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Not a 2spooky4u branded featured this month, but one of remembrance. Back in 2011, Bacman forum modder Monkeynaut created the N-terprise 64, a Tabletop Arcade style console mod using a Bambino Space Laser Fight toy as a base. Most of the information on this portable has been lost to time, so we have pieced together what we can find to give recognition to this unique Nintendo 64 mod.
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Back in the mid 1980′s, Nintendo was hard at work redesigning their Famicom console for a Western Release, trying to make it look more like a home appliance instead of a videogame system in hope of avoiding the same mistakes of the video game crash of just a few years prior. The boxy design was that we all know and love was created, and after their more videogame-ish redesign in 1993, it affectionately became known as the “Toaster” model, even though it looked more like a VCR. Fast forward to 2008, where modder Vomitsaw had a spare toaster and a spare NES, so what else to do than to make good on the nickname and re-case an NES into an actual toaster?
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RIP Sega Dreamcast. It’s been 15 years since it’s release in North America, and it definitely had it’s share of amazing, fun, strange, and quirky games. Despite being the first Next Gen console available the market, the Dreamcast was sadly overlooked by consumers in favor of the Playstation 2 (release March 2000), Xbox, and Gamecube (both November 2001), respectively. To memorialize the Dreamcast for it’s Crystal Anniversary, we copied a list of every North American game off of the internet, hammered out a list of the best and our favorite Dreamcast games, listed in alphabetical order.
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Following in the footsteps of the P-NES Mark I, II, and IIa, the Mark III was designed and built in 2011 yet decommissioned shortly after. Revived and rebuilt in 2014 for display at Midwest Gaming Classic 2014, this Portable Nintendo Entertainment System has been reborn as the pNES MARK III-S!
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Every so often a portable comes along and almost completely changes the game. This is one of those projects. Bungle has been making outstanding portables for a while, but he really hit it out of the park with his fourth Nintendo 64 portable, the Controller Style Version 2.0. The best part about it? Plans are in the works to make this not a one-off, but a made-to-order commissioned model for a small production run.
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