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Custom Mortal Kombat Arcade Cabinet Is a Flawless Victory

Posted on Monday, July 11 @ 07:54:59 Eastern by

This custom-made Mortal Kombat arcade cabinet is so awesome... I'm speechless. I'll do my very best to muster up enough mental clarity to explain what this is.

Hyperspin-fe user, BadBoyBill, a long time fan of Mortal Kombat and arcade cabinets, took it upon himself to do what NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. didn't do, create a custom arcade cabinet for the new Mortal Kombat.

The entire project took him a "month" of "spare time". The cabinet itself is equipped with a 42" 1080p monitor, 2 amps, a 10" sub-woofer, and a pair of left and right speakers. It's running on an Xbox 360 set to boot straight to game and is played with 2 Limited Edition PDP Mortal Kombat Arcade Fight Sticks.

I am totally fucking jealous of this.



To see bits and pieces of the painstaking process of building this beast, click here.
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