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Boyfriend to Death

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I don't know if anyone has heard of them, but if you're into gore, horror porn, noncon, and the like I think you should check out the artist Gatobob/Gurobob and her visual novel games Boyfriend to Death, Boyfriend to Death 2, and her new one to soon come out The Hunt. Also check out 'Till Death Do Us Part. Another VNG that has similar topics, plus lore and stories!

I get nervous sharing my interest in it because of being judged for indulging in such things, but I feel this is a safe place to share it ;w; if you check it out, lemme know so we can discuss it or even RP it!

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      Hello Dreamers! It's been a while since I started any new threads, and it's felt even longer since I last made a thread that had a significant amount of effort put into it, so I'm hoping that by creating this thread I'll be able to somewhat make up for my lack of activity on the site in the last few months. Not that I'm making this thread purely out of worry of not being active enough! I am genuinely excited to showcase my video game collection here, and I'm going to try and go through each console I own in chronological order of when the console was released.

      Everything I own is either Nintendo or Sega. I've never been invested in Microsoft consoles and I'm only vaguely familiar with Sony consoles (PlayStation One and PlayStation 2 are the only Sony consoles I played as a kid). I've been collecting video games from a very early age, and some of the games I have here are ones that I have owned for over 15 years. I should also mention that this thread won't show absolutely everything that I have. It doesn't include games that I have in my Steam library (which you can see for yourself if you look on my profile), and there are some games that I used to have which seem to have gone missing, sadly. I'll make note of any missing games in the relevant sections of this post as I go into further detail.

      So with all of that out of the way, let's start with the earliest console I have in my collection, the Nintendo Entertainment System.
       
      Nintendo Entertainment System


      This is the oldest console I have in my collection, and it's not one that I play a whole lot of. It's very nice to have though; very vintage, and I feel as though any dedicated Nintendo fan would have to own an original NES. Most of the games I have for it were games I picked up a few years ago, and are all decently priced, though they do seem to be a bit more expensive in the present day, and there's quite a few titles that you would be very hard-pressed to find now, given the console itself is around 35 years old now. In this collection, Tetris is one of the only games I have that is still in its original box (although sadly it has been opened).

      I have 10 games for the NES. From top-left to bottom-right:

      Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, Pinball, Totally Rad, Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge, Tennis, Super Mario Bros. & Duck Hunt, Dr. Mario, Tetris.
       
      Super Nintendo Entertainment System

      Up next is the SNES library! I've steadily collected some games for this console over the years, with my very first titles I played being the Mario games. The SNES originally belonged to my uncle, but as he grew up and found a professional career, a partner, and moved out of home, he wasn't very interested in playing the SNES anymore and was mostly done with video games altogether, so, he very generously offered to hand-down his console and a few of the games to me around my 12th birthday, and I've happily held onto it and expanded on the collection ever since.

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      You might also be wondering what that thing to the left is. That's a Super Game Boy! It's essentially an accessory designed for the SNES a bit later after most of the games in its library were released, and it allows you to emulate Game Boy Colour games through the SNES, which is very nice, and they can all be played easily with a standard SNES controller.

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      Sega Mega Drive

      The Sega Mega Drive (or the Genesis as it is known in the U.S.) is the only console I own that isn't Nintendo. For now it's the only Sega console I own too, but I am planning on buying either a Sega Saturn or Sega Dreamcast sometime soon if I can, so that'll be an extra addition to my collection. For now I have been focusing on buying some new games for this console, and these have been some of the most recent additions to my whole collection (some of these games I only purchased within the last month). The Mega Drive boasts some classic titles in its library, especially the Sonic the Hedgehog series, as well as some other classics like Ristar, Altered Beast, and Earthworm Jim.

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      Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, DecapAttack, James Pond II: Codename: Robocod, Flicky, Rocket Knight Adventures, McDonald's Global Gladiators, Crüe Ball, The Ooze, Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle.
       
      Game Boy Colour

      I realise I should have included the Game Boy Advance with the Game Boy Advance SP you'll see in the next section of this post. Whoops. Anyways, here's my Game Boy Colour and my Game Boy Advance! I tend to prefer playing games on the GBC though, for the sake of the nice, retro, nostalgia experience you get with playing games on it. Same can be said for the very original Game Boy (the big, bulky one that's like the size of a brick. I don't have that model). I've always loved how the Game Boy consoles have so much variety when it comes to the colours of the devices themselves. There were lots of different designs made and some have even been made by fans. The lime green one which I have was one of the more popular ones when the GBC was at its peak in popularity, and I happened to choose it because green has always been my favourite colour. 💚 

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      Peace out, and game on~. ^^ 🌻👾🎮


       
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