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Nintendo Console Steampunk Build Turns Gaming Into Epic

3 Years Ago By Richard Darell

There is no more satisfying gaming experience than being able to play games on a maxed out custom built computer. When you have more processor speed than you could ever need, you know you are about to kick some butt. But building your own computer by collecting the most powerful parts available doesn’t always mean it will be visually pleasing. As we all know by now, one way to reach ultimate awesomeness is to take something ordinary and create something epic with it while still retaining its use. That’s exactly what an uncle did when he prepared a gift in the most special way. This uncle took a Nintendo console (NES 101) and modded it into a one-of-a-kind steampunk build.

This build is so eye-catching that I’m sure whoever plays on it will have a hard time concentrating on the game itself. Not only is it a badass steampunk build overall, it’s also a sick way to take the old and make it older, but in a new and fresh way, if that makes any sense. The build was undertaken and uploaded by reddit user Andrew5785. It is completely mesmerizing when you start looking at all the details that have been put into it.

This top-loaded NES 101 Nintendo console will never be the same again. By relocating the on/off button on the Nintendo console to the side, and removing the reset button altogether, Andrew managed to make the build look almost unearthly. This Nintendo console definitely looks a whole lot cooler now than it did before. When you are able to rework a Nintendo console like this, there is no doubt there is some serious geek power lurking around in your veins. Andrew’s nephew initially wanted the Nintendo console from Andrew, but a little customization before giving it away just couldn’t have been any more generous. Way to go, Andrew! Hopefully we’ll see more of your custom creations in the future.

Andrew’s Custom Steampunk Nintendo Console Mod

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Via: [Gizmodiva]

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One Comment

Jase193

January 15th, 2013

Wow!

That is the baddest bitchin’ games console I have ever seen

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