At a sports blog that I read elsewhere online, I read an "off topic" post where a guy said he just finished selling his PS4 and Wii U, so that he now has money to buy a Nintendo Switch. So that got me to thinking: Toonzone members, do you trade in your old systems when the latest one comes out? Or are you a "preserver of game consoles", always keeping your old game systems? And if you are a "preserver of game consoles", how many old game systems do you have? Personally, I kept my original NES from the late 80's, up until the early to mid 00's. I sold it at some point because I reached a point where I couldn't see me playing it much longer (I had an X-Box by that point). I also had a Super Nintendo (starting in 1992) but I can't remember what happened to it...I think it disappeared in moving, sometime in the late 90's. Since then, my X-Box broke down around 2009 (and I sold it cheap, because it was broken), and I was out of "game console ownership" until 2013, when I got a Wii U (and in 2015 I bought a PS4). Now I'm kicking myself for selling my original NES, in retrospect. What about you guys, do you keep or sell your old systems?