Video Game Cases, How to Store your Consoles and Games

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  1. ponygals
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    I'm not much of a gamer anymore so I have all of my old console systems and their video games stored away in plastic bags inside this large tub style storage container. I know plastic bags aren't the best method but the storage container does keep the dust and bugs out.

    But I was thinking of re-organizing the consoles and the games and putting them into their own little storage boxes or cases and wondered a good method to store it all? The systems I have are as follows;

    Nintendo
    Super Nintedo
    N64
    GameBoy Color
    GameBoy Advance
    GameBoy SP
    Nintendo DS or DSI not sure which haha
    PS2

    With several games, so which method is a good way to store these consoles and their games?
     
  2. WiiCube_2013

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    If you have space then use shelves for them or in case you don't, then go with plastic storage boxes.

    This is how I have at my other room:

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    I'm thinking of swapping them for taller shelves so that I can store more on them.
     
  3. RevPokemon

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    If you have the cases I'd say use them.

    If not for ds,3ds,GB, and GBA I keep them in a tin so they don't get lost and it works well

    For disc games I use a DVD case and it works well.

    For cartridges I don't use anything for them
     
  4. ponygals
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    Alright then.