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    Quote Originally Posted by F4U57 View Post
    Epic collection!
    You sure, you didn't post it here by mistake? 8mans gear's up the hill ;). Sincerely though, thank you very much for your kind words. Am glad you like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliverclaude View Post
    Don‘t, …there‘s an undeniable touch of sadness, when you find yourself so close to the end of your collection. And it‘s definitely a Neo thing… this 24-Bit beast presses so much attention, endurance and discipline out of a collector, that you can‘t help it becoming emotionally involved, hence the sorrow when it stops.

    Granted, there are indeed some possibilities for a bearable afterlife. You could become an Indy-esque adventurer and take your part among the raiders of the lost prototypes, like Mr. Pitt. You could follow the grand design of a museum, like collector's finest StealthLurker or, ...well, dive into the abyss of highscore gaming, where there's only you and the machine, in a Kyle Reese sort of way, and you keep that damn counter ticking . Big-up to metallizer on the latter one, your highscores are an inspiration...

    Anyway, weather you like it or not, the question of 'what's next' keeps on pushing...

    ...so you see, no need for jelly.

    Yet, there could be a silver lining. As the founder of these forums said: "...to own these games in their original form has enchanting appeal and is very rewarding."

    He has a point there. So, in Ultraistas words: many 'Gold Dayzz' for your life as a collector...
    Slow tear drop....

    Still jelly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reclaimer View Post
    tear drop.... :)
    Got a lot of love for Mezzanine,...
    ...though Blue Lines is still king and Liz Frazer < Shara Nelson.


    But regarding grandma's ol' glass with jelly: you can have it, it's all yours... ;).

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    Someone get this man a nice bottle of riesling.

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    very cool storing idea and an awesome collection
    Berries fighting game quest signature is under development - Completed NeoGeo MVS fighters so far: AoF, AoF2, AoF3, SS, SS2, SS3, SS4, KoF94, KoF95, KoF96, KoF97, KoF98, WH, WH2, WH2Jet, Waku Waku 7, FF, FF2, FFS, FF3, Savage Reign, Kizuna Encounter, Kabuki Klash, Galaxy Fight, Last Blade
    http://www.neo-geo.com/forums/showth...59#post3851759

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolifoxgirl View Post
    Someone get this man a nice bottle of riesling.
    ...and while you're at it, I'd fancy a Rüdelsheimer ...though, on second thought, Liebfrauenmilch is fine and a furious Erdener Tropfen for the road ...to the final victory, that is ;).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerryTogart View Post
    very cool storing idea
    I was kneading dough, since I was ten ...yeah, I know what you're thinking now, but that dough was all about pastry. So, anyway, storing just had to do with what made this collection possible... and yeah, I know what you're thinking again... but this time you're right ;).

    And thanks a lot , Berry, for your kind words, yours sincerely...

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    Very impressive collection indeed.
    How long have you been collecting?

    Especially the mint carton box games are a cool thing to have.
    Neo Geo AES systems: serial #139337, #153895, #137020, #066529
    Neo Geo CD systems: serial #013511, #0007132, #0022288
    Neo Geo CDZ system: serial #0009831
    Neo Geo Pocket Color Hanshin Tigers Editions: serial #0688041, #0686093

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    Good stuff!

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    So, neo games are as big as loafs of bread. Seriously though, that is a very impressive and mobile collection.

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    Nice rack man, looks firm !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandmaster B View Post
    Very impressive collection indeed.
    How long have you been collecting?

    Especially the mint carton box games are a cool thing to have.
    Thanks ...plus, I hope, this 'Grandmaster' prefix is not just for the good looks there in your nom de guerre... if so, then you probably liked my small but appreciatory Todd Anthony Shaw remark concerning my deformed Viewpoint cart... west coast's essential...

    ...though we could always lay out some 'White Lines' on an old-school boxed game, Flash-style, of course ;).

    Regarding those carton-boxes... they're a collector's fetish only, try to play them regularly and they'll fall apart in your very hands, like Homer Simpsons Assassins in Little Helpers jaw, if you know, what I mean.

    And my collecting? Been there, done that... chek out post #14.

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    @Archdesigner03: You don't mean by any chance 'good show'? I love FPD and though an obvious choice for a German player, I dig Klaus everytime. The Berlin-Tokyo-Rome axis is still alive in those japanese designers heads... a quite ambiguous appreciacion...

    By the way, your alias suggests, that you're in architecture ...or is it just for show? Anyway, the layouts for these carriages were made with Vectorworks... and what's your CAD of choice?


    @90s: Mobile, indeed. But rather than loafs, anyone else means, I'd had a thang goin' on for old VHS tapes. And I'd rather stroll about, than explain to them...


    @CaseyTappy: Yeah, it's cut and dried ;). Glad, you like it, too...

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    Amazingly cool display! It looks like some a display rack. I think it looks badass!
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    Thumbs up

    Impressive collection and very nice set-up too.. amazing indeed

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    wonderful....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRANDI View Post
    Impressive collection and very nice set-up too.. amazing indeed :buttrock:
    Not as impressive, as yours, my friend, but as you know, I'm working on it ;). Love those NeoGeoFreak mags of yours... dedication at it's best.

    Thanks for visiting...

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    @Shuri: You like it? Thx...

    @garoudensetsu: You're welcome.

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    impressive collection¡¡¡¡ very impressive¡

    is a really wonderful collection¡¡

    I hope you enjoy a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliverclaude View Post
    Not as impressive, as yours, my friend, but as you know, I'm working on it . Love those NeoGeoFreak mags of yours... dedication at it's best.

    Thanks for visiting...
    Thank you, mate..

    Must admit that my pics are very old, now things are definitely more impressive.. when finally i'll have some time , will take new and updated pics of everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRANDI View Post
    Thank you, mate.. :)

    Must admit that my pics are very old, now things are definitely more impressive.. when finally i'll have some time :help:, will take new and updated pics of everything :cool:

    ...and it will be a herculean task for sure, considering how large your collection already is. Still... can't wait ;).

    Just don't abondon the design of your listings; it's very helpful having all the kanji titles in one place. And then again... can't wait ;).

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliverclaude View Post
    Just don't abondon the design of your listings; it's very helpful having all the kanji titles in one place. And then again... can't wait .
    The kanji/katakana list will stay forever, just need to update pics but there's so many stuff in so many different places that i already know it will be madness for sure..

    Anyway enough talking about me..

    Want to get back to your amazing collection to say once more is very impressive and beautifully displayed (also i know you have some BIG surprises to show when ready )

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    bakery style, i luv it xD

    great collection bro! big up for the Slugs and your SSVS's, too. but where's the cheesecake and the "eierschecke"? ;P
    NEO-GEO MAX 330 MEGA

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    Very nice collection! This is definitely not a set up that I have seen before. Good idea.

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    very awesome collection, i hope you play at least your Japanese games as my other site feels always a bit sad seeing people treat their AES games more like collectible items

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    What is with Europeans owning all the expensive Neo Geo games?
    Maybe your central banks on the other side of the atlantic should stop manipulating your currencies?

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