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News Project Unity mod combines 15 consoles in one box

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Meanmotion, 18 Apr 2013.

  1. Meanmotion

    Meanmotion bleh Moderator

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  2. Nexxo

    Nexxo Queue Jumper

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    But can it run Crysis? :p
     
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    Damn, no MSX....
     
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    To think all the hours of work he could've saved and/or spent playing, if he had just downloaded M.A.M.E. instead :D
     
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    really is too bad that most mid grade laptops can run all of these systems, and many of them with texture mods and such to increase the quality above what the original hardware could pull off :|
     
  6. Waynio

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    Very interesting impressive project done really well. :D

    If I ever get urge for doing a bit of retro console modding I'll be sure to join his forum, looks very good for it & that man is a genius managing to do that although I can understand why he didn't make it 4 player, would make it 45 or 54 times more complex (difference is because it's unclear to me if it's 15 or 18 consoles & that's going as if all those consoles are 4 player which they aren't so :p would still be many times more complex though) as if it wasn't complex enough lol. :D


    I would rather do something like this though myself, nice & simple in comparison by using tuned up emulators allowing for gorgeous looking case with nice engineering & excellent craftsmanship.
    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=216627
    Or his even better version with projector.
    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=236228

    Think that answers the last comment on the article, not watercooled but doesn't need to be. :D

    Still some really awesome retro console modding, The Console Centipede. :lol:
     
  7. mi1ez

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    Kind of defies the point. I still have my SNES (and NES, and 2 original DMGs) and highly prefer playing it to any emulator. You get all the slowdown in the right places, and certain quirks that just don't happen emulated.
     
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    Did the video music remind anyone of skidrow? Not that i've ever run a crack, ever!
     
  9. blohum

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    Awesome work, but there's one thing which stands out to me... he mentions that the original consoles give a more authentic experience, but surely part of that experience is using the original controllers?
     
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