Is this the greatest retro games collection ever? Or the most beautifully presented, at least? Well, it's up there. And as ever, it's all in the details.
Maybe it's the complete collection of every Sega 32X game in existence? Maybe it's the nine (count 'em) multicoloured Nintendo 64s, the hand-made alphabet organisers or the frankly ludicrous number of Super Nintendo cartridges?
Maybe it's just the fact that there are actual kids in the room playing video games, like Shigeru Miyamoto intended?
Whatever the reason, this is just awesome.
Behold - the greatest retro collection we've seen (since the last one).