I used to pride myself on my video game collection. My collection of GameCube titles, in particular, was a sight to behold. The GameCube came out just before I graduated high school, so while I was in college and working part-time I had quite the expendable income with which to buy whatever I wanted. So while I picked up every GameCube game worth playing, I also picked up a few terrible games just because they were part of a series and would look nice on my shelf.
When I was younger, I had a boxed copy of Final Fantasy III for Super Nintendo that I bought, used, at a video store, for $12. It came loose in its retail box, no manuals or maps. I decided it would be better to put the game into a spare plastic game case that I had, and I did it, and then I decided I should probably cut the box it came in into pieces to decorate the plastic case, and then I did that too.