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Video Game Console Buildings Will Never Actually Exist. Boo.

by Range

These new photos are the work of Joseph Ford, who’d like nothing more than to have a enormous Nintendo DS building. The only place that this could ever be made would be Japan.

nintendo ds nes building video games joseph ford

Still, it kind of looks awesome. Just imagine, sitting in your office and peering out to the other screen of this gigantic DS pad.

nintendo ds nes building video games joseph ford

The photos are part of a series focusing on video game consoles. They include some 3D work by Antoine Mairot. While they look cool, some of these look a bit awkward. The DS and the classic NES don’t make very practical or good-looking buildings. The PS3 office building on the other hand…


[via Fubiz]

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Comments (9):

  1. RandomnAnon says:

    I require more of these….

    • GamerNintendo128 says:

      I totally agree with you! I like the NES building the most. I lol’d so hard when I saw those.

  2. mpexmetal says:

    Nice post, keep up the good work !

  3. Anonerd says:

    One 360 building would be nice too, I think.

  4. grin says:

    i always see ps3 as a building rather than a console lol

  5. stefan says:

    it’s funny, because the PS3-Office-buiding is located in the Sony-Center and realy looks a bit like a ps3 … just compare: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Potsdamer_Platz_-_BahnTower,_20060603_1.jpg

  6. nice sharing.., good finding.., thanks :)

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