More than that actually — the NES has two LEGO controllers, a LEGO Tetris game cartridge and a LEGO TV.

"So why did I decide to build an NES?," writes Dave Sterling. "I think mainly just to see if I could. I've never done something I would consider ‘art' or ‘sculpture' in LEGO and I really wanted to give it a try and see if I could recreate something directly to scale."


His creation is 1/16th of an inch of the actual dimensions — bravo!

MOCOlympics Round #6: Dave Sterling vs. Crimso Giger in Atari: A LEGO® creation by Dave Sterling [ via Brothers Brick via Gizmodo]

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