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16-Bit Legend of Zelda PC Case is Link-tastic

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Building custom cases is fun. They are a lot of work, but the end result can be very rewarding. Not only can they be works of art, but they actually serve a purpose, housing your computer. Some of them will just blow you away, like this custom Zelda case built by Richard Clinton (aka “8Bit Builder”.)

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You can watch him build it from start to finish in the video and it might even inspire you to make one like it. The end result here is simply amazing. Link even has a cool light-up sword. Block-by-block, Richard builds a video game masterpiece.

So check out the video as he builds his 16-bit Link PC case based on The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and go on the adventure with him. Because as you know it’s dangerous to go alone.

[via Reddit via Kotaku]



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