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Here Is The World’s Largest Collection Of Videogames

Here Is The World’s Largest Collection Of Videogames

A dream collection that breaks records.

Antonio Monteiro, a resident of Richmond, Texas, has 20,139 games in his home.

Ranging from games for consoles from second to eighth generation, his collection is so massive it took eight days to count before he received the record.

This collection includes:

  • More than 1,000 PlayStation 1 games
  • Complete PlayStation 2 collection for North America
  • Complete PlayStation 3 collection for North America
  • More than 900 PlayStation 4 games
  • Every PS Vita game released to-date in North America
  • Complete PSP collection for North America
  • Complete Xbox collection for North America
  • Complete Xbox 360 collection for North America
  • More than 500 Xbox One games
  • Complete collection of Wii U games for North America
  • Complete Game Cube collection for North America
  • Complete Wii collection for North America
  • 118 Nintendo Switch games
  • Turbografx games
  • Super Famicom games – equivalent of the Super Nintendo for Japanese/European marketplace
  • Complete Sega Dreamcast collection for North America
  • Complete collection of 32X
  • Complete Atari Jaguar System collection for North America
  • Atari Lynx, complete collection of retail releases for North America
  • Complete collection of SEGA CD games for North America
  • Japanese Saturn games
  • Japanese Dreamcast games
  • Complete Game Boy collection for North America
  • Complete Game Boy Color collection for North America
  • Complete Game Boy Advance collection for North America
  • More than 1,100 Nintendo DS games
  • Every Neo Geo Pocket game released in North America
  • Nintendo 64 collection
  • Atari and Gauge games
  • SEGA PICO games
  • Complete collection of NES games for North America including unlicensed games

Since he has over 100 consoles, he has the ability to play every single game he owns.

As for his favorite? Antonio says it’s Castlevania IV, which he describes as a “masterpiece”. This SNES game came out almost 30 years ago but is still a top pick for Antonio in his collection of over 20,000 games.

To see the full interview, check out Guinness World Records’ feature here.

What part of his collection would you like to have? Let us know in the comments.