Some people think of the craziest ways to use old technology. In the above clip, you'll see someone jury-rig an NES (Famicom) to control a fighting robot that shows off some pretty smooth moves.
The video showcases the robot training Rocky style before he goes off into his big match at 2:30. Nothing can keep this dude down, as he bounces right back up after what should have been a knockout punch.
Yeah, I totally want this thing.
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