Ultimate Game Room Tour & Ideas 2017

Ultimate Game Room Tour & Ideas 2017


Hey guys, what’s up? My name is Chris. Welcome to my Game space. Welcome to the Gamespacious room guys, right
here is my pride and joy, my main wall of games. I’ve started collecting games as a hobby back
in 2014, mostly retro and modern games, as well as different systems, and some fun collectables
that I have on display. So I’m going to take you through my games
quickly and show you what are my favorites for each console. Starting with the top left is my Xbox One
games, awesome console, and I can’t wait for the Xbox One X and true 60 frames per second
with 4k resolution for that. The Xbox 360 is one of my favorite consoles,
huge selection and variety of games, with a lot of games that are backwards compatible
on the Xbox One and can play original Xbox games as well. It’s also a good time to start collecting
for this system as prices are very cheap now. Another favorite console of mine is the original
Xbox. I’m not an Xbox fanboy, but this console was
so damn awesome and it still is. It has amazing graphics, so many games, and
it introduced Xbox Live for online play. This console knocked it out of the park. Here I have a few Game Gear and Atari 2600
games. I don’t have a big selection as it isn’t one
of my main goals to collect for right now. I want to collect more for the Saturn and
Sega CD, but they are starting to get too expensive, so I may come back to it another
time. Sega Dreamcast was another baller console
that came out and was very short lived. Another great selection of games for this
console to collect for if you’re starting out. At the bottom are my PC boxed and disc games,
mostly older titles my brother and friends played back when we had dial-up internet and
if you had DSL internet, that meant you were better than everyone else. Not my favorite to collect for, but the boxes
are really unique and come in different sizes. Moving up to the second shelf at the top are
my Playstation 4 games, not a huge selection yet, but I love this consoles exclusives titles,
looking forward to getting more. Probably my least favorite modern console
to collect for, never been a fan of the PS3, Im just happy there are ports on the PS4 that
I can play on. Love this console, I still remember the first
time I seen a PS2 for sale under the glass display when it was priced at $700 dollars
somewhere. The design blew me away, it was so sleek and
powerful and it was a while before I was able to get my hands on one, but this console holds
a special place in my heart. Not big on the Sony handhelds right now, but
these are great for gaming on the go. Got a few Japanese imports of my favorite
Resident Evils and JRPGs for the PS1 Probably my all time favorite console, the
Playstation one. Very diverse selection of games, tons of JRPGs,
it gave us survival horror, horror, whatever, 3D action games and so much more. Uh definitely love collecting for this console. Growing up, Final Fantasy VII has been my
favorite game to play multiple times, but I just love too many games for the PS1 that
I can’t pick a single game. Here we have the greatest Anime game of all
time, Cory in the House, I should mention this is sealed because it’s worth it. Moving on, I have a complete in box set for
the core Pokemon games, including an English-translated version of Green with a custom box, and the
Japanese versions as well. Got a few DS and Gameboy games here, nothing
too big. Got 4 games for the Switch, and a small but
growing collection for the Wii U. I’m aiming to complete this set because there
are both great titles and a small amount to collect overall. The Wii gave us some fun titles, but so much
stupid shovelware so I just have the essentials right now. The gamecube is an awesome console, but I
was more into Playstation 2 at the time, so I don’t have much. Alright guys, so that’s the main wall of games,
moving on to the area where I sit and play my games and display my main consoles Up here we have the Nintendo handhelds, I
started with the original gray Game boy with Tetris like most other people my generation
and I worked my way up to the new 3DS. Under those, are the Nintendo consoles, the
gamecube, the Supaboy and the NES Classic Edition, Super Nintendo and the Retron HD
on top of the original NES. I play games on a Samsung 47″ HDTV, for the
room size, it’s perfect and high quality. Here we have the Nintendo 64, the Xbox 360,
