Post Thumbnail

Hailrazer is clearly a fan of the Nintendo 64 and GameCube, but his projects have kept the systems as separate beasts. Until now, that is. His latest mod puts a Nintendo 64 into a GameCube's GameBoy Player add-on, linking the audio, power and video to those of the more modern system. Gamers just h...

2 years ago 0 Comments
December 31, 2012 at 11:34PM
Post Thumbnail

If you head on over to the Modded By Bacteria message boards you'll find that forum member Hailrazer has put together a little somethin' that he likes to call the N64Boy Advance. And like all successful mods, not only does the thing look good, it also boasts tweaks suited to the builder's tastes: h...

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It may or may not actually be the most compact Nintendo 64 we've ever seen, but even if it's holding down the second spot, you can't knock the ingenuity here. Crafted by one Evil Nod, the self-proclaimed N Gear 64 is little more than an N64 console tucked, shoved and crammed inside a Sega Game Gear...

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

For whatever reason, the last great game console to utilize a cartridge over a disc is finding itself in yet another portable form factor, and of course, the Nimbus 64 has been crafted by one of Ben Heck's most loyal followers. One cndowning is responsible for this beaut, and it's actually his seco...

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

The quest to build the perfect portable Nintendo 64 continues, but we imagine we'll stop seeing so many disparate designs soon. That's not because Bacteria's latest bulbous handheld has achieved perfection -- far from it -- but rather because he's provided a 2.5-hour, step-by-step video guide to he...

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We've showcased quite a few portable N64 creations on this here corner of the internet, but the "64 Boy" (pictured above) may very well be the most compact mod we've seen yet -- the world's smallest, according to its maker. The handheld also features support for connecting up to 4 controllers, i...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Before you start wondering: No, we don't post about every single portable Nintendo 64 that slides across our tip box -- rather, we only spend our time writing about the ones that are so much cooler than their predecessors. We were pleased to find that one such project was recently highlighted by En...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We don't get why somebody would do such a thing, but this mod by Flotonic, which inserts the space bounty hunter from Metroid into The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, is pretty nifty nonetheless. The only issue is that the brief video clip -- which you can watch past the break -- doesn't show Sam...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Until that iPhone N64 emulator guy makes with the goods, it looks like folks wanting the full Nintendo 64 experience "on the go" are going to have to turn to the generous talents of the modding community. Claiming to be "officially" the world's smallest (we don't know who the sanctioning body is fo...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Remember that Mushroom Kingdom mod DoritoClock was working on for Left 4 Dead? Well, he's making progress and now has some new areas of the campaign to show off: the exterior of Peach's Castle and Super Mario 64's first world, Bob-omb Battlefield. He even added the latter's Chain Chomp! It seems D...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Okay, maybe it's not the perfect handheld, but it's an incredible piece of craftsmanship, wouldn't you say? It was created by user SifUf over at the Ben Heck forums. Considering how many of these kinds of projects we've seen lately, we're kind of tempted to do this to our own N64 that is sitting i...

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Revision3's own Daniel just couldn't sit idly by watching portable N64 after portable N64 pass him by while doing nothing, so he decided to gut his own console and shove it into a battery-powered unit that can be taken practically anywhere. Sure, it's one thing to read through a step-by-step guide...

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We'll be frank -- there's nothing particularly elegant about the Wii64, but it is unique, so we just have to pay attention. Without any rhyme or reason, this here modder decided it best to gut the internals of his Wii and replace them with the innards of an N64. Of course, he could've just referen...

6 years ago 0 Comments