Where do you store your games?

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#1 Speeny
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Mainly just store the cases in a storage tub. Disc-based media is kept in their cases, and cartridges are put into a cartridge case. Makes it easy to transport titles around.

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#2  Edited By RSM-HQ
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Much the same I buy containers to store my physical games/ shows.

They're stackable slide in-out boxes/ cabinets all the same size but designed for different formats of physical media.

Have about eight for Bluray boxes, eleven for DvD (this includes old PS2 games), and one designed just for both Switch and DS/ 3DS cases. They hold roughly 30 cases give or take each. The Nintendo one a little more, think it was 42 cases last I checked.

They save a lot of room in my apartment and I do have a step ladder just so I can check the top box if I ever need too, which is full of my favorite shows lol. Because I tend to replay games more than watch television, which is very rare for me haha.

And I have a portable case for both Switch and 3DS, nothing fancy, just Monster Hunter cases. my DS one was for MH4, my Switch from the XX port.

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#3 Speeny
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@RSM-HQ said:

Much the same I buy containers to store my physical games/ shows.

They're stackable slide in-out boxes/ cabinets all the same size but designed for different formats of physical media.

Have about eight for Bluray boxes, eleven for DvD (this includes old PS2 games), and one designed just for both Switch and DS/ 3DS cases. They hold roughly 30 cases give or take each. The Nintendo one a little more, think it was 42 cases last I checked.

They save a lot of room in my apartment and I do have a step ladder just so I can check the top box if I ever need too, which is full of my favorite shows lol. Because I tend to replay games more than watch television, which is very rare for me haha.

And I have a portable case for both Switch and 3DS, nothing fancy, just Monster Hunter cases. my DS one was for MH4, my Switch from the XX port.

Awesome. Keeps them away from most of the dust too. ;)

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#4 deactivated-63d1ad7651984
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I have my old PC games in a shelf some PS2 games in a bin and my PS4 games under my TV.

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#5 mrbojangles25
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Well, since 2004, on my hard drive.

But in the 15 or so years before that, all those games are in a few cardboard boxes in my parents' basement.

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#7 flashn00b
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Usually in my D Drive or in several external USB storage devices if i want to quickly reinstall a Steam game without having to redownload everything... Sometimes, it'll just redownload anyways.

Few games in my Library get C Drive honors

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#9 GNS
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Digital games - on various hard-drives. Physical copies... it depends, if the games are old and fat chance I will ever touch them... they are in a specialized cupboard in another room along with music cds and mcs (I still have the tech to play them, I just haven't turned it on in years...), but if I still play them (PS4 games), then they are in a cupboard under the TV and PS4.

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#10 Robbie23
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Large containers with wheels on them.

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#11 Helghast_Merc
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I store my vintage consoles and games, right under my bed in boxes, along with my vinyl records. I also have a box, with a whole bunch of Xbox One games, tucked away in my closet.

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#12 illegal_peanut
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DVD shelf for console games, portable games, and really old PC games.

But, I don't really worry about storing my games really. I buy a lot of the new games I have digitally.

Side note: Why the hell is it so hard to find media shelves for Games, Blu-rays, DVDs, CDs, and VHS Tapes?!? I can only find it online and not in town.