View Full Version : The Ultimate Nintendo Console
July 26th, 2004, 11:17
Logan West, a member of a fanatical group of gamers known as "The Elite," recently created a Nintendo fan's ultimate dream: his Nintendo Entertainment Console is a composite of the NES, SNES, N64, GC, and Gameboy, all combined into a single system! With no shortage of electrical/carpentry ability, Logan carefully dissected his consoles, wired them to a central unit, then crafted a wooden vessel to host all five systems as one. Logan has already gotten a response from Nintendo after submitting his creation to them--they were quite impressed![br][br]Heres the Link (http://www.the-elite.net/NEC/)
July 26th, 2004, 21:42
i can't see the pics ???
July 26th, 2004, 22:05
Great none of the pics work.
July 27th, 2004, 00:29
slashdot must have kiled the site
July 27th, 2004, 00:59
Look what's written above the page ... the authors says that you have to go in the google cache to see the pics (there's a link). And then it works ! Btw the vessel is quite ugly ...
July 27th, 2004, 11:07
That's actually pretty cool, but you've got to wonder just how big that thing is. It looks gigantic to me.
Also - if he was going to go through all the trouble to put that box together, why not make an extra shelf for all of the games that go with these things?
July 28th, 2004, 15:34
somebody do that with a sega console, only make it look nice
July 28th, 2004, 17:05
If you really wanted to do that with Sega consoles all you'd have to do is get a really small mini mobo that support p4's and athlon's. You laptop slim line drive and throw it into a ps2 or some other small case. I think a saturn case would work nice. Next install WinXP Emmbed and make Kega fusion autoload at start. Turn on the option to load the last game automatically.
Now you will need a cd with only 1 game on it. Name the game game.bin.
Then everytime you put in a cd and start the pc KegaFusion will load game.bin and start playing it and those can be many different games.
KegaFusion plays anything before SegaSaturn.
August 24th, 2004, 08:59
the pictures dont work, because the <img> tag, src attribute is pointing to "http://www.the-elite.net/NEC/" on all the pictures, not to any picture file.
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