If you have a bunch of different consoles all taking up space, why not do what one inspired gamer did, and create a console mod that plays 18 different types of cartridges? Project Unity includes the original boards of 15 different game consoles, but is all controlled through one controller.
It outputs through one SCART, and is powered by just one supply. This beast accepts both original cartridges and ROMs from 18 older gaming consoles. Modder Bacteria created this console, and it took him around 3,500 hours to do it.
The cost was a little over $1,000. It has boards for the Atari 7800, Colecovision, Intellivision, Amstrad GX1000, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, TurboGrafx X, NeoGeo MVS, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, GameCube, and PlayStation 2. The PS2 can play PS1 games and the Atari 7800 can play Atari 2600 games, and the GameCube can play Game Boy Advance games. The unit weighs around 44 pounds and has over 100 feet of cable inside.
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