Game Spaces, Or Lack Thereof
It goes without saying that when you’re into video games, there’s a good chance you’ll end up owning an ample amount of hardware and software. So possessing a bonafide library/collection often leads to, at the very least, thoughts regarding set-ups that best accommodates said interest.
For some, such organizing can become an obsession, especially for those of us who live in NYC or some place similar. Because the big city often means a tiny apartment, we thusly need to maximize every single square inch for pretty much everything, not just playing video games.
Does that mean I dream of living in a huge ass house, filled to the brim with every single system, along with every single game that came out for it? Far from it. Aside from the fact that making do with what little space can keep one’s spending habits in check, it can also keep one’s tastes in check as well.
Less is more, plus modest set-ups are just plain cute and awesome. K, maybe the above are not the best of examples, yet they still illustrate the over the top indulgence that is transporting the arcade experience home, in a fairly diminutive/restraint fashion. Even that last pic (am also be a fan of clutter at times). Here’s a few more…