I've been enjoying videos lately from some guy calling himself "The Gaming Historian." He goes pretty in depth on most topics, and has several vids going over the history of systems that I did not realize existed. Did anyone know there was a system released by Panasonic that played Game Cube games AND DVD's? Or, does anyone remember the JVC X'Eye, which played Sega Genesis games, as well as games for Sega CD? Then there were units that weren't licensed properties at all, but stand alone gaming systems altogether, such as 3DO, which was made by several companies. When I was a young Bobby, I was a Nintendo kid, myself. I had friends who had Segas, and a few with old school Atari systems. I never knew anyone with expensive systems such as those in the videos above. What were the systems you owned during the old days of gaming? Did any of you actually own the expensive (especially for the time) units offered in the early/mid 90's? And for those that had 3DO units, how did they stack up to the other top systems of the time? Thanks, buds. I'm new here.