I don't currently have any of the stuff upon which I cut my gaming teeth. A VIC20 with Q-Bert, Omega Race, Tooth Invaders and a triple-pack of Scott Adams text adventures (Pirate's Cove, The Count, and Voodoo Castle). An Atari 2600 with Combat, Moon Patrol, and Pitfall. The Atari still works but it's in Seattle now. The VIC20's 5 and S keys both broke and it got tossed when I moved out of my parents' house in 2002. My old game consoles all got sold around that same period to buy my wife's engagement ring.
More recently I started collecting retro stuff again. Under my TV is a VA4 Genesis model 2 with a Mega Everdrive x7, 1-Chip Rev2 SNES with an SD2SNES, a Japanese modded Saturn, and a USB-GDROM equipped Dreamcast. The Dreamcast is sitting on top of a soft-modded Xbox with a 250GB IDE hard drive. https://imgur.com/a/vOWKH
You can see in the photo that on top of the receiver is a 3-port automatic SCART switch. That guy connects to an Open Source Scan Converter
, which is then connected to a TCL 55P605 4K TV. You can also kind of see the super-slim PS3. Above it on the top shelf is the PS4 Pro and the aforementioned OSSC. Playing the games on original hardware with RGB video upscaled to 1080p beats the crap out of any emulator.