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Modded PC case looks right at home in Rapture


5:15 PM on 09.29.2011
Modded PC case looks right at home in Rapture photo



The setting of the first two BioShock games was arguably the best part; the sleek art deco and art nouveau styles were something gamers hadn't really seen before, especially not in this console generation that seems fixated on dull, brown industrial settings. 

Now Hungarian case modder Gregory Mórocz has taken Rapture's sense of style and designed himself a rather lovely case mod for his PC (via Super Punch). Rather than making a Big Daddy-shaped case or something silly, Gregory has made a tasteful case that looks like you would find it in Andrew Ryan's office. From its smooth curves to the wooden finishes, it's a class act.

There's some nice touches, too: the illuminated Fontaine Futuristics logo and the plasmid symbol on the front latch show a lot of care went into this design. You can read a brief interview with Gregory, thanks to Google translate, where he reveals a little about the process of building the case and the PC's specs.






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