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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
Exhibits include world's rarest NES game.
Coventry gaming fans invited.
No fire risk this time.
NES and SNES carts hit this December.
Aim to create an online library.
Yes, the 8-bit home console.
A mint condition copy of ultra-rare NES game Stadium Events is up for auction, for $21,700.
As part of an attempt to raise money for the Childs Play charity, some crazy fools have put themselves forward to play Desert Bus, the worst game ever.
Check out one of the oddest console mods we've ever seen - a NES in a shoe. It sound's weird and it really, really is. It gives portable gaming a whole new meaning.
It may be a decade or two late, but the new flash cartridge for the NES is there if you want it.
SNK has announced it is officially stopping support for its consoles.
French modder Kotomi has just unveiled his new modern/retro system mod, the Wii-SNES. You guessed it - a Super Nintendo inside a Wii chassis. One suspects he's rather missed the point of the latest Ninty console.
Are you enjoying your Wii virtual console, but want to play your titles with a little more authenticity? This hack is an awesome answer.
An enthusiastic NES nut case has managed to squeeze a fully-functional NES hardware clone into one of Nintendo's famous NES control pads.
Fancy a carry case that is a little bit different than the norm? How about stitching your own NES controller replica?
Got your NES belt buckle? Got your NES mouse? Complete your collection with a NES iPod.
Looking for a new mod to do? How about mounting a laptop hard drive into a piece of retro gaming history? Sounds good to us.
Fancy getting suckered back into the days of Duck Hunt? This gyration mouse hackjob could be just the thing to get your nostalgia flowing.
So, we don't usually cover Nintendo's DS. But, when a NES classic gets a full-on update for the modern gaming era, we know you guys will love it!
NESBuckle.com have expanded their range to now include the SNESBuckle, GenesisBuckle and AtariBuckle. Is there no limit to what you can hold your jeans up with? We exclusively unveil the XboxBuckle.
Ryan McFarland has a habit of turning junkyard trash into useful stuff. His latest creation is the NES gamepad optical mouse mod.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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