Handheld in form of a nes-module

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Oct 12, 2009
  1. blackdragonbaham
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    nesP - Handheld within a nes-module




    some guy in an other forum just brought out this baby, i was realy flashed and impressed of the style and the idea itself, and wanted to share my founds with my friends in gbatemp^^ (this think isn't from me) , don't have the slightest idea of modcasing and programming things, use the quotation link to get to the developers forum the site )



    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    quotation source benheck.com
     
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    That's damn awesome bro.
    Also how much?
     
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    friggin cool, this thing [​IMG] is it already on sale, or not?
     
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    Looks pretty awesome. I still got some spare Super Mario Bros. cartridges somewhere in my room (dont ask my how/why)..

    So I think I'm gonna try this one myself.
     
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    nice, a nes console. emulation sure has come a long way since [​IMG]
     
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    I'm amazed and laughing my ass off at the same time.
     
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    Amazing work!
    But if you really want to emulate NES, go with the Dingoo A320.
    But this looks very sexy and it's funny at the same time!
     
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    dang thats cool! im amazed and in awe. im also laughing my ass off too. [​IMG]
     
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    Love the hat you're wearing in the video ..... [​IMG]
     
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    The BGM in Mario sounds a bit fast.
     
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    it also sounds a bit croaky but still interesting though not entirely useful
     
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    I wish I had the money and know-how to get into this kinda stuff. I always thought it was cool that I could reshape a console so long as its pieces fit and were tended to.

    I'd be putting so much into the old gameboys. Cellphones, hard drives, DVD players. I dunno. Stuff.
     
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    I remember someone putting a somewhat functioning PC into an old GameBoy, using a CF card as the HDD. Granted, the screen and buttons didn't work, but it was still pretty cool.

    I'd like to see if the guy's got any sort of tutorial written up for this, I have 3 or 4 Tetris carts and $100 to spend on a media player. [​IMG]
     

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