I still have my old NES, (okay so this was the third one.. but its really old).. my Atari (for some reason its not dead yet), my megadrive (1 and 2).. and the SNES.. (at least it should still be functioning, but my nephew crushed the controller with a vase ) my playstation.. its almost totally dead, but it still plays games.. (you have to put something heavy on top of it).. hehe.. so yeah, i guess if you take care of you're consoles.. they will really last long.. unless they get trashed by one of you're relatives..Originally posted by Shiori
well the SNES ain't got no moving parts inside....my famicom still works pretty good too...if it weren't for the busted controllers.
Gee.....u r very right.....emulation makes everything easy.... just takes a little time to find the right plugins combination (if u r not using VGS or Bleem likes, of course) and them when u got the perfect match for your PC....its just playtime....Originally posted by JuniorCrb
thank emulation it makes everything so easy.....no realining my computer hehehe
Well even with taking that one I got to bits and realigning the laser for approx 2 hours I only managed to get it to work if its balanced on its edge.Originally posted by Xeven
my playstation.. its almost totally dead, but it still plays games.. (you have to put something heavy on top of it)..
I dont know what to say.. if they found out u cheated them... they could report to police.. :eyes:Originally posted by Palom
My brother bought himself a new Playstation, so I packaged my old one in his box and took it back to the store for a new one. Free replacement.