Mounted plasma on the wall, who’s the biggest fan of all?

Over the years, Nintendo fans (especially children of the 80s who were growing up right as the NES was released) have amassed quite the impressive collection of systems, games, controllers, and other peripherals. Some would call this business I’ve got going on here a veritable shrine to gaming greatness. When I got to thinking about it, I realized that I’ve never met another female with a Nintendo collection that could even come close to surpassing my own. I have only ever met one guy who had more Nintendo games and systems than I (including numerous Game Boy Advances of every iteration, a DS, a DSi, and a DS XL), but even he had to give me props for collecting something he hadn’t — a Virtual Boy.

I’ll bet there’s got to be at least one among our Infendo faithful with a Nintendo shrine that could put my own to shame. Naturally, I’ve owned more games in the past that I’ve since gotten rid of, but I’ll just go by what I have now.

How many Nintendo games and systems do you have? And can you defeat the collection I’ve been adding to for the past two decades? If nothing else, I’d like to see how many systems and games the average Nintendo connoisseur is sporting these days. Put up your dukes, ladies and gents…

Console Systems
Nintendo Entertainment System
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Virtual Boy
Nintendo 64

Handheld Systems
Game Boy
Game Boy Color
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite

NES games: 1
NES Virtual Console downloads: 4
SNES games: 9
SNES Virtual Console downloads: 2
Virtual Boy games: 2
N64 games: 14
GC games: 23 (including bonus demo discs)
Wii games: 22
Original WiiWare title downloads: 2
Game Boy games: 4
GBC games: 4
GBA games: 5
DS games: 16 (including bonus demo game)

Grand Totals
Systems total: 10
Games total: 108

This is the ultimate showdown of ultimate destiny.
Are you a bad enough dude to be the biggest Nintendo fan the Internet has ever seen?

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