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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:00 pm

By popular demand... :top:


Spare bedroom stripped & repainted


Fixtures & curtains and left-hand-side cabinets (x3) & shelves fitted


Wall opposite window


Empty sliding door cabinets


Empty shelves


Right-hand-side shelves fitted


Right-hand-side shelves


Right-hand-side cabinets (x2) fitted


Empty right-hand-side cabinets


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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:00 pm


Main view of room from door


Steel Battalion & Steel Battalion: Line Of Contact
Limited Edition Canadian NTSC crystal blue Halo II Xbox (Sealed)
Limited Edition US NTSC red PlayStation 2 (Limited to only 666 units)
Limited Edition PAL Halo III X360 (Sealed)
Halo III: Legendary Edition (Sealed)



Donkey Kong:Jungle Beat & Donkey Konga I & II
Limited Edition PAL GameCube's (x3) (Zelda Wind Waker; Mario Smash Football; Resident Evil 4)
Limited Edition Final Fantasy II WonderSwan Color
Limited Edition PAL Zelda Phantom Hourglass DS Lite (Limited to only 1,000 units)



Top: Various Limited Edition game box-sets (Sealed)
Middle: Various Limited Edition games (Sealed)
Bottom: Dvd Steelbook collection (Sealed)



Left-hand-side shelves


Top: Various Limited Edition Dvd box-sets (Sealed) & Dragon Warrior VIII Slime controller
Middle: Various Limited Edition Dvd box-sets (Sealed)
Bottom: Various Disney Dvd's (Sealed)



Right-hand-side shelves


Top: Various Limited Edition Dvd box-sets (Sealed)
Middle: Various Dvd box-sets (Sealed)
Bottom: Various Dvd box-sets (Sealed)



Lego Star Wars AT-AT & AT-ST


Alien Quadrilogy Dvd set & Lego Ferrari's


Lego Ferrari Enzo & Batmobile


Underneath view left-hand-side shelves


Underneath view left-hand-side shelves


Underneath view right-hand-side shelves


Left-hand-side cabinet view from window


Left-hand-side cabinet view from door


Right-hand-side cabinet view from door


PAL PlayStation games


PAL PlayStation 2 games (Sealed) / NTSC U PlayStation 2 games (Sealed)
PAL Wii games (Sealed)
PAL DS games (Sealed)



PAL Dreamcast games (Sealed)
PAL GB / GBC / GBA games (Sealed / Unsealed)



PAL Xbox games (Sealed)
PAL GameCube games (Sealed)
PAL PSP games (Sealed)
NTSC U PlayStation games (Sealed / Unsealed)
PAL N-Gage games (Sealed)



PAL Nintendo 64 games (Sealed / Unsealed)
PC games
PAL Xbox games
PAL GameCube games
JAP / NTSC U Dreamcast games (Sealed)
PAL Dreamcast games



Various PAL Dvd's (Sealed / Unsealed)
Various CD's (Sealed)



Disney Dvd shelf / Lego Ferrari F1


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Post by Jaffar Sholva on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:21 pm

Wow, what can I say omg!?! You collect everything, he? ^^
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Post by rarebucky on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:31 pm

I love those sliding glass door cabinets. Where did you get them? I'm assuming the shelves inside are adjustable?

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Post by Dark Sol on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:42 pm

UNHOLY SHIT!!! I LOVE IT!
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Post by Pascal on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:43 pm

wow its showtime ... cheers

AMAZING! in love :top:

now we need the single collection pictures in your collection threads Smile !
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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:52 pm

Jaffar Sholva wrote:Wow, what can I say omg!?! You collect everything, he? ^^

Pretty much! Lol! I collect for most current and last gen consoles. Anything after the PlayStation really which can be easily sourced in sealed condition. There's a few sealed SNES and Mega Drive games hidden away there somewhere too. Mostly UK PAL versions though, with small American collections and a very small Japanese collection which consists of a few Dreamcast games, WonderSwan Color, and Hello Kitty Dreamcast


rarebucky wrote:I love those sliding glass door cabinets. Where did you get them? I'm assuming the shelves inside are adjustable?

