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Check Out This Incredible, Indestructible, Portable SNES

Posted on Monday, December 31 @ 16:03:49 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
If you're in your mid- to early twenties like me, then I'm willing to bet that you've got a deeply rooted attachment to Nintendo's second home console. The SNES was the first gaming system I had ever owned, and boy, did I play that thing to death.

As such, I couldn't help but feel all warm inside at the sight of this modded Super Nintendo.

Behold.


This custom piece of hardware made its glorious debut on Reddit, courtesy of robotairz. It runs on internal, rechargeable batteries, or directly via an outlet. If you'd like to see additional photos of the device, head over here.

Let us know what you think of this wacky machine in the comments below. I love the thing, but definitely would have chosen a color other than yellow for the outer shell.

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