It appears that Nintendo GameCube is rather popular among modding community, and if you’re looking for a portable GameCube mod, today we might have the right thing for you. Continue reading »
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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.
Check out Mr Heck‘s latest laptop mod. The C64 lappie features a C64C motherboard, a Gamecube power supply, and special 1541-III DTV device that emulates a floppy drive using a FAT-32 formatted SD card, the rest of this mod’s design is in keeping with the beige 8-bit spirit of the original C64. For those who are too young to even know about the Commodore 64 (C64), its ancient, it really is. I believe it was first developed in the early 80s by Commodore International, and the 64 was the value of RAM it had, in those days it was 64 kb. By the way you can find out more about it through Wikipedia of course!
Half PC, half GameCube and surprisingly adorable. This PC mod of the good old Nintendo GameCube not only has the looks but also sports the hardware of a fully functional PC (Pico-ITX, 1GB RAM, Pico PSU), DVD drive slot and USB ports.
…it keeps the GameCube motif running through to its operating system, which is rocking a Mario-themed custom version of Ubuntu.