This is going to be my second Portable GameCube that I made, the "Companion Cube" for Devin. Using an Intec screen, battery, and a rev C GameCube. I'm going to turn a already portable GameCube into a truly portable GameCube. Warning: Spoilers inside! Specs 2 memory card slots. 2 controller ports along with a built in controller. Powered by 2 (Believe it, or not.) Intec GameCube batteries. They will have a combined play time of about 4 hours. A disc drive just to boot SD Media Launcher in order to play backups from a 32GB SD card. A 5 inch screen. Speakers and a headphone jack. Thickness is an estimated 3-4 inches. Mostly due the batteries. Warning: Spoilers inside! Mockup Photo, as well as Progression Photos. Mockup Photo. Un-trimmed disc drive. Trimmed disc drive. Batteries A/V Wires Micro soldering (Not detailed at all, but you can sorta get the picture.) I used a single strand of copper wire to solder to it then taped it down . A/V Wires after having thicker wires wired up. Soldering Iron Just to show how awesome I am Power lines 3.3v, 1.9vs and ground Top side regulator included Overview of bottom Checklist Warning: Spoilers inside! First experiment with trimming GameCubes. Wire up the batteries. Take a look inside the screen case, trim it. Cut some wires. Wire battery to screen and GameCube. Wire up VGA(Video audio). Put everything on top of each other, get dimensions for a case. Cut case, put together temporarily with tape, and put on top of the components to mark where holes are needed. Cut Holes. Wire GameCube controller. Sand, and paint controller. Sand, and paint case. Mount controller. Wire controller ports, and power switch. Mount indicator leds. Put together, and test. Ship off to Dev. Videos Warning: Spoilers inside!