Similarly, we just don't get anyone who would bother modifying their consoles to look like other things. Nonetheless, we retain a degree of admiration for anyone with that level of pointless dedication, and thus... here are ten console mods that caught our eye. Oh, you!
This implies that this is a machine that will continue to be in regular use, despite looking like a ten year-old's horrible birthday cake. Let us take a moment to wonder how it sounds while in use...
Nice showing off, nerd. Now let's see you try and get a girlfriend.
Now we've got that British Gas Hive thing, which is controlled from an app on our phone, and it's awesome, and almost like a video game in itself, and... What were we talking about again? We suppose we could go back to the start and find out, but... y'know... let's just press on.
Given that the Gamecube was already a compact purple beauty (hell-oh!), we're not sure this is any sort of improvement. Unless you're the sort of person who is easily impressed by bright lights. And when we say "person" we mean "dribbling idiot".
Instead of carving a pumpkin, try this instead: carve "666" into your chest and stand naked in your front garden, shivering and chattering as you defecate onto a sundial. See how many trick or treaters you get then.
That's what we're imagining right now, and it makes us SICK.
Well, we'd have had even more respect for him if he'd tried to weave himself a Wii out of hemp - as per these working Wiimotes. Where Hanks would've gotten the games from we dunno, but we guess he could've also woven himself some wifi or something, and downloaded them from the Nintendo eShop. Hey - he could've even made himself a Mii Wilson, and called him "Wii-lson".
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