More than 30 years hooked on kickass playtime.

1. Spanish art director and self-confessed gamer Javier Laspiur paid homage to his beloved hobbie in a photo series titled “Controllers,” documenting classic game controllers of the past three decades.

22 Classic Game Controllers Held In One Man's Hands

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2. Each photo, placed in a Polaroid-esque frame, showcase the dates Laspiur first played the video consoles, starting with the prehistoric Teletenis, a gadget released in the mid 70s in Spain.

Each photo, placed in a Polaroid-esque frame, showcase the dates Laspiur first played the video consoles, starting with the prehistoric Teletenis, a gadget released in the mid 70s in Spain.

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3. Then off to a lesser known artifact by Casio.

Then off to a lesser known artifact by Casio.

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4. The humble Atari joystick.

The humble Atari joystick.

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5. The one that needs no introduction whatsoever.

The one that needs no introduction whatsoever.

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6. Sega’s MasterSystem, aKa 8-bit Heaven.

Sega's MasterSystem, aKa 8-bit Heaven.

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7. Nintendo’s groundbreaking Game Boy.

Nintendo's groundbreaking Game Boy.

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8. Two of Sega’s standards, the Mega Drive…

Two of Sega's standards, the Mega Drive...

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9. …and the Game Gear.

...and the Game Gear.

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10. The all-mighty Super Nintendo.

The all-mighty Super Nintendo.

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11. Its rival, the Sega Mega-CD, home to the controversial “Night Trap.” Remember that one?

Its rival, the Sega Mega-CD, home to the controversial "Night Trap." Remember that one?

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12. The last of the fifth generation of video consoles, the Nintendo 64.

The last of the fifth generation of video consoles, the Nintendo 64.

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13. And its less superior competitor, the failed Sega Saturn.

And its less superior competitor, the failed Sega Saturn.

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14. Onto the new age with the original Sony Playstation.

Onto the new age with the original Sony Playstation.

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15. The toy-ish Indigo controller from Nintendo GameCube.

The toy-ish Indigo controller from Nintendo GameCube.

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16. The ahead-of-its-time but short-lived Sega Dreamcast, home to “Shenmue,” the most expensive video game ever produced upon release in 2000.

The ahead-of-its-time but short-lived Sega Dreamcast, home to "Shenmue," the most expensive video game ever produced upon release in 2000.

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17. The superior PS2.

The superior PS2.

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18. The original Xbox, by Microsoft.

The original Xbox, by Microsoft.

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19. The always handy pair of PSP…

The always handy pair of PSP...

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20. …and the Nintendo DS.

...and the Nintendo DS.

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21. That annoying Nunchuck and Remote from Nintendo Wii.

That annoying Nunchuck and Remote from Nintendo Wii.

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22. The brilliant but costy PS3.

The brilliant but costy PS3.

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23. And last but not least, Sony’s PS Vita.

And last but not least, Sony's PS Vita.

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