Yeah, I still collect, but only until I decide to sell everything off, and start something else. I can't even take pictures of my Vita collection, as most things are scattered and stored around my house. Often times, I sell my collections before most games have ever been played or displayed, how sad is that? LOL
I still to this day have a love-hate relationship with the Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. Twice in the past I have completely sold off my entire collection of systems and games of these three platforms, and shall doubtless at least partially purge the collections of the three again in the future.
First time I purged I owned CIB all four Final Fantasy games. Second time I purged I had CIB Pokemon's Blue, Red, Yellow, and TCG, among others. Kinda annoyed to see how drastically the values of those all shot up in the ten plus years since I sold those.
Also purged about half of the titles I had owned for my PSP at one point and narrowed it down to just titles I like to play or want to get around to playing eventually. Have been debating purging titles from my DS and 3DS collections as well.
Yeah, I've been deeply reflecting on my video game collecting though in recent years, mostly due to space and monetary concerns. Thankfully most of the modern consoles are somewhat garbage to collect for thanks to "Online Only Play" titles, beta released games that require DLC patching to correct glitches, and other such non-sense. I literally no longer add any games to my collection that I'm not at least a bit interested in playing for the PS2, PSP, PS3, GC, Wii, X360, or XB1. I've even backed off on NES and N64 games of little to no interest as there were quite a lot of titles on both I really could care less about. Also the idea of collecting 100% of the releases for my native (U.S.A.) release region has become strongly appealing to me as time has gone by. I use to dream of doing such a thing when I was a teenager, and now with the Vita that's finally looking like a reality. I initially made a huge effort to 100% the U.S. Dreamcast releases, but here I am some sixteen years later and still missing twenty-some titles, some of which now command over a hundred dollars for a good condition complete copy. Where I went wrong with collecting for the beloved Dreamcast was not buying the higher demand Capcom titles when they price dropped and instead gobbling up the low demand titles at cheap prices, which were destined to remain cheap titles.
With Vita, I've got a job, I have the ability to budget for the titles as they come out, and I'm not taking chances on missing out this go around. Presently I am only three games shy of having all R1 games that have already been released, with those three missing being titles still readily available from mass online retailers that I'm just waiting on a price drop on before purchasing. And only one upcoming release not yet pre-ordered. In for a penny, in for a pound.