Worlds Greatest Game Room



► My Games rooms have been a long journey over 32 years that have finally become a reality.

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Index

00:00 Introduction
00:40 Modern Room
03:20 Computer Room
05:45 Hall
06:43 Library
10:32 Retro Room
13:10 Arcade room

Written, Produced and Presented by
JOEL HOPKINS

Photographed by
ADAM WATSON

Additional Filming

LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION PRODUCTIONS

Directed and Edited by
JOEL HOPKINS

Assisted Editing

Darren Maxwell
Adam Watson

Assistant Adviser

Cameron McCulloch

Sharp Corporation

Panasonic

Microsoft Xbox

Sony PlayStation

Denon

Data-Discs

Future Publishing

Retro Gamer

Fujitsu

Amstrad

Spectrum

Commodore Computers

LucasArts

Konami

Yamaha Music

Sega Enterprises Ltd

NEC

SNK

Star Wars

Nintendo

James Bond Goldeneye

B&O

Blaupunkt

Grundig

Sony

Pioneer

Thrustmaster

GT Ultimate Simulator

Atari Games

Namco

Data East

Taito

Konami

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Simpsons

Midway

Capcom

Stern

Williams

Sega

Treasure

Star Wars

Ferrari

Music Used

Ninja Warriors

Shatter

Jetpac Refuelled

Gradius IV

Turrican 2

Computer Games

Computer World

Paranoimia

Galaxy Force

Virtua Fighter 2

Fighting Street

F-Zero Re-Arranged

Castlevania Symphony of the Night

Halo Reach

Slap Fight

Super Shinobi 2

F-Zero

Soul Calibur

Quantum Of Solace

Space Invaders Mix

720

Gauntlet

Star Wars

Road Blasters

Super Sprint

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

King Of Fighters 2001

Street Fighter 2

Indiana Jones Pinball

Out Run 2

Daytona 2

Ikaruga

Shinobi

Out Run

DariusBurst

Virtua Racing

Quartet

Special thanks to all involved in making this
dream come true

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46 thoughts on “Worlds Greatest Game Room

  1. Tarpo

    Amazing collection. You can see the love and care you take in displaying and having the consoles up and ready to play. Its so nice to see a collection there to be played and cherished beyond just "gotta own everything"
    Do you have any holy grails that you are still searching for? Not just rare but just some games you down own yet that you want REALLY bad?

  2. Benoit Tremblay

    Ok let's be honest here, anyone with a lot of money could get that many games and show off on YouTube

    HOWEVER, what you've done here goes waay above and beyond what anybody on Earth has been able to do; display it the way it deserves to be. The time, effort and meticulous care put into this is commendable. Your videos show your genuine love and passion for the hobby and seeing your kids play with you is endearing as well.

    You've made a reality the dream game room of all the retro gamers out there and I tip my hat off to you

    Also, kudos on the video shooting & editing. Expertly done

  3. SotNist

    Awesome to see the new tour. I'm envious of all of it, but I'm particularly keen on your Dariusburst AC machine. I play the hell out of Dariusburst CS on PS4 and Vita, and wish I could do the side-by-side superwidescreen 2x TV thing with. I was trying to see if you might have had a Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram machine, with the full set up.

  4. ScoopexUs

    97 arcades… so 3 left 😉 I'm sure you know all the games and which ones you like, but here are some mentions if you have any money left 😀 Starblade, Star Wars pinball (released around the same time as that Indiana Jones pinball you have there, 1992-ish), and you gotta have at least one Atari color vector cabinet! Tempest, Gravitar, Battle Zone (sit-in, monochrome)…

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