Hi, so it’s been a while since I’ve done a collection thread. In the past, I’ve done threads showing an overview of my entire collection. This time, I thought I’d do something different and focus on one console: the Nintendo 64. I’ve been meaning to do this for a while, and I’m stuck in my apartment on a stormy day, so I thought now is as good a time as any. First of all, here are my 2 N64 consoles. They look identical from the outside (except for the dust), but they’re in fact different models. The one on the left is an NUS-CPU-04 model, which has been RGB modded. The RGB mod really makes a big difference in image quality. It also has the cartridge tabs cut, so it can play both NTSC-U and NTSC-J games. The one on the right is, I believe, either an NUS-CPU-05 or 08 model. I can’t be sure as I haven’t opened it (as I have with the 04 model), so I can only go by the serial number. Here are my games. There are 40 of them pictured here, although there’s one missing - an NTSC-U copy of Wave Race 64 (you can see 3 other copies in this photo). I’m not sure where it is. I tried to organize them in a somewhat logical way. There are a lot of great games in there, as well as some not so great ones. Some of these games I played once or twice as a kid, so I ended buying them mainly for nostalgia's sake. Some of them, in retrospect, aren't as great as I'd remembered. I’m pretty happy with this collection, although there are a few more games I’d like to buy. Here’s my one and only boxed N64 game. Sad, I know. I don’t really collect boxed cart-based games, mainly because they just don’t seem worth the extra price. Also, unlike disc-based games, carts don’t need to be kept in a case in order to remain functional. So… eh. This game is an original NTSC-J copy of Wave Race 64. Here are all of my different “paks”, or whatever you want to call them. From left to right: Expansion Pak, Jumper Pak (x 2), Controller Pak, and Rumble Pak (x 3). These things are easy to collect because they’re very cheap, except for the Expansion Pak - but I got a good deal on that one as well. And finally, here are my controllers. The one on the left is a Hori Minipad 64. If you’re not familiar with this controller, it’s basically a smaller N64 controller with a much better, Gamecube-style analog stick. It makes a big difference in overall playablity, and it makes almost any game much more enjoyable. The other 2 are, obviously, official N64 controllers. Well, I hope you enjoyed looking at my collection. This collection is nearing its completion, I think. I really want a 64DD, but it might be a while before that happens. I’m willing to answer any questions you might have. Sorry for the somewhat blurry pictures - the lighting in my room isn’t great, which makes it hard to focus. Happy N64ing!