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N64 Virtuoso Marshall Hecht, best known for his work creating the 64drive development tool and the ultraHDMI, has done much for the N64 community. Like many articles, projects and products we feature here, Marshall began his his N64 Legacy by making portables. Today we take a look at one of the first few (if not the first alltogether) vacuum formed portables, the fabled L64.
 
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What Happens When You Put A N64 Game In Your Wii? WatsuG wondered the same thing, after seeing a fake video of such long ago on Youtube. With the question always lingering in the back of his mind, fast forward to a few years later with more modding experience under his belt and more consoles mods inside other consoles coming to the forefront, WatsuG found a suitable project Wii to harvest a case and decided to try it for real.
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More things need to be purple. This month we take a look at the Grape64, which probably our favorite N64 portable to date. Stiff competition, to be sure, as there has been a lot of amazing builds over the years. Finished in 2011 inside a clear tackle box and has features usually omitted from N64 portables like the dpad and L trigger, and even has an Instructables post to help you build your own. It’s very great, and it’s very grape.
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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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