Nintendo 64 crammed into a NES

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[Matthew] sent us this Nintendo 64 stuffed into an NES. He did a great job really, everything looks nice and tidy. the presentation is decent with only the game ports visible on the front to tell you its not stock. The accent lighting on the side vents is not overpowering. Overall this was a really well done mod. Just like the Nintendo 64 in a Wii mod, this only plays Nintendo 64 games. OK guys, lets get some mods going that don’t involve cramming one Nintendo product into another Nintendo product.

Comments

  1. J says:

    all it needs is spinners.

  2. JB says:

    I once crammed an AMD motherboard into an IBM case. Should I write an article on that?
    I don’t have any pictures, but I can draw it.

  3. crizo says:

    Are you sure that red light coming out the side isn’t fire?

  4. strider_mt2k says:

    That’s pretty clever.

    I like the lights.
    I’m getting the same effect from the internal USB flash drive in my netbook.

    oh wait…wait that _is_ fire.

    be right back…

  5. Norty says:

    Ok, console in a toaster was cool. Console in a console — so what? It’s not even a different brand console. Hell, the N64 was smaller than the old NES. It’s not like you had to find a smaller configuration than Nindendo did..

  6. yd39 says:

    It’s like the turducken of the gaming world. Or would that be an N64 in an SNES in an NES?

  7. strider_mt2k says:

    I’m kidding, it wasn’t a fire at all.

    The new sandisk cruzer micros do have a neat pulsing effect when idling though.

  8. strider_mt2k says:

    yd39: wrap that sucker in bacon and you’re talkin’.

  9. crizo says:

    Awesome idea – NES toaster!

  10. steve says:

    Wow, I think this is awesome. very clean, good work. if you actualy read it it wasnt that simple just look at all that hot glue. and he had to relocate lots of stuff including the cartrige slot. def a hack worthy of hack-a-day. and no jb that wouldn’t be a hack. I just shoved a new 64bit sempron into a 10 year old hp pavilion case with an awesome paintjob and I wouldn’t dream of posting it. the only thing about it that might be considered a hack could be the led lighting that glows brighter when the computer works harder.

  11. kyle007 says:

    what about the wii stuffed into a nes? er did someone do that already? I think this would have been better when the 64 first came out but hey, this project was done very well none the less..

    @norty I get your drift, like putting a ds in a NES, but you have to admit this is pretty cool.

    I wish I had a bunch of this stuff laying around the house— what if ben heck was your neighbor… I digress….nice work Matthew

  12. BrYan says:

    Honestly, I think this is ridiculous….

  13. will d. says:

    now what would really be impressive is if somebody could put an original xbox into a wii case.

  14. Wabbit says:

    I crammed an NES into another NES, which was crammed into a turkey. Which was crammed into a duck. Finally, this was all crammed into an Xbox 360.

    I then fed this all to a Giant Flemish Rabbit, which excreted a soft pellet.

    I then put this pellet into an Atari 800.

  15. Gilbert Jonathan Gacia says:

    although i too have had enough of the console/computer in nes i’d like to see a n64 crammed into a sega gensis, they have roughly the same game port size.

  16. Eric says:

    When I got my N64, I thought that maybe the cartridges would fit…

    You could even have different difficulty levels, based on which Genesis you used.

    I have a 3… and a Nomad.

  17. gilbert jonathan garcia says:

    I have a sega 2, that nomad idea sounds cool, but wouldn’t you need to like hack up the board and even then would it fit?

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