There is a cupboard in my living room that has seemed invitingly handy for storing my vintage games consoles. Today I finally got around to putting in the "shelving" (actually a budget bookcase with extra shelves) and populated it with a few consoles.
At the top I have a Playstation and Nintendo 64, followed by a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). The NES is not present in this picture for reasons that I will explain later.
Sega Saturn and Atari 7800, and a Commodore CD32. The CD32 has a faulty CD-ROM drive - there is some damage to the laser lens that looks like a lens fungus inside the lens assembly - but thankfully I had a spare complete CD32 drive assembly lying around (who doesn't?) so I quickly swapped it over.
I also have a few non-vintage game machines such as (from left) Jeri Ellsworth's Commodore 64 DTV, Jakks/Namco Arcade Classics, Jakks/Namco Ms. Pac-Man, Sega Megadrive Plug 'n Play, and Atari TV games. These are all-in-one device that plug straight into the TV and play a bunch of classic games.
The case of the missing NES