought I'd post it here:

"What consoles do you have plugged in at the moment? And what games are currently in each console?"

Here are my answers. Starting from my oldest console:

SNES connected to a CRT TV with S-Video: In it I have the fighting game masterpiece Weaponlord

N64 Connected to a CRT TV with S-Video: Mario Tennis which is proving surprisingly difficult to beat.

Playstation 2 connected to a CRT TV with S-Video: Crash Team Racing which is actually a PS1 game.

GameCube (1) connected to a CRT TV with S-Video: Super Smash Bros. Melee

GameCube (2) connected to a LCD TV with component cables: F-Zero GX

Xbox 360 connected to a LCD TV with HDMI: Halo 4

Wii connected to a LCD TV with component: Mario Kart Wii

My CRT TV is a 20 inch (480i) flat-screen Toshiba and my LCD is a 40 inch (1080p) Sharp Aquos which also has a Sony 5.1 surround sound system connected to it.
"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident." - Arthur Schopenhauer

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Phantom
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April 28th, 2013, 4:25 pm #2

Cool topic

PS3 Connected to LCD TV: In it i Have Gran Turismo 5

Xbox 360 Connected to LCD TV: In it i have Left 4 dead 2

Nintendo 64 Coneected to LCD TV: In it i have Zelda OOT

Nintendo Wii Connected to Plasma TV: In it i have Wii Sport

Super Nintendo Connected to LCD TV: In it i have Yoshi's Island

Playstation 2 Connected to LCD TV: In it i have NFS Underground

My LCD is a 32' Sony Bravia and my Plasma is a 42' Samsung
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Grizzmeister
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April 28th, 2013, 4:29 pm #3

Bane: Any reason why the Wii is the only system connected to the plasma set? Also, how does your N64 look on your LCD and what kind of connection are you using? Sorry to be such a nerd but I really like to know these things. :huh:

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April 28th, 2013, 4:31 pm #4

I tend to keep my games on the shelf unless Im actually playing them.


NES - Connected to CRT in Living Room - No Game
SNES - Connected to CRT in Living Room - No Game
N64 - Connected to CRT in Living Room - No Game
Gamecube - Connected to CRT in Living Room - Game Boy Player Disc
PS2 - Connected to CRT in Living Room - No Game
Wii - Connected To LCD in Game Room - No Game
Wii U - Connected to LCD in Game Room - Mario Bros U



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Phantom
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April 28th, 2013, 4:38 pm #5

Grizz: I use HDMI cables for my PS3 and XBOX 360 and just the normal A/V Cables for my N64, Wii, SNES and PS2, the picture is actually pretty good, its a nice clear crisp picture and not really pixely, The reason the Wii is set up on the Plasma is because i have all my other systems set up in my room on the smaller LCD TV, but i have the set up because i was playing the Wii the other week with my Dad and sister and her Bf and the sports game on the Wii is really the only game my family likes playing all together so i keep it set up out there and just pinch it back to the room when i wanna play solo. :yeah:
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April 28th, 2013, 4:44 pm #6

NES connected to LCD. Super Mario Bros
SNES connected to LCD. Super Mario World
N64 connected to LCD. Super Mario 64
Gamecube connected to LCD. Luigi's Mansion
Wii U connected to LCD with HDMI. Mario U
Xbox 360 connected to LCD with HDMI. Black Ops 2
PS3 connected to LCD with HDMI. Playstation All-Stars
Get :n64: Or Get Out!

NTSC Collection: 81 Games
61 Cart Only
20 Complete In Box


GameCube: 78 Games Complete

My Collection

Nintendo Network ID: Spidercolt.
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Grizzmeister
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April 28th, 2013, 5:22 pm #7

I can see that you're a pretty heavy duty Mario fan there, Spidercolt. ;)
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April 28th, 2013, 6:32 pm #8

Cool Topic

Nintendo64- plugged into my AV receiver >TV
Composite to HDMI
Doom 64

SNES- plugged into my AV receiver >TV
Composite to HDMI
Yoshi Island

XBOX 360- Plugged into my AV Receiver >TV
HDMI
Crash Time 3

PS3- Plugged into my Av Receiver >TV
HDMI
Rail Fan

PC- Plugged into my AV Receiver > TV
HDMI
Nothing

Dreamcast- Plugged into my TV VGA and audio to AV Receiver
VGA
Cosmic Smash

Wii U- Plugged into my Av receiver >TV
HDMI
Lego City Undercover

Wii- Plugged into my TV Component and audio to AV Receiver
Component
Resident Evil GCN
Nintendo gaming since 1989 WiiU NNID- Vekoma64

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April 28th, 2013, 6:36 pm #9

This seems like a fun thread.

SNES hooked up to a Sharp CRT and LG LCD screen, with Megaman X in it.

N64 with Goldeneye in it hooked up to the same Sharp CRT and LG LCD.

Gamcube with Megaman X Collection inside of it again hooked up to the same two TVs.

Dreamcast with Sega Rally 2 inside of it hooked up to the same two TVs.

PSone with nothing in it connected to the same CRT and LCD TVs.

PS2 with Half-Life inside of it hooked up to the CRT and LCD.

Saturn with Daytona USA inside of it hooked up to the CRT and LCD.

Wii with nothing in it hooked up to the same two TVs.

Then downstairs,

Xbox 360 and another Wii connected to a 51" 120hz LCD TV.


For all the retro consoles, I have them routed through splitters which then connect to a DVD player. Then I use the DVD player to output to both TVs at the same time.
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Spidercolt
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April 28th, 2013, 6:49 pm #10

Grizzmeister wrote:I can see that you're a pretty heavy duty Mario fan there, Spidercolt. ;)
Yeah you could say that. Lol. I just happened to post on this topic when everything in my consoles was Mario lol
Get :n64: Or Get Out!

NTSC Collection: 81 Games
61 Cart Only
20 Complete In Box


GameCube: 78 Games Complete

My Collection

Nintendo Network ID: Spidercolt.
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