Nintendo Sixtyfree Lite-R portable N64

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Nothing says Christmas like Nintendo 64 and benheck forum member [SifuF] has a treat for you. His Nintendo Sixtyfree Lite-R stuffs all the guts of at Nintendo 64 into a compact handheld package. It features dual joysticks and triggers. The display is a PSone screen with all of the extra board trimmed away. The part that really makes this project shine is the case. It’s vacuum-formed 2mm sheets of polystyrene. Another nice touch was the volume and screen brightness. They’re adjusted by holding down start and then using the other buttons. It doesn’t have internal batteries, but can run off of a 7.2V Infolithium.

[via Engadget]

27 thoughts on “Nintendo Sixtyfree Lite-R portable N64

  1. I want one also. That is so sick it is unbelievable. Man if I could pull mods like this I’d remake the PSP completely. ( Am working on a 10X larger psp with my tv for 2009)

  2. Unfortunately by using a c-stick instead of c-buttons you can’t do certain things in N64 games (Like using hidden vehicles in Crusin’ USA). You could probably make macros for it in the same way holding start lets you change volume and brightness, though.

  3. @th0mas

    try the benheck.com forums in the case building section. there are a load of way better (in my opinion) portables on there as well.

  4. Man, it’s so unbelievable, have you considered mass production so you can sell them?
    If you sell this little wonder, let me know I would buy it for sure?

  5. i’d love to see a nintendo 64 controller with a DS sized screen built in that could play the games. that would be insane…. or atleast held the same way

  6. let me know when these things are for sale all i do is play my n64 games and want something more portable just to have something not crappy and actually good with some good games

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