The CCube!

Discussion in 'Nintendo GameCube' started by NiGHtS, Apr 21, 2011.

Apr 21, 2011

The CCube! by NiGHtS at 7:48 PM (1,138 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. NiGHtS
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    This is awesome.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mZ5O3ifid8
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    Seriously, kudos to the creator, just look at that design and playability. The only thing remotely wrong is the lack of disc cover but thats a little thing compared to what he's done, and the fact it needs an AC adaptor. It's just really clever IMO, even if some of you dont think so.

    Wind Waker on 'the go'? Count me in [​IMG]
     
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    Watch gc-forever a little bit. Currently multiple members are working on portables without disks.
     
  3. Dr.Wufu

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    lemme help with that video

    [youtube]-mZ5O3ifid8[/youtube]
     
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    If that thing worked with a rechargeable battery, that would be the greatest thing ever created.

    It's nuts how they could get it down that small. That's with the controller, screen, and console all built-in too.
     
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    Member Warrior522 "In all things, balance."

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    0.o'

    HOLY FUCK.

    I didn't think that was POSSIBLE...
     
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    damn,thats tiny!Didn't think that was possible!
     
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    Start Button is not very well placed, and the controllers seems to have some sensitivity problem (he press them more than once on the D-pad).

    The disc at the back would be better in a protective cases (I think you can't put it on a table or bed while the disc is spinning).
    Other than that, it's a great product [​IMG]
     
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    Nice job - but would've liked the case to be 'totally' closed up (no gaps done the sides) - if he done such a great job on the front, why couldn't he'd done the sides ??

    AND don't fancy the exposed disk spiining so close to my trigger fingers without SOMETHING between them the protect them (I tend to raise my fingers OFF the buttons)

    Personnally - I would'nt mind if it was a little 'taller' so that the disk could be further away from my fingers & that might've even allowed for a battery pack to be installed as well
     
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    Rechargable battery. On. A. Game. Cube. Not gonna work.
     
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    Maybe... Maybe not... According to Gamecube Spec sheets the P.S.U has a 12v 3.5A Output

    Since you can get rechargeable batteries of this voltage/current [ Example ] then IN THEORY it is possible - just don't know how long it'll last powering the 'Cube' and the screen at the same time
     

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