Steampunk Nintendo casemod

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7 Responses to “Steampunk Nintendo casemod”

  1. Kimmo says:

    Pretty sweet, but needs more brass IMO. Or maybe just some clear yellow lacquer?

    Also, it must be getting hard to find a display to plug one of these into these days… did they all use an RF signal, or was composite video an option?

    • Ryan Brown says:

       The ones I’ve had included the RF-out which would connect into the antenna in/cable in for the TV. Usually this would be on channel 3 or 4.  Beside that connector there was a mono-audio and a video RCA type connector.  These work just fine today with TVs that have an AV IN set of connectors or a receiver which has this and up-samples the output to HDMI for your modern TVs.  I use this for my NES and SNES to this day with modern TVs.

  2. Cory Trevor says:

    Looks like it should be able to blow its own dusty cartriges.

  3. blueelm says:

    This is kind of overwhelming. It’s retro nostalgic technology, dressed up as futuristic alternative historic fantasy technology and I think it makes me dizzy. That being said… I have actually played my ancient NES which I have carried along with me since early childhood, like some kind of blankie, within the last five years just because I had to know if it still worked. 

  4. Dave Faris says:

    I know it’s petty, but it totally annoys me that there’s a little notch cut out of the edging where the joystick plugs in.

  5. Anne Calder says:

    So cool!

  6. michael heap says:

    Its atom-punk not steam-punk – i wish people would get their retro-futuristic genres right :/

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