Thread Any of the tech guys done this?

Mr. Argumentor

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I think I really want to, there's another one that is laid out more like a GameGear that looks better

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I'm so not into consoles that I have no idea what I'm looking at here. Care to elaborate?
 

Mr. Argumentor

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Other good N64

Star Wars: Shadows Of The Empire
Diddy Kong Racing was also pretty damned good
Banjo Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64 were decent

and possibly the best... Conker's Bad Fur Day
seriously, that shit was hilarious
 

Mr. Argumentor

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I never said it was bad as a single player game, I am fairly sure that it was the first to do things that a lot of current games do.
Just that where it really shone was in multi.

And I think I listed all games in this thread.
 

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Doable - I could do the electronics work but not the plastics work.

But it'd be a heck of a lot cheaper/easier to buy an old PSP and throw a N64 emulator on it.
 

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Plastic work is easy-peasy. Looks like ABS plastic, if so you take old ABS plastic, cut it into small pieces and put it into a non-ABS bottle (food-grade plastics work, glass also works, glass can be slightly better as you can heat it easier to make it flow better), pour acetone onto it and give it maybe an hour or two, it melts and is like a thick goop. Spread it on what you want to glue together, the acetone evaporates and the goop turns back into a solid.

Can be full of bubbles, and not quite as strong as injection molded stuff, but it works nicely for stuff like that