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Atari 2600 stuffed into Game Gear, Sega Nomad seen casting envious glances

Atari 2600 stuffed into Game Gear, Sega Nomad seen casting envious glances
Darren Murph
Darren Murph|November 30, 2008 5:32 PM

Oh sure, there's bound to be some protrusion when shoving a retro console into a gaming handheld, but inelegant styling was a way of life for Sega back in the mid-90s. Modder Chris Koopa has achieved the impossible by stuffing an Atari 2600 (or the important parts, anyway) along with 40 games into a hacked up Game Gear and enabling it to operate for nearly a full workday with just five AA batteries. And yeah, there's totally a 2600 cartridge slot to allow for playback of original titles. You know you're oddly interested in seeing more, so tap the read link for a few shots from the rear / side.

[Via technabob]
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