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...comes the blog of me, Jeff (aka jeff002400 if you want to go by username).  My blog will be coming to you weekly and will touch on various topics.  Today is just an introduction of myself.  I will be posting my first actual blog by Tuesday at the latest!  Look forward to an interesting piece.

I am a Sony collector through and through.  My collection spans the PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP.  My collecting habits tend to be a little A.D.D. as I switch systems regularly.  Right now I'm on a PSP kick having just picked up Tales of the Earth; Radiant Mythology (so far it's a pretty cool game by the way, maybe a review in the future when I finish it?)  I enjoy picking up almost anything, as long as I like it.  "The hunt" is always better when you come away with a steal of a deal (Xenogears for $5 anyone?)

My personal favorite game would have to be Final Fantasy 8.  It is also the very first game I got for the PS1.  Yes the debate rages on which Final Fantasy is the best, and most are amazing, but 8 takes the cake IMO.  As for favorites per system I would say FF8 for PS1, Marvel Nemesis for PS2, Uncharted 2 for PS3, and Mega Man Maverik Hunter X for PSP. As I said, I collect what I like, not necessarily what's rare or sought after.

I look forward to blogging your way in the near future, and look for my first "official" blog in the coming days.

Happy gaming!
Heyo, Playstation Collecting Community, I'm McKillington, fellow playstation enthusiast and general fan of retro gaming. My favorite Sony console is the PSP, believe it or not, and collecting UMDs is fun for me. I live not too far from several used game shops, so I'll post my findings regularly. My favorite genre is RPGs, and though I'm writing for a community of collectors, I focus on finding great, obscure games more often than rare games.

Recent Findings:
This week, while browsing my favorite game store, Game Boss, I came upon some nice finds. Aside from the usual, such as the copy of Shaq Fu that's been there since the store opened, I noticed some boxed Playstation 1 games. That's right, complete PS1 games in the old long boxes. Classics like Wipeout and Resident Evil were originally packaged in long cardboard boxes. While I had to pass up on buying the games out of impulse (had to buy an AC adapter for my dying Genesis), it was an interesting sight, even though the only one that looked good was Wipeout, and the rest were forgettable.

So, hope to see you soon again on this blog and in the meantime don't forget to check out www.playstationcollecting.com !