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Homemade Video Game Cabinet That Is Just Too Cool for Words (37 pics)

Posted by Raya in Lifestyle » Hobby   19 Jun 2013   / 20074 views

Sides for part A of the cabinet.

Installing the basic shelves.

We routed a channel into the bottom of the shelves to fit the LED lighting.

Half of the basic cabinet.

Both Halves.

Nailing the shelf dividers into place. (I had no idea what I was doing)

Both halves built.

Finally starting to take shape.

Backing in place.

The top is in place.

Front trim is added

Cut out holes for all of the wires.

Started painting.

More Paint!

Finally Done!

All the systems waiting to be put in.

Getting everything set up!

The final product. All the consoles are hooked up at once.

You can see the LED strip lighting here. It's remote controlled and I can change the color.

Another angle.

Mega Man II for NES

Zelda: A link to the Past on SNES

Super Mario 64 for N64

Metroid Prime for Gamecube.

Kirby's Epic Yarn for Wii.

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars for the Sega Master System.

Sonic 2 for the Genesis.

Star Wars The Arcade Game for Sega 32x.

Street Fighter Alpha 2 for Sega Saturn.

Soul Calibur for Dreamcast.

Final Fantasy VII for the PlayStation 1.

Shadow of the Colossus for PlayStation 2.

Bahamut Lagoon for the Super Famicom.

Final Fantasy 2 for the Famicom.

Legendary Axe for the TurboGrafx-16.

Defender for the Atari 2600.

Comments (3):

2Cool4Ice 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Now tell me how can you control the games if a control cable is only max 5 meters.
You can't get lost if you follow your own path
Fenrisulven 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
You can fuse cables which has copper wires inside. I know a dude who tripled the length of the cable for his PC mouse.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
tommy36boy 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
So, what are the dimensions of this?