Sega Dreamcast, and Playstation 2 all hooked up and ready to go. Under those on the left side is the Wii Wii
U and the Switch. Beneath that is where I store my controllers,
remotes, and memory cards or batteries. Moving on to the middle we have the Playstation
4, Xbox One S, and the original Xbox On the right side is the Retron 5, Playstation
TV underneath there, and my Raspberry Pi, and the Steamlink to play PC games on the
TV if I desired Beneath this is where I manage all my cables
and switch boxes for all these consoles on the TV stand. The remotes are stuck on the doors using velcro
stickers and it makes it really convenient to pull off and switch channels, and to put
back without losing it. To the right of the main gaming area, is where
I put more of my consoles up on display Under the table is where I put all my controllers
and accessories. Here we have the Game Gear, Sega Nomad, Sega
Saturn, model 2 Sega Genesis with the 32x and CD attachments. Atari Flashback 5, Xbox original Halo Edition,
PSP and Playstation Vita Playstation 3, Playstation 2, both the original
Playstation and the slim edition Virtual Boy, the Power Glove, and Halo 3 collectors
edition helmet On top of the drawers underneath is the Buttkicker
Gamer 2, you can attach this to your chair for crazy vibrations from the games, I’m hard
of hearing so it’s extremely helpful and fun for me. Next to it is my original in box Super Nintendo
Super Set I had this growing up with my brother. These drawers are fantastic and you can get
them pretty much anywhere. You can see through them and figure out which
drawer holds whichever controller or cables you’re looking for. Over here is where the Internet is, no not
that one, this one. THE internet from the I.T. Crowd show. The Elders of the internet allowed me to show
this on Youtube for you guys. Link to what this is in the description below
if you’re unfamiliar with this. This is where the magic, er, my job and YouTube
editing happens. I’m a full time web developer. Up here is my cover of Steve Jobs from the
TIME magazine and the vinyl record of my favorite album from Chevelle, Wonder What’s Next. Right here we have Audioengine A5 Speakers,
and underneath it is my custom built water-cooled VR PC, I won’t name off the specs but it’s
perfect for any game I throw at it. Beneath the PC is my Audioengine S8 subwoofer,
again, I’m hard of hearing so this is badass for me and it probably pisses off the neighbors. Over here I have a little area for Destiny. A lot of people hate Destiny, but it pulled
me in after the Taken King expansion came out. It’s one of my favorite games for this gen. The bottom shelf is all Game of Thrones Funko
Pops, aren’t they just cute. The middle row are from various movies and
tv shows, let me know if you recognize the 3 guys at the end. The top row is all Marvel, can you tell I’m
a fan of them? Moving on, we have some collectable statues
and figures, Nathan Drake, Sniper Wolf, Mad Moxxi, and the Revenant from Doom Beneath these are where I currently have my
HTC Vive and the OSVR headsets. Moving on to the retro game shelf. This is an autographed blueprint of the first
Macintosh signed by Steve Wozniak, one of Apple’s co-founders. Here I have my Nintendo 64 games, I have labels
but haven’t placed them on yet. The Nintendo 64 is another favorite console
of mine, with Zelda Ocarina of Time and Goldeneye being my favorites for this console. I have 4 loose carts for VirtualBoy, hard
to find more these days. And these are the Super Nintendo games, I’m
thinking of picking up a Famicom sometime soon. Lot’s of great games for the Super Nintendo. The first console I ever owned, I got all
the essentials I had growing up and more. Also got this great hack of Final Fantasy
VII for the NES as well. Last but not least are my Sega Genesis games,
this console introduced Sonic and I’ve been hooked on this console ever since then. This is my Thrustmaster TX Racing Wheel with
the stand and gearbox shifter. I love this thing, it’s so much fun on Forza
Horizon 2 and 3. The final part of the video showcases the
lighting I have in the room. It’s very subtle and not obnoxious, the tv
stand also has lights I added in, you can change them individually or change them all
at once with different colors and different effects. Well that’s all I have for you guys. If you liked the video, please subscribe and
let me know what you think in the comments below. Thanks and I’ll catch you later.

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