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Giant NES System Living Room Furniture: We’re Gonna Need a Bigger TV

by Paul Strauss
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Guess it’s time to dump that lowly 60-inch flat screen and upgrade to a 100 or 150-inch screen, because you’ll want something more size appropriate if you’ve got an NES console this big sitting in your living room.

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This gigantic NES console from Pixel Art Studios is actually a coffee table, and it comes with a pair of side tables that look like giant cartridges, and a pair of jumbo drink coasters that look like NES controllers.

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And while it doesn’t actually come with an NES console, you could always stash one inside the hinged cartridge door and hook it up to your TV. There’s even a pair of outlets on front for you to plug your console(s) into. I suggest that you get one of those old CRT projectors that can throw a 100 inch picture and has lots of old school scan lines.

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The first six sets are available for pre-order now for just $1450(USD) – including shipping – and that’s for the table, side tables, coasters, and two pieces of 18″ x 18″ gaming pixel art to finish the look. After those sells, the price will go up to $1700 with shipping. Head on over to Etsy and get your living room outfitted in 8-bit style now!

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