Games Room Update from Australia – Almost back in action!

Sony CRT & Games Room Setup


Our games room was in need of a little change up. It was feeling a little crowded in some areas and the consoles just didn’t have a good flow. We decided to swap out our dedicated music area spot with the CRT TV’s unit. This has made just a VAST difference. The consoles are now all dedicated together on certain CRT’s or the flat screen TV’s.

It is amazing how much the feel of the room has changed. It’s almost like a new room and everything feels even more organised. Our current setup of consoles is below and I have referenced the size and or model of the TV’s if I have the info:

Setup for our games room – Side 1 Sony KV-HR36M31 is for all movies with Betamax, Laser Disc and VHS machines Loewe Calida 5072 is for Nintendo 64 PAL & NTSC-J, Super Nintendo & Super Famicom plus Gamecube Sony KV-21SP1 ‘PlayStation 1 TV’ dedicated to PS NTSC-J, Panasonic 3Do and PC Engine Sony 14 inch is setup using UHF for a top loader NES and Sega Master System 1 Sony 50 inch big screen is setup for all PAL consoles PS1, PS2 Fat, PS3 60g backwards compatible model and PS4

Side 2 Sony 50 inch (to be confirmed) running Sega Megadrive, Mega CD 1, NES Mini, Super Nintendo Mini, Xbox One S and PlayStation 4

Jusco 30th Anniversary Nintendo 64 Unboxing Rare Japanese N64

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The¬†Japan exclusive¬†Jusco 30th Anniversary Nintendo 64 console unboxing. This unit was sold only in the retail chain Jusco and so far on the search I've¬†not been able to see how many consoles had been produced. These beautiful two tone clear grey and transparent N64's are different to the Charcoal or Smoke Black. They are a slightly lighter grey with a clear base and it's contents are exactly the same as all other standard Nintendo 64 consoles sold. The collectable side of this unit is that they didn't come up for sale very often and it's only recently more have become available. @team1upem #NintendoCollector¬†#Nintendo¬†#N64¬†#Nintendo64¬†#Gamer¬†#GamerGirl¬†#Collector¬†#retrogamecollecting¬†#retrocollective¬†#retro¬†#Pikachu¬†#Rare¬†#Consoles¬†#gaming¬†#videogames¬†#gamersunite¬†#GamersOfAus¬†#gamersofinstagram¬†#gamersoftheworld¬†#Rare¬†#Jusco¬†#30thAnniversary¬†#Team1UpEm¬†#RetroGamer¬†#RetroGaming Moments by Sappheiros Creative Commons ‚ÄĒ Attribution 3.0 Unported‚ÄĒ CC BY 3.0… Music provided by Music for Creators

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Nintendo 64 Major League Baseball starring Ken Griffey Jr. Australian Exclusive

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This week we have one of the final Australia exclusive N64 PAL releases I own. The game Major League Baseball starring Ken Griffey Jr. РIt surprises me that it falls into the exclusive category. I don't even know if back in '98 baseball was really that popular in Australia. Any whoo this was one game that i'll admit I found hard to get into and play. I just don't understand the rules of baseball as it turns out. The key features of this title are that it does have the official licensing of players (not that I really know who they are Рsorry baseball fans) and that you can play batting as arcade or classic. Pretty neat! Oh and the camera angles also are very good for an older sports game. Overall it's not for me but I like the fact that it's an exclusive game and very happy to own it. So anyone else like this game? After some research apparently it had a big fan base @Team1UpEm #MajorLeague #MajorLeagueBaseball #Baseball #NintendoCollector #Nintendo #N64 #Nintendo64 #Gamer #GamerGirl #GamerGuy #Collector #retrogamecollecting#retrocollective #retro #Rare #Consoles #gaming #videogames#gamersunite #GamersOfAus#gamersofinstagram #gamersoftheworld #Team1UpEm #RetroGamer #RetroGaming

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