If you’re a dedicated GameCube fan like this talented modder Ashen, you might be interested in checking out this latest PSP mod. Ashen managed to strip out the guts of his GameCube and stuffed them all into the slim body of his PSP.

Unfortunately abit of modifying needed to be done to his portable console in order to have all this crammed into one, as a result the modified PSP aka Fusion Micro is slightly thicker than usual.

 

The Fusion Micro plays off an SD card (and that includes play SNES games too), and as an added bonus, there is also an additional analog stick – what better way is there to get the most out of your console then to create your own to suit your needs? Check out the Fusion Micro in action below…

[via DVICE]

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