Argos - 80 each: http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8759573/Trail/searchtext%3ENEW+YORK.htm

Yes, one shelf is fixed for rigidity (Second from bottom), but the rest are indeed adjustable however you want them.


Pascal wrote:now we need the single collection pictures in your collection threads Smile !

They will come, but it takes a lot of planning to move various collections to apart of the house where there is plenty of room to take pics (Ie, kitchen! Lol!) - I like to do things properly, and with collections like the PS2 and Dreamcast games, it can take a long time to do
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Post by yobo on Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:54 pm

omg!?! Amazing! omg!?! pray

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Post by pandaholic on Sat Oct 11, 2008 9:25 pm

Definitely worth the wait. Very nice cabinets.
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Post by Morrison on Sun Oct 12, 2008 1:03 am

Wow.
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Post by Startyde on Sun Oct 12, 2008 3:48 am

The lego AT-ATs are pimp.
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Post by j.m.ratkos on Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:25 am

very nice. nice presentation and organization. I give it two thumbs up! ^_^
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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Sun Oct 12, 2008 9:30 am

j.m.ratkos wrote:very nice. nice presentation and organization. I give it two thumbs up! ^_^

Cheers! It's taken 6 months of hard work to do up the room like this (In and out of other things, such as working, socialising etc). It also took quite a while to unpack and organise and reorganise everything so that it fitted neatly, but also allowed for growth. Obviously the PS2, Wii, and DS games required the most extra space for expansion, whereas I doubt i'll buy many more sealed PlayStation / Dreamcast games - At least not in the quantities as I would the previously mentioned consoles.

I have few PS3 and X360 games at the moment, and those I do have tend to mainly be LE's / CE's.However, problems may arise in the near future as and when my PS3 and X360 collections grow, and also whenever the next-gen consoles are released - I would hope that the current gen consoles still have a good three to four years life in them yet though

Dvd's are my main worry though. I have found myself buying more and more lately, and quickly discovering a distinct lack of space for them
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Post by Dark Sol on Sun Oct 12, 2008 10:12 am

I really liked star wars stuff!
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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Sun Oct 12, 2008 7:32 pm

You can't see very clearly, but one shelf has all my LE / CE X360 and PS2 stuff on it, although there's a few games standing upright in front of them all.

I also have plenty more Star Wars Lego stuff which belongs in there, but there's not really much space for it all. There's a B-Wing and Boba Fett's Slave I, and also a Millennium Falcon too amongst others. I've not really bought any for a while though, and wish I had space for the Death Star, Star Destroyer, and that ultimate Millennium Falcon. There's also loads of Ferrari stuff I wanted to get, but Star Wars and Ferrari Lego are really hard to get hold of around my area, and there's few places that stock it as many tend to stock the smaller sets and others like Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Spider-Man, Batman etc. The Batmobile is perhaps one of my favourite pieces and is nearly 2 feet long!

Also, boxes for things like Dancing Stage Mario Mix and Beatmania are stored away in a cupboard in my bedroom along with most my cconsole boxes as there simply isn't any space to keep them, plus it keeps things tidier
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Post by sealeddreamcast on Sun Oct 12, 2008 8:10 pm

dude, the more I keep telling my wife I want to buy legos for myself, the more she is laughing "you'll play lego when we'll have kids" rofl
I think she needs to see your pics Smile

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Post by dconway321 on Sun Oct 12, 2008 9:01 pm

Amazing Collection and display omg!?!

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Post by Dark Sol on Sun Oct 12, 2008 11:51 pm

have you made those star wars robots yourself?
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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Mon Oct 13, 2008 8:36 am

Dark Sol wrote:have you made those star wars robots yourself?

Yes, I constructed them myself - They are sets 4483 (AT-AT) and 10174 (AT-ST). There's also a small Snow-Speeder underneath the AT-AT legs as well
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Post by happyheed on Sat Nov 08, 2008 1:46 pm

Gemini-Phoenix wrote:
Dark Sol wrote:have you made those star wars robots yourself?

