Something I find very interesting is to see other members platform history list. So I shall start it off. (You can include handhelds too!) In order: 1) Atari 800 Unfortunately, I can't remember much from this platform. I'm not even sure if it was the 800, but I remember attaching the damn device to a tape recorder. I swear, it took like ten minutes to load a game of pacman! What is funny though, I found a cassette lying around in my house, and decide to play it on my deck. It had all these 'electronic modem' sounds.....did it belong to the Atari? 2) Atari ST Yeah yeah, you'll probably say the Amiga is better (and rightly it was), but the Atari ST still held its head high with a one button joystick! I swear I played Street Fighter 2 on this....yeah, don't ask me about that! 4) 1994 Typical PC (Pentium I). Yes, with this, it kickstarted all those shitty, ahem, i meant excellent FPS games like Doom and Duke Nukem. 5) 1999 Pentium III PC I was never in the luxury on owning a PSX. But in this huge time gap, I owned various gameboys (including the colour and the advance). But with the Pentium III, I had no reason to buy a PSX. I'm not to sure if this was the system that could emulate the PSX. Nevertheless, I played shitloads of games on this (including MGS, FFVIII and Resident Evil 1&2). 6) PS2 & Xbox The PS2 was my first real console. But it didn't last too long as I swapped it for an xbox 7) Pentium 4 3.06 Ghz PC. Yes, this was the noble machine to run Half Life 2. Had a Geforce 4 at the time. Still one amazing game! 8) Xbox 360 At this time, I also had a PSP and a DS. 9) Beast PC Well, it was a beast when I told people it has a Q6600 processor.....and I still have it. I will update it as soon as Intel release their next chipset after the 'i7' series. You should read the news about the 'prototype', even Valve tweeted on how amazing it is. 10) PS3 And that's about it! I'm actually glad to say that my parents (in the early days) didn't waste their money on dead platforms.