Sadly, the oldest things I have lying around are my Game Boy and N64.
Atari 2600, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, and Super NES.
I had more old consoles, but sold them off last summer.
I got the atari 2600 still - no working joysticks...
I still have snes somewhere, and the n64. The old gameboy color i think. With some great games they that really represented them.
how the hell did those old systems survive Oo, i like duck hunt too!!, and the annoying dog laugh XD, oh well the oldest systems that i have here is a famicom with mario 3 cartridge, and ugh rockman too
I've got a SNES that is collecting some dust. It still works. I only have 3-4 games for it. I bought it mainly for the game "Starfox" which inspired the user name that I have.
My first video game machine was the Atari 5200. The joysticks were cool when they were brand new, but after using them for awhile you quickly learn why those things were pieces of junk. I loved "Star Raiders" for that machine. I never had a 2600, but my best friend did so I played it over at his house. After I got my 5200, he was always coming over to my house, lol.
The oldest system i have is Super NES and the oldest game i have for it is Super Mario World.
I have a SEGA which i don't know if it works or not but i have just kept it because it was a lot fun in its time and i never forget it.
I have the n64 and the gameboy they date back a long way.
Do I have them, yes. Do they work... not really, no. Which I find to be a great tragedy, that the classic games just can't be played any more.
Oldest I have is a sega mega drive I bought last week lol. Was about $40 and included 24 games in their original cases
Old systems Sega Mega Drive and Super NES.
Old games sonic 2, asterix and super mario world.
I have some old game console, but I have sold them and then bought JXD S7800B and PS4