A 360 and PS3, Together In One Machine?

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It's either heaven. Or blasphemy. But I'm leaning towards the former, especially since there's also a PC involved.

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Timofiend has built a machine that combines the guts of an Xbox 360 and a PS3 in the one shell (a PC case). It's not a simple project, but one that just on principle alone is more than worth the hassle. After all, it's the games you should care about, not the soulless corporations selling the machines you play them on, so this just brings everyone a little closer together.

Best part? Since it's essentially just a case housing the repurposed innards of both consoles, it can output both signals at once, giving you a smorgasbord of hot gaming action.

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If you'd like to see how he did it, you can check out a very detailed walkthrough below.

Creation of the Xbox 360 and PS3 in a PC case mod [Timofiend, via Reddit]


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I would really love it if Sony and Microsoft teamed up for the next generation of consoles. I mean how different are the 360 and PS3 anyways? Not enough for me to care about, that's for certain. It's just a fight over exclusives for nothing more than the sake of exclusives. There's hardly any games that couldn't work across many different platforms in the first place.

What else are they going to do? Keep copying each others advancements in a desperate struggle? It's a fight that only the consumers lose on.

It's not totally out of the question, they've worked together on other things in the past or so I've heard. Have Sony make the box, and Microsoft handle the online; it'd be a dream machine (minus the xboxlive fee).