I changed the pictures of my Saturn album,because i managed to find around 100 spine cards those last months.
Still need around 10 spine cards,and i'll get the whols japanese fullset including spine cards!
I added too a sub-album for factory sealed games,putting about 60 of my best factory sealed titles (i have more than 200)
Last edited by Adol; 05-04-2009 at 03:27 AM.
Thanks for the update - nice work!
What's the CD-R in the last pic? It's not the most exciting picture in the set! :lol:
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Yes,you had to do it, because that is what you do best ^^Originally Posted by Yakumo
I already told ONE YEAR AGO i won't go for all variations. I have most of satakore variations,and generally all DX versions of the "normal&dx versions", but i do have sometimes both. I have the precise list of the variations i'm missing,but well,unless great opportunity,i wouldn't care. Buying 3-4 times the same game doesn't enjoy me,maybe you,but not me.
And i have now more than 1200 games i think..since i got some of those variations.
But I have 25 other fullsets to take care of,i can't be everywhere. Mostly focused on PCE factory sealed fullset,and gamecube factory sealed fullset. Boy those are expensive.
Oh I agree that buying the same game more than once is stupid but the real definition of a full set is to own everything commercially released. Then there are some real anal collectors who insist a real full set also includes all unreleased games. That I don't agree with though.
Anyway, congratulations on your set. I'm sure you are the envy of many collectors around the world :nod:
Fortunately, those anal collectors are not the most common people on internet :)Originally Posted by Yakumo
Even the anal ones who consider all variations (and they are AS anal as the 1st ones).
Sorry to say this, but there is no "real" definition of a fullset. We already argued 1 million times about this, no need to do this one time more.
Some will see just "all different titles", while other would see all variations, even the 8 different Tokimeki Memorial on PC Engine since the serial number change on the CD.
Yeah, do you collect all releases with ALL different serial numbers for ALL titles on Saturn? I think not ^^ Otherwise it'll probably be 2000+ titles.
Other will consider you'll need too all European/US Exlusives, other would see all European/US titles as well (worldwide fullset,then? :) , even if the games were released in japan,etc.. it's endless, so i don't care about anal comments anymore ^^
For the "unreleased stuff", there can't be a definition of a fullset, since new stuff is ALWAYS discovered, year after year..so what you consider a fullset, won't be anymore any time something else appears..and believe me, it will!
Anyway, everyone has their goals..
Last edited by Adol; 05-04-2009 at 04:38 PM.
A full set in my opinion has to include every commercially released game. Demos/Hibaihins ect. are like the icing on the cake, but for me they are not necessarily included in a fullset (although I love to collect Saturn Hibaihins anyway).
I think Adol's collection is amazing and depressing on the same time, which can be seen as a compliment :P Not much seems to be missing, maybe the bunch of Koei box-sets (those indentically sized Premium Packs, i.e. of Angelique, Sangokushi, Suikoden, Taikou Risshiden II ect). They certainly looked nice standing in a row, I just bought my first two of them a couple of days ago and am very eager to get more :)
59,630 > 57,300
And would you include,like Yakumo was suggesting, all variations of the same game? Like Satakore, normal version, deluxe version of the same titles (let's say Thunder Force V),or just the DX version would be enough?Originally Posted by ave
I consider hiobaihin/demo too to be an "icing on the cake",because as said earlier it can't be done 100%. There is always a new demo surfacing,a sample we haven't heard of...
Yes,i'm missing 2-3 Koei "BEST" releases or premium boxes,but i won every title in "normal" edition of those boxes,with spine card.I'll try to get them when i can. The "Adventure pack" or "Nobunaga", "Emit" or even "Sangokushi" packs were harder to find (well at least,for someone like me who never go or live to Japan)Originally Posted by ave
I'm still looking for those spine cards, if anyone can provide them:
Playboy Karaoke Vol.1 プレイボーイカラオケ ＶＯＬ１
Private Idol Disc Vol.10 プラドルＤＩＳＣ Ｖｏｌ．１０ 真崎麻衣
PGA Tour Golf 97 ＰＧＡ ＴＯＵＲ ９７
Kumitate Battle 組み立てバトルくっつけっと
Dejig McKnight Art Collection デジグ マックナイト アートコレクション
The Star Bowling 2 ザ・スターボーリング Ｖｏｌ．２
Next King ~Koi no Sennen Oukoku~ ネクストキング 恋の千年王国
Senryaku Shougi 戦略将棋
Last edited by Adol; 05-04-2009 at 07:12 PM.
If it's necessary to buy several versions of a game while already owning the superior one is up to oneself I think. Most variations have different serials so I consider them worth to hunt down for the complete set. Different numbers on CDs are a pain in the ass and I wouldn't go thus far, although there's also that issue with the differently coloured spine-cards of VF Remix that I still try to get hold of (I have only the red one).Originally Posted by Adol
Basically in my opinion it is well enough to have all the soft that got released which includes multiple version only if there were changes in content or gameplay (like Soukyuugurentai or SF Zero 2 Dash Satakore).
But you can come very close. I think Satakore.com has listed pretty much every hibaihin out there, they are at least somewhat limited to a certain amount other than new betas or unreleased games that keep popping up from time to time like you said.I consider hiobaihin/demo too to be an "icing on the cake",because as said earlier it can't be done 100%. There is always a new demo surfacing,a sample we haven't heard of...
I think there were actually eight Premium Boxes in that lovely size:Yes,i'm missing 2-3 Koei "BEST" releases or premium boxes,but i won every title in "normal" edition of those boxes,with spine card.I'll try to get them when i can. The "Adventure pack" or "Nobunaga", "Emit" or even "Sangokushi" packs were harder to find (well at least,for someone like me who never go or live to Japan)
Sangokushi being probably one of the easiest to find. WWII war sim ones are a real pain in the ass, probably on one step with the EMIT Value Set.
Just had a glance at my bunch of spare spine-cards but nothing that you are looking for, sorry.
59,630 > 57,300
59,630 > 57,300
Here are the Koei variations i don't have (even if i own the title,normal version)
Daikoukai Jidai II Premium Pack T-7649G
Sangokushi Eiketsuden Premium Pack T-7652G
Sangokushi Koumeiden Premium Pack T-7651G
Sangokushi 5 Premium Pack T-7648G
Suikoden Tenmei no Chikai Premium Pack T-7655G
Taikou Risshiden II Premium Pack T-7653G
Teitoku no Ketsudan 3 Premium Pack T-7654G
Taiheiyou no Arashi 2 "normal" T-15018G (i have the DX)
Air Management '96 (KOEI BEST) T-7668G
Taikou Risshiden II KOEI BEST T-7667G
Winning Post KOEI BEST T-7666G
For a title like Taikou Risshiden II,you have the normal game,the premium pack AND the BEST edition..
Wow Adol! Thanks for sharing. Tres beau collection!! The best!Originally Posted by Adol
Your My Idol.
By the way, What is the yellow box next to the V saturn supposed to be? It also has a blue square on the box that says Sega Saturn, but I didnt see that box anywhere.
Last edited by FlabberGaster; 05-10-2009 at 09:21 AM.
Go pump iron with your boyfriends at the gym, I'd rather play my video games anyways.
It is the Word Processor Set,made by Koei...you can make text treatment,just like Word and this is a printer mainly (soft as well,etc).Originally Posted by FlabberGaster