These days, getting some vintage video-game goodness is usually just a matter of firing up an emulator and racking up some points. But while it may be readily available on desktop computers, the experience — without console or controller — can’t quite compare to the original… unless, of course, you go the extra mile to trick out your rig.
Reddit user woolydawg5 created his own custom Ultimate Nintendo Gaming Machine by stuffing a computer into an original NES. The emulator dishes out titles from NES, SNES, Game Boy and the N64, but can support the original controllers for a real-deal kind of feel.
When it comes to retro gaming, it’s tough to beat four vintage video-game systems in one. If you’re a DIY sort of gamer geek looking for some inspiration, you can find it in the pics below.