Bacteria, the name behind many hacked consoles, is back with a bang – this time round taking an MSI BGP100 Bluetooth GamePad that is encased with a SNES controller, obviously having thrown out the innards of the original. All buttons retain their original function save for the Select button, which means there is no way you can input a Konami code this time round. What do you think the purpose of all these hacked controllers are meant for – to show the world that one is able to built one from ground up, or as a personal challenge?
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