Philip Torrone is a hardcore gamer who collaborated with his team of builders to come up with this giant of a NES controller, parading it at the recently concluded Maker Faire 2007. The Giant NES controller uses wood as its main construction material of choice, and it is not good for aesthetic purposes only since it works perfectly fine when hooked up to the classic NES. It is just funny to see how small the connector is compared to the entire controller. One person isn’t enough to press all the required buttons, so you will need at least two people to go through a game. Talk about bringing a new meaning to the word ‘multiplayer’. I dread thinking of just how many people it will take to use an Xbox 360 controller blown up to this size.
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