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Gamers are collectors. Which is why every publisher releases a "collector's edition" of their game to try and lure those of us who prefer to having bragging rights over money. Not all collecting is for bragging rights. Some people can't part with the games they have formed a bond with, while some like to keep their old games around for the off chance they want to go back and relive past experiences. Others keep their games around because GameStop won't give them enough cash for their trade-in to make it worth it. Whatever the reason, gamers, in general, are collectors.

But whatever pride you take in your puny, pathetic collection will be completely shattered by this one man's collection of PS2 games. His collection of just one platform trumps most of our entire lifetime span of console collections.

His collection consists of every single North American release of a PlayStation 2 title (over 10,000 titles). All games are their original versions, only including "Greatest Hits" versions if they include more features than the original. This includes all boxed sets... everything. And get this... they're fucking sealed!

Now I'm not bashing the guy, his collection is awesome. But what's the point of having all of these games sealed? What games did he actually play since the PS2 debuted in 2000? And where the fuck did he get all of the money?



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