Nintendo SNES Re-imagined

Jan 12, 2018

Category: Tech

Everything old is new again. At least that’s the idea behind RCG’s re-imaged Nintendo SNES console. Here’s we have a completely reworked and wired SNES system built with original Nintendo hardware.

Each SNES Re-imagined also features a laser-cut housing complete with etched acrylic components which have been drilled, bent, bonded, threaded and assembled utilizing anodized aluminum hardware. The clear housing also brings the internal components to life as well, each elegantly finished and etched to accentuate the internal functionality of this iconic gaming console. Best of all, RCG hand-assembles each SNES’s interior with components from former Nintendo systems with extensive irreparable exterior damage. It’s a second chance for these otherwise unusable components, compatible with original SNES games and controllers, and available in the coming months in very limited quantities.

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