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Hey guys, I got bored in English class, so I wrote up a list of all the video game and computer systems I could think of. If you remember any that I missed, it would be greatly appreciated. Right now, I am missing all of the Apple line.

Nintendo
NES
Famicom – Famicom Disk System, 3D System
NES 2
AV Famicom
SNES
Super Famicom
SNES 2
Super Famicom Jr.
N64 – N64DD
GameCube – Game Boy Player
Wii
Game Boy
Game Boy Pocket
Virtual Boy
Game Boy Light
Game Boy Color
Game Boy Advance
Game Boy Advance SP
Game Boy Micro
Game Boy Advance SP ver. 2
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite

Nintendo/Panasonic
Panasonic Q

Nintendo/Sharp
Twin Famicom

Sony
PlayStation
PSOne
PlayStation 2
PlayStation 2 slim
PlayStation 3 – 20, 40, 60, 80 GB
PSP
PSP ver 2

Microsoft
Xbox
Xbox 360 – Core, Arcade, Pro, Elite

Sega
Master System
Master System rev 2
Genesis/Mega Drive – Sega CD, 32X, Multi-Mega/CDX
Genesis rev 2 – Sega CD rev 2
Genesis rev 3
Saturn
Dreamcast
Nomad
Game Gear
Mega Jet
SG-1000
Mark II
Mark III (becomes Master System)
Pico
Advanced Pico Beena
SC-3000
Dreamcast Divers 2000 CX-1

Tiger Telematics
Gizmondo

Mattel
Aquarius
Intellivision
Intellivision 2

Coleco
Colecovision
Gemini
ADAM

Magnavox
Oddessey
Oddessey 2

Commodore
KIM-1
PET
CBM-II
VIC-20
Commodore 64
SX-64
Educator 64
16
116
Plus/4
C128
Amiga CDTV
Amiga CD32
Amiga 500
Amiga 1000
Amiga 2000
Amiga 1500
Amiga 2500
Amiga 3000
Amiga 3000UX
Amiga 500+
Amiga 3000T
Amiga 600
Amiga 4000
Amiga 1200
Amiga 4000T

SNK
Neo Geo Pocket
Neo Geo Pocket Color
Neo Geo AES
Neo Geo CD
Hyper Neo Geo 64

Panasonic/Sanyo/Goldstar
3DO

Philips
CD-i

Pioneer
LaserActive

NEC
TurboGrafx-16/PC-FX
PC Engine

Atari
2600 – 6 switch
2600 – 4 switch
2600 – Jr.
5200
7800
Jaguar – Jaguar CD
Lynx
400
800/800XL/800XLF
1000/1000XL
1200XL
600XL
65XE
130XE
XEGS
800XE
520ST+
1040STF
1040STFM
Mega STE
260ST
520STM
520STFM
Mega ST (MEGA2, MEGA4)
520STE
1040STE
STylus/STPad
STacy
ST BOOK

Timex Sinclair
TS1000
TS1500
TS2048
TS2068

IBM
PC Jr.

GCE/Milton Bradley
Vectrex

Bally
Astrocade

Radio Shack
TRS-80

Emerson
Arcadia 2001 (AKA Ormatu in Netherlands)

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well since you are counting snes1 and 2>
Sega CD II
MasterSystem II
That Gamecube Panasonic thing
and you forgot the NEC PC-FX or how it was called. It has got the same CPU as our darling.

Thanks Bruno. That Panasonic GameCube was the Q

The PC-FX was the TurboGrafx 16 in US

No nintendo 64DD

The DD is an attachment for the N64, not a separate system

Under Nintendo you still need the Famicom and the Sharp twin Famicom which obviously is made by Sharp. 🙂 Then theres the 3D system for the Famicom but it’s more of an attachment. 3D system is the what it’s called.

sega sc 1000
sega mark III
sega dreamcast divers 2000
sega multimega
sega pc+ megadrice (forgot thr name)
sega megajet
sega pico

nintendo famicombox
nintendo table top
nintendo game and watch
nintendo tv game 6 in 1 (1977)
nintendo tv game 15 in 1 (1978)
nintendo race game with steer (1979)
sharp super famicom+tv

dozens of pong machines
there are also some old gamemachines with cardridges
1 made by philips called telespiel
1 other i have but forgot the name

If 64DD can’t make the list, then why did you include Sega CD? It’s also just an attachment 😛

Deadly-D wrote:
Then theres the 3D system for the Famicom but it’s more of an attachment. 3D system is the what it’s called.

I’m not sure that I’ve heard of that before. I checked Wikipedia, and couldn’t seem to find it. Could you possibly mean the AV Famicom?

Thanks for the Sega systems realwws, I never was a huge fan of Sega growing up. As for the Nintendo things you listed, I’d like to keep this list with just consoles and PCs, not things like Game and Watch games. BTW, what is the “sega dreamcast divers 2000”, I can’t find anything about it.

DanB wrote:
If 64DD can’t make the list, then why did you include Sega CD? It’s also just an attachment 😛

Good point DanB. I’ll just list it next to the console now.

since you’re listing the different ps3 hd sizes, you should also add the different xbox 360 versions.

I’m not sure that I’ve heard of that before. I checked Wikipedia, and couldn’t seem to find it. Could you possibly mean the AV Famicom?

Here are some pic’s of the 3D Famicom system courtesy of Famicom World.com

Theres also the Nintendo Famicom Disk System 🙂

sega deamcast divers 2000 cx-1 was the last sega made
its a japan only. i recently sold 1 on ebay do a search on it, then you will find it.
its a dreamcast witha buildin tv with a lot of extra features
the console looks like sonic’s head

here is a picture

Attachments:

Don’t forget the Atari ST (520/1040/STE). It’s the gaming computer I grew up with.

Thanks again guys. I can’t believe I forgot the FDS. Thanks for those pics of the 3D System Deadly-D. I don’t believe that I have ever seen that before

  • This reply was modified 12 years, 6 months ago by blcklblskt.

You must not forget ‘the world’s first 32-bit CD games console’ – the Amiga CD32. It had a year of success in europe before it died.

And the other Amiga computers (500/1000 etc.)

blcklblskt wrote:
Thanks again guys. I can’t believe I forgot the FDS. Thanks for those pics of the 3D System Deadly-D. I don’t believe that I have ever saw that before

No prob I think this list is an awesome idea. By the time I’m 104 I might actually own all those systems. lol

Yeah, I was planning on owning all of them. But, when I wrote this list, I was severly doubting it. So, I think I’ll exclude the Gizmondo down (Sorry Atari)

atari jaguar
atari jaguar cd

ormatu

commodore +4
commodore +16

 

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