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Not everything I own, but just stuff I have on the SD Card.

Switch collection SO FAR
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Super Famicom
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Famicom/NES
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Genesis

The condition of some of these carts make Baby Jesus cry. Also some Ebay Repros that are of MUCH higher quality than that Columbus Circle crap.
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I took pics of every Saturn game individually for Facebook. I won't put all 40+ games here but here are some of the highlights and more interesting games.
One PS1 game peeking in as well.
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How do you like Sonic Mania?
 

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You keep your spine cards wrapped around the manuals I guess? I don't understand why you would do that.

I thought Contra: Rogue Corps was set to be released on the 24th.
 
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I don't know how else to display Spine cards. You aren't the first to cringe at how I do this.

Rogue Corps is out on the 24th, estarland has a habit of breaking Street date for some games, and not shipping them until a week later on others.
 

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I don't know how else to display Spine cards. You aren't the first to cringe at how I do this.

There are a few ways that I think people usually do it. One is to keep the spine card outside the case on a shelf with other games. That's what I do; it isn't ideal, because the spine card could potentially get damaged, but it looks good and allows fairly easy access to the games. Another option is to keep the spine card and game inside a resealable plastic wrapping; this is probably ideal, but less convenient. It's probably a good idea at least for more valuable games, though - I have one game that I keep like this. The other way is just to keep the spine cards on the inside of the case where you can't see them, in which case you can only see the manual art and the case spines on the outside.

It doesn't make a lot of sense to keep the spine cards wrapped around the manuals, because you're blocking part of the manual that wouldn't normally be blocked. It makes more sense for the card to be either outside the case like it was originally, or not visible at all. Also, the way you're doing it, if the manual is thicker than a certain size, then the spine card will get bent slightly.
 

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It's a habit I've been displaying spine cards like this for close to 20 years now. Only game I didn't do it with is a PS1 game where this display method wouldn't have worked as it's one of those bulky Japanese cases.

My PS1 stuff is probably next. It's probably 90% Japanese and of that maybe 80% fighting games.
 
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