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Topic: Video game systems... ATTACK OF THE CORDS  (Read 871 times)
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« on: April 26, 2009 09:25:47 PM »

I am having a bit of a problem organizing all my video game consoles, I have all the games neatly tucked away on a book shelf, but I really would like to utilize our vast collection of game consoles. However, we have a lot, maybe like 9-12 different gaming systems. Not to mention that some of the older ones, like the Atari, are kind of big. Between the accessories and everything there are tons of cords even if I just try to hook up three at a time the cords take over. Any ideas on how to store all the systems and accessories while still being able to use them every now and then?

Will do personal swap for pogs, Polly Pockets (the little ones) and Gameboy Advance Games. PM me if interested!
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2009 07:37:09 PM »

We have the TV on top of an old dresser, and use the drawers for storage.

I've also seen suggestions to put the TV on a coffee table, slide milk crates underneath for storage, and cover with a cloth.
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2009 08:53:14 AM »

I am having this same problem. Right now, we just stuff everything behind the TV stand.

Would love to hear more ideas on this...
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