My wife and I are putting our house on the market next week, after living together since 2005. Back then, the PS2 was my console, and most of my video game stuff was related to that. In 2006, I bought my first PS3, which was backwards compatible, so I kept and still played a number of PS2 games, and gave my PS2 to a nephew. Four years later, that machine died and was replaced by another PS3, but this one of course lacking the ability to play PS1 and PS2 games, and I started to give away or trade in almost all of my older games except those closest to my heart. So, today, I'm cleaning out my entertainment center, and sorting through all that I have left. It includes: 1 PS1 game, ironically Final Fantasy 9, one of my least favorite of the entire series. (I foolishly sold FF7 and FF8 in my early 20s because I was dirt poor and needed cash). 13 PS2 games. Including FFX, FFX-2, FF12, Madden 06 & NCAA Football 06 - the last ones I bought for that generation, and a handful of games that were mostly my wife's. 57 PS3 games. The 3 games from the FF13 series, plus the remaster of X. The first 5 AC games. The first 3 Uncharted games. The first two Dragon Age. ME 2 & 3. Eight Lego games. Eight Madden or NCAA titles. And a wide variety of others. 21 PS4 games, all bought the last three years. Other than a few older editions of sports titles, I intend to hang onto all of my PS4 games. The question becomes which and how many of the PS3 games to give away to various nephews, since I still have a well functioning PS3. I'm willing to let all of the sports titles walk, with the possible exception of the final NCAA Football game, since they may not ever make another one. And we're hanging onto the Lego games and other ones that are kid friendly, as my oldest daughter is about big enough to start playing them. My question becomes how many of the rest I let go, and how many I hand onto for mostly collector and sentimental reasons.