A small but humble collection

Sega Mega Drive Genesis Master System games cartridges cases collection

Well, after the arrival of the NES displaced my Sega games from the upper shelf of the TV cabinet I had to find a suitable new home for them. Stacking them beside the cabinet was not an ideal solution and with very little space for shelves in my man-corner of the kitchen the only alternative was to put them in one of the spare cupboards.

Trouble was – there weren’t any.

So after much negotiation with the wife/boss/High-Empress-of-the-Universe I cleared the stuff out of one of the  utensil cupboards on the condition I found a new home for the cables and boxes which meant rearranging the space under the stairs to accommodate them. I then proceeded to clean the cupboard out before putting in the new contents.

Once I was done I was a little taken aback at how small my collection looks. Of course, the fact that a lot of them are cartridges without their boxes goes some way to explaining it but still I was expecting it to look larger somehow. Nevertheless, it continues to grow steadily. At least it looks a lot cleaner now and the risk of the cat climbing over them or my daughter knocking them over is gone.


Author: Tony Wilkins

When Man entered the atomic age, he opened a door into a new world. What we’ll eventually find in that new world, nobody can predict.

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