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maximus_clean
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NEW - My game room - Gameroom #2 pics up

by maximus_clean Thu Mar 06, 2008 7:23 pm

http://thehallofgame.blogspot.com/

This took me a long time to finish... I think it was worth it though.
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by ott0bot Thu Mar 06, 2008 7:45 pm

looks pretty nice. I like the high shelves on the wall.
now if you had a system hooked up to your bar tv with wireless controllers....
that would be sweet. :wink:
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by The Apprentice Thu Mar 06, 2008 7:49 pm

Gaaaaahh! Why is it that so many people have the money and room in their house that I don't have! You're so lucky. I wish I could be cool enough to have something like this.
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by Flak Beard Thu Mar 06, 2008 8:05 pm

Cool looking room, but why the overkill on Nintendo love? Seriously... 276 N64 games? I can count the number of good N64 games on both hands... no wait, one hand.

You got to beef up your PS2 and Genesis selection. :wink:
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by Droid party Thu Mar 06, 2008 8:59 pm

Great room man.
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by maximus_clean Thu Mar 06, 2008 10:06 pm

[quote="ott0bot"]looks pretty nice. I like the high shelves on the wall.
now if you had a system hooked up to your bar tv with wireless controllers....
that would be sweet. :wink:[/quote]


Thanks. There is connections to hook up to that tv too, and it has a wireless mouse and keyboard at the bar o surf the net. I am logged onto nintendo forums on the tv inthe pic.
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by maximus_clean Thu Mar 06, 2008 10:17 pm

[quote="Flak Beard"]Cool looking room, but why the overkill on Nintendo love? Seriously... 276 N64 games? I can count the number of good N64 games on both hands... no wait, one hand.

You got to beef up your PS2 and Genesis selection. :wink:[/quote]

Well, it is a Nintendo collection after all, thats why there is so many N64 games, I am almost done collecting them all... I guess i should have mentioned that. After Nintendo, I pretty much just collect games I personally enjoy playing or playing with friends.

Sorry to say (I know there is a large # of Sega fans here), but growing up i had most Sega products and Nintendo products and after it's all said and done, Sega tried to squeeze to much money out of me for CRAP (kinda like N64).

By the time Saturn and Dreamcast arrived, I had already stopped bothering with Sega. Now I am really enjoying playing all the Saturn and Dreamcast games I read about on Racketboy because i missed them growing up. So it's win win ;-) Saturn and Dreamcast are better than most old systems, almost all infact, except SNES.
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by raztat Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:00 pm

very nice room, I love it. I think im going to be building a house soon, its going to be small but hopfully I can afford to add a basement and turn that into a game room / office. If I can I would love to have an arcade machine in there. Maybe you should add one to your room.
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by racketboy Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:13 pm

Love the style!

I may have to start a new game room of the month feature or something :)
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by executioner Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:39 pm

gaming room with a bar... damn you. maximus wins march, nice clean stylish room.. good idea to have an extra hookup away from tv.
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