I... I don't know what to say. There's this big-assed box that accepts cartridges from the NES, SNES, Genesis, and Atari 2600. It's kind of ugly, it's larger than an Xbox, and it sports a backlit Pac-Man as an on/off switch. My mind is blown.
Richard DaLuz took the motherboards of all four systems and crammed them into this see-through box. He tells Gizmodo that he used the innards of the toploading NES and SNES, a model 3 Sega Genesis, and an Atari Flashback 2. Rest in Peace, Genesis 3 and SNES 2. *sobs* Each of the four game cartridges can run simultaneously, and can be selected via push-button switches. DaLuz says that he has been working on this project since 2002.
I like that the output signals are all combined into one set of A/V cables. I love that there's only one power cable, and it's not a wall wart. I don't love the retro casing. Get a better look at the Super Genintari in the video after the jump.
What do you think about this thing? Is it retro-cool or just awkward? Where's my Master System slot?
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