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18 different gaming consoles combined into one system


4:00 AM on 04.16.2013



Modder Bacteria spent over three years and over $1,000 to merge 18 different consoles into one giant box. It contains circuitry from 15 different systems, works with one master controller, a single power supply, and a single video output cable.

The 44 pound box can run games for these systems: Atari 2600/7800, Sega Master System, Sega MegaDrive (Genesis), Super Nintendo, Nintendo NES, Nintendo 64, NeoGeo MVS, Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, Nintendo GameCube + GBA connecter, NEC TurboGrafx X, Colecovision, Intellivision, Sony Playstation 1/2, and Amstrad GX1000.

Wow.






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