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Stop by the Midwest Gaming Classic this weekend, as in the Benheck Experience area the AV mods featured in my article right here will be available for purchase at the Midwest Gaming Classic this April 12th and 13th! This mod is actually pretty easy to build yourself, but I’ve gone and made it even easier by providing a pre-wired and assembled kits, with step by step directions on how to install the board in your NES yourself. Not feeling that adventurous? Bring your NES2 to the show where we will also be doing live installations!
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Thats right Boys and Girls, Toploader NES A/V mods! Get all the benefits of the NES-101 (It actually works when you put a game in!) with none of the drawbacks! Sporting a sleek stylish 3.5mm Phono Jack for composite video output and mono sound, and now with 100% more power LED. More info on the mod and some pretty pictures after the jump.
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M. Night Shymalan has been signed onto the Warner Home Video studios to direct the next trio of Batman games, as reported by TMZ.com. The next game, due out in 2015, called Batman: Arkham’s Argo, Batman goes undercover as Bruce Wayne to scout Commercially Zoned land for sale in the outskirts of Gotham in attempt to expand the Wayne Enterprises Empire, but secretly looking for the location of a new Batcave. How would the Video game landscape change if Shymalan directed other video game franchises? We investigate in this PortablesofDoom exclusive.
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It’s no secret that thrift stores can be a bountiful connection for the Retro Collector, be it Goodwill, Savers, Salvation Army, Value Village, and the like. While you can find some pretty neat stuff over time, you usually have to wade though some questionable items to find something nice. This being a technology based website most of the items featured in this series will be of that nature; broken lamps, ugly furniture, and used home ovulation kits notwithstanding. Read More →

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Welcome to the new Portables of Doom. Founded in early 2003, Abbibi vs. the Portables of Doom was set up as a information hub for console portables, featuring various projects, concepts, and guides in a conglomeration of many portable video game systems and the means of constructing them. Acting as a sister site to other portables of the time such as the original Benheck Atari VCSp, Tighe’s NESp, and Kevtris’ Portendo, PortablesofDoom contained valuable information on many areas of portablizing from motherboard sizes and trimming guides, voltages, and various pinouts for many consoles ranging from Atari 2600 to the Nintendo Gamecube. Read More →