Even when i was little i took care of them all the way from the ps1>ps2>xbox>pc. I was once cleaning out my cabinet and organizing the wiring, so i stacked all my games as well as pc ones and my god that was a sad day (note: dont stack your huge collection in just three piles, if its big enough and falls, it hurts. badly) ;w;
I used to not give a crap when I was little, in fact, I lost many of them(and stepped on them sometimes), but I care a little more now. They protect the games themselves, so they should be taken care of.
hehehehe, i kinda abuse them if i cant find a game. and i keep them i a set of drawers, which kinda acts like their torture chamber a little. Like once i think i broke Dragon Quest IX when i was trying to find Black 2. I feel kinda bad now (yes i know sound like an abusive maniac ^ _ ^)
I do. I;m the type that doesn't play to many but when I run across a game I enjoy I try to complete it 100% and after that The game goes in its case and the case goes up in my closet where it stays until I run across some month or years later and I play it again I still have Some playstation games and their cases... You heard me playstation, not playstation 2 lol though I have some of those as well. I even have some of my old super Nintendo and Nintendo 64 games lol
Perfectly. My parents got one of those bookshelves, but for CDs instead. Top row has PS1 games, then the rest is ordered by system and I even ordered those by game genre(all racing games next to each other, shooters next to each other, Zelda games together, etc). Then in my room I placed my DS games on a CD rack, also ordered like the other games.
I really don't!!! DX My console usually sits on or close to the floor, and my game cases end up strewn in it's general vicinity...and if it's in my room that means they get hidden under clothes and paper a lot...which means a step in the wrong direction ends in cracked PS1 cases, discs getting put back in the wrong case when I don't bother to look under heaps for the right one, and discs being left out business face up on cabinets ._.;