AstralSoul 471 Member · Posted October 30, 2019 Share Posted October 30, 2019 I think we all have that system that we always eyed but never took the plunge into. Either we wanted it as kids and never got it and kind of faded into obscurity or you just lost interest over time. Maybe by the time you decided you wanted to collect for it, the prices were just too high to justify. Whatever the case is, what system have you always wanted to collect for, wanted to play, wanted to like, but for one reason or another, just never did and likely won't ever get to? I always wanted a Sega Saturn. As a kid/teen I was all about the N64 and was also very familiar with PS1 at the time but had very little knowledge of the Saturn. Like everyone I knew at the time, the system was always considered the lesser 5th gen console. Even today looking back the library is relatively weak compared to most other big name consoles. But there was always something about it that intrigued me and the curiosity only grew as I got older. I was about to finally take the plunge into Saturn collecting last year, only I did the math and the high cost and hard to find CIBs and lack of must-have games put me off completely. There are definitely a handful of games I want - most are very very expensive - and while I'd love to have a Saturn just for experience's sake, I don't know I'll ever have $1000 to throw around for a system and a few of my most wanted games like the Panzer Dragoon games and NiGHTS Into Dreams. One that has been on my radar since its release in 1995 was the Virtual Boy. Yes it's more of a novelty than anything and I can't see myself or anyone actually playing it much. But it would make one hell of a collection piece. I've always wanted one even just for the experience. Like the Saturn, I almost made the plunge last year but decided against it when I realized there's a high chance the system of the system breaking or failing and I did not want something that I have to get fixed every few years. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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