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If 1992 Had Limited Edition Consoles...

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We started to see limited edition consoles pop up regularly in the late 1990s. They're of course commonplace now. In the early 90s and before, though, they weren't really around, which is where Ricepuppet's console customisation service comes in handy.

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He sells commissioned consoles, bearing the theme of the purchaser's choice. Want a Hello Kitty 360? Done! A Disgaea DualShock? Done!

We're interested, though, in his retro consoles, adding a touch of modern flair to ancient consumer hardware. The bolder ones are pretty eye-catching, but there's something about that gold SNES and Sonic Genesis that just does it for me.

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[Bleeding Violin, via ALBOTAS]


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giantboydetective
GiantBoyDetective

I love Totoro, I mean look at my avatar, but that SP looks turrable. It looks like it was drawn by a middle-school student with a sharpie. I like the idea, I love Totoro, and I love the SP...but come on. It looks so messy and unprofessional. Surly I could do a better one...and I might!

No disrespect. I just don't like it. Especially compared to some of the others.