The LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System Builder Kit features 2,646 LEGO pieces that when combined resemble the exact Nintendo console I played for hours on end.
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I think it’s safe to say that, as someone that writes about cool gear—as well as someone that grew up playing video games of all kinds—I’ve seen my fair share of interesting gaming paraphernalia come and go. That said, the conceptual ASUS ROG Strix Pro 7.1s might just be the coolest looking set of streaming headphones I’ve come across.
Back in 2012, a couple of friends started modding game systems and formed Rose Colored Gaming. Their latest work is the SNES Reimagined, where they take the classic Nintendo system and give it a clear makeover.
I can’t say for sure whether or not this Mike Tyson’s Punch Out easter egg has been discovered before, nor do I really care to find out.
Like the majority of my readers, I grew up on the NES. I remember waking up early before school so I could get some extra gameplay in.
I haven’t played ‘Super Mario Maker’ on the Nintendo Wii U yet, but from the looks of the videos I’ve found on YouTube, people are getting mighty creative with their levels.