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Modded Sega Genesis does what Nintendon't: administers electric shocks

JC Fletcher, @jcfletcher
August 4, 2012
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Dyak and Furrtek, for reasons unknown, decided to mod a Sega Genesis with parts of a shock collar meant for dogs. The result is the Genezap, which delivers an electric charge of a modifiable intensity whenever the player takes damage in Sonic, Mega Bomberman, or other games.

They did this on purpose.





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