I suspect, with the ever changing technology, that computers should be "collected" along with the games because I think we're all beginning to realize (since WindowXP came along) that the older games aren't going to play worth a darn (that's d-a-r-n) in the future.
I don't colnsider myself a collector but I guess more of a pack-rat with a bent towards collecting. I developed this condition when I went into the service at 18 with the intent that the things I left behind (Mickey Mouse Watch; metal movie projector with a bunch of films; Lionel Train; etc.) would some day go to my kids........when they came along.
The first thing to leave home after me was all those things.......given away to relatives who undoubtedly tore them up in no time. Never saw them again.
So I figure this set me to hanging onto things of no particular value to anyone but me. I've collected a few old cameras; AM Radios (pocket); certain books; an old (similar to a cassette recorder) portable Dictaphone (yeah, I know that joke!)
As for games.......I'm a piker. Only have about 50 but I can't seem to let go of any of them.