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.
Still, it kind of looks awesome.
They guys at Hyperkin keep outdoing themselves with their line of retro consoles. The latest console, called the Retro N 3, can play games from the original Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis in a single system.
One of the awesome things about technology is that as the years go by, we get to have increasingly powerful computers in small form-factors. Not only does that lead to more versatile portable gadgets like the iPhone and the PSP, it also leads to awesome mods, like this home theater PC that’s been stuffed into a NES case.
You think the PlayStation Move controller looks weird? Well what do you make of this?
A Japanese website has a collection of crazy-ass Famicom controllers, from arcade-style fight sticks to… I don’t even know what some of them are for.
Gamer geeks, keep yourself nice and scrubby in the shower with one of these fun soaps designed to look just like classic Nintendo console cartridges.
GEEKSOAP makes these fun soap bars that look exactly like carts from the NES, N64 and Game Boy.
Imagine if you could find a use for all those classic games that you’ve got laying about your garage or basement? Sure, from time to time, I get out my NES or SNES and play a few classic games, like Contra or Shadow of the Ninja.
If you’re looking for awesome-looking hats and t-shirts, then look no further because The Printed Mind has got some crazy new designs that will be available on Monday, Feb 22nd.
Kendall from Designkins and Levi from The Printed Mind teamed up together to come up with these great new threads.
Die-hard Final Fantasy VII fans may be clamoring for a current gen version of the classic RPG, but apparently in China, people are buying the remaining units of NESes in the world, and so de-makes are all the rage.
These quirky business card holders come to us courtesy of Japan’s Banpresto. Each one features imagery from popular retro arcade or home video game systems.
While the Famicom (NES) controller and Pac-Man business card cases have been available for a little while now, but they just recently rounded out the collection, adding the awesomely awesome 16-bit Sega Mega Drive (shown above) as well as some Space Invaders bedecked designs.
Haven’t played Left 4 Dead yet because your computer is ancient? Well now you can!.. sort of. Just download Eric Ruth’s 8-bit version of Left 4 Dead. It’s the same maps, the same monsters, and the same characters, except in glorious 8-bit!