The Nintendo 64 is the last home console for Nintendo that relied on cartridges while the rest of its rivals have already moved on to CDs and DVDs, but that doesn’t mean it is a loser in any way. No sir, the games that came out for it might be fewer than the rest of the consoles, but most of them were top-notch titles that had plenty of replay value. This mod has made the N64 a whole lot smaller and portable, with the addition of another controller port in the foreground. Basically, the slot on the mainboard has been rewired and trimmed up, not to mention the board for the pad to the Rumble/Memory pak. You won’t see this hit the general market anytime soon, but it goes to show how far human ingenuity is able to bring what many would have thought to be a “dead” console that belongs to the attic.

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