Han "Little Hand" Yu is a Chiense modder who has built one of the best PC cases I have ever seen.
There's an easy way to play 18 different console formats (or more) on a single device. Most of us would use an emulator. But modder John Grayson chooses to do things not because they are easy, but because they are hard.
Building this replica of a Final Fantasy airship woudn't be an easy task, even if it wasn't meant to be a PC case mod. What do you do with all of that space? Well, Richard "8-Bit Builder" Clinton somehow found room for two GTX 660 graphics cards inside and even play around with the case fans, using them as lower…
Oh, I like this one. There's no garish colour schemes, no pulsating lights that would look more at home in a Fast & the Furious movie than in some dude's computer. Just a concept, and the smarts to keep the canvas blank so the concept can carry the show.
Earlier this year, Raptr ran a competition where famed case modder Brian Carter would produce a custom PC based on either Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 or Battlefield 3. He eventually went with the latter. And it's awesome.
Put aside the platform pissing match between EA and Valve over Battlefield 3 for a moment, PC fans, and let's all enjoy a nice custom PC casemod based on DICE's upcoming shooter.
Let's say you have a loved one sent to a prison, and you need to smuggle them a 3DS inside a Game Boy. (Look, just go with it). Goteking, who gave us the iPod-in-a-Dreamcast-VMU, now supplies a 3DS case made from a Game Boy.
While most case mods are designed to improve the appearance of a games console - or at least tailor it to suit the whims of a more fickle owner - we don't see many that will make small children cry.
Do this, and you'll never have to complain about your Wii having no games to play ever again. Course, you'll also have voided your warranty. Actually, you'll have voided your entire Wii, since it's now nothing but a case for a
loud VERY LOUD PC, but hey, some people will go to great lengths to make a point about the…