I was wondering how many people still have their original consol from when they were a kid. I grew up with the Sega Genesis and I still have it, it still works, and I still use it. What about everyone else?
I have them on emulators if that counts... lol, but when we got a new system my parents threw away the old one. I don't know why, but they never kept them. The longest I've actually had a system is my xbox 360 I got in like 2006, and it still works amazingly.
I still have the old SEGA Master System II that I grew up with, and it's still in working condition. Although the video cable is a bit wobbly, causing the video quality to drop somewhat.
I also still have all of my old games for it, and they're fortunately all in near-mint condition. Or well, except for my copy of Wonderboy III the Dragon's Trap since I, to my great displeasure, lost the case for it.
I have a working Nintendo Game & Watch Donkey Kong, circa 1982.
The original screen cover has long since peeled off, and the orange battery cover has been replaced with a purple battery cover, but it stil works. No music effects, and minimal sounds, but a ground breaking classic. Dual screen action as Mario battles barrels being thrown by Donkey Kong, as Mario attempts to rescue the princess. If he does, the level restarts but with faster barrels.
My parents sold my SNES when I was still a wee child (so like 15 years ago), but I still have my N64, PS1, PS2, Gameboy Color, and my Gameboy Advance. The consoles still work, but I'm not entirely sure about the Gameboys.