I like Legos well enough. I also obviously like videogames. As well, it has been proven that, like peanut butter and chocolate, Legos and videogames have gone well together...at least in the digital realm. Not so much has been done to unite the two in the fantastical In Real Life, however. Some thoughtful man via Gizmodo decided that this needed to change stat.
So what do we have? An arcade cabinet made entirely out of Legos, a discontinued Jamma board, a screen, and some arcade parts. It's a lovely little machine, and with 48 games to choose from, it's pretty functional as well. At only 34-inches tall, it's cute too.The best part is none of the bricks were cut or modified. Pretty snazzy, actually.
Can you imagine though? What if you got hella pissed off and punched it? I would be crazy pissed then. Hella crazy pissed.
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