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#1 Posted by AzzoLovesBirdy (760 posts) -

LINKAGE

As a child of the '90s, I salute this man.

#2 Posted by Darkman2007 (17929 posts) -

not bad, but Im more impressed with these two :P

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The Portable Dreamcast

http://img704.imageshack.us/img704/1954/dscf1599.jpg

The Portable Saturn , yeah its about the size of an overly thick laptop :P

#3 Posted by AzzoLovesBirdy (760 posts) -

not bad, but Im more impressed with these two :P

The Portable Saturn , yeah its about the size of an overly thick laptop :P

Darkman2007



Oh god. You see, I would pay twice the amount of a modern day handhold for each of these.

#4 Posted by Darkman2007 (17929 posts) -

[QUOTE="Darkman2007"]

not bad, but Im more impressed with these two :P

The Portable Saturn , yeah its about the size of an overly thick laptop :P

AzzoLovesBirdy



Oh god. You see, I would pay twice the amount of a modern day handhold for each of these.

if you get the portable Saturn , nobody would sit next to you on the bus/train/plane, seriously you can knock someone out with that :P

#5 Posted by AzzoLovesBirdy (760 posts) -

[QUOTE="AzzoLovesBirdy"]

[QUOTE="Darkman2007"]

not bad, but Im more impressed with these two :P

The Portable Saturn , yeah its about the size of an overly thick laptop :P

Darkman2007



Oh god. You see, I would pay twice the amount of a modern day handhold for each of these.

if you get the portable Saturn , nobody would sit next to you on the bus/train/plane, seriously you can knock someone out with that :P



That's okay. I'd be playing a Saturn, I won't need friends.

#6 Posted by RaIn285 (3010 posts) -

Ps2 slim portable would have been awesome.

#7 Posted by TheTrueMagusX1 (2560 posts) -

A Portable N64, Saturn and Dreamcast.......Very nice indeed.

#8 Posted by mooooo99 (1243 posts) -

looks pretty difficult playing on such a small screen.. but never the less,a portable n64is awesome.

#9 Posted by miless (715 posts) -

Yeah people do that stuff all the time , I saw a portable NES some time ago the guy used a NES cartridge for the case.Super cool.

#10 Posted by Megavideogamer (5323 posts) -

Kind of cool. They should be an official contest for making custom gaming Hardware. You could have a contest for someone to actually make an SNES -CD add on or other homemade videogame hardware. OrtheHandheld Gamecube. etc.

#11 Posted by BuryMe (22017 posts) -

That's awesome. If only it had a dpad

#12 Posted by AvatarMan96 (7323 posts) -

Epicness

#13 Posted by Nick3306 (2562 posts) -
I remember someone making a portable gamecube.
#14 Posted by kayoticdreamz (3347 posts) -

I remember someone making a portable gamecube.Nick3306

winner

yes i want one

#15 Posted by ThePerro (3103 posts) -

I think he should've used the c-stick from the gamecube controller and just put the dpad on there just for kicks. I seen a lot of the stuff this guy makes though, and it's amazing

#16 Posted by painguy1 (8686 posts) -
#17 Posted by AcidSoldner (7051 posts) -

[QUOTE="Nick3306"]I remember someone making a portable gamecube.kayoticdreamz

winner

yes i want one

As awesome as that looks, it's been confirmed to be a fake. It was photoshopped and it's obvious that the disc is way to big to be a Gamecube game.

#18 Posted by TGM_basic (6299 posts) -

That's awesome. If only it had a dpad

BuryMe

Yeah, considering some games require the d-pad, I wonder if they'd even work at all on that thing.

#19 Posted by TheColbert (3842 posts) -
The portable N64 and Dreamcast are pretty neat looking. The Saturn looks really sketchy though.
#20 Posted by FaithfulBro (119 posts) -

That's awesome. I'm liking how he used a Gamecube joystick instead of an N64 joystick. I was never a fan of those things.

#21 Posted by Emerald_Warrior (6581 posts) -

not bad, but Im more impressed with these two :P

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The Portable DreamcastDarkman2007

I've seen A LOT of variations on the Dreamcast portable. Seems to be a popular one for this sort of thing. I am always amazed with this kind of stuff and always want one.

#22 Posted by Allicrombie (25129 posts) -
really wish I had the technical skills to build some of these portables.