Yes, I constructed them myself - They are sets 4483 (AT-AT) and 10174 (AT-ST). There's also a small Snow-Speeder underneath the AT-AT legs as well

i also have the falcon , sandcrawler and the republician gunship . they would be a nice addition to your starwars lego collection .
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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Sat Nov 08, 2008 3:58 pm

I have the second release of the standard Millennium Falcon, which I have since rebuilt. I have also rebuilt a standard Tie Fighter, B Wing, and Boba Fett's Slave I, which now sit on the empty top glass shelf seen in the pics above. I also have a n Arc 170 and an early Mindstorms R2-D2

I'm not a particular fan of that Sandcrawler. I wouldn't mind an X Wing, and I quite like the Collector's Series Tie Fighter too. The Collector's Falcon is also amazing, although at 350 it's a little out of my range. I would have liked the Collector's Death Star II as well, but that has since been discontinued
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Post by happyheed on Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:25 pm

i was in florida last month and in the lego shop at downtown disney they had the deathstar built up in a display case . they had 1 for sale but the box was all damaged . i was going to buy it but i didnt have any room in my cases to bring it back as my cases were full of timberland boots etc .
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Post by Gemini-Phoenix on Tue Nov 18, 2008 2:53 am

Lately my buying habits have shifted more towards buying more Dvd's and X360 CE's rather games. I seem to be going through a phase where all I seem to be buying at the moment is X360 CE's or Dvd Steelbook's - Neither of which come cheap!

I'm finding I have to keep dedicating more and more space towards Dvd's, and my Steelbook's especially. It won't be long until I will have to review how I store things, and find a way to fit in as much as possible whilst still keeping it structured. I've already had to neglect my Mega Drive ccollection from the room, and I really don't want to have to remove anything else in order to keep it looking smart

Most of the current-gen consoles have dedicated space allocated for expansion, including PS2 games, so there's enough space for plenty more PS2, PS3, X360, Wii, DS, and PSP games to come, which should see me well into the future. I only hope this generation lasts longer than previous generations.

I haven't really been on eBay lately either, and my want list is ever growing. Thankfully, the PS3 has hardly any games worth buying for it, and there's only about a dozen more Wii games that interest me right now, as good Wii games come like once a month... I'll most probably play catch-up sometime after Xmas


Looking back, this time last year I barely had any X360, DS, or PSP games, and no PS3 games whatsoever. I haven't really bought any PSP games for a while, and there's very few I actually want to be honest. Same goes for PS3. There's about another 20 DS games I want, and the X360 has the longest list of wanted games as there's just so many good games for it - (Shame about the faulty hardware...)

Looking forward, i'm not sure which way my collection is going to grow. I have a huge backlog of PS2 games to obtain, as well as games like Guitar Hero Aerosmith, Rock Band, and Guitar Hero World Tour (Which I have put off buying simply because they take up so much space!). I am hoping to catch up on the few DS and PSP games I want, as well as seek out the few X360 LE's and CE's that i've unfortunately missed out on.

With the Xmas season upon us already, I have entered it in quite a good position, having already gotten most of the 'Big' X360 CE's under my belt so to speak, with only a few more left to get hold of before things quieten down after the new year...
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Post by part one on Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:45 pm

Out of curiosity: Why would you collect DVD's? I have to admit I got some steelbooks myself (had to grab iron man) but there are 3 points that keep me immune from the urge to collect:

1.: DVDs are all over the place..you can get them everywhere and they throw them after you now that bluray is coming (not for a while though but still all the retailers are hyperventilating).

2. There are as good as no rare DVDs. At the moment there are more steelbooks being produced than regular DVD-cases. That's because some marketing-brain found that the only way to stop the vast decrease of pricelevel is to reproduce every last f*cking flick that has already been released a hundred times in a hundred different cases and boxes in steelboks..another bitchslap to the customers is, that in order to keep the prices competitive while keeping producion expenses at a low rate, there's absolutely nothing inside the tin but the DVD..no manuals, flyers whatsoever, which leads to point

3. There will never be any value growth on DVDs..they will go down the same road as MCs, Laserdiscs, Minidiscs etc.

..so I wanted to know your personal reasons for collecting

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Post by striker on Fri Nov 21, 2008 8:00 pm

yea collecting sealed DVDs is a bit pointless to me, I do have a DVD collection but of movies I've actually watched.
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