If you grew up in the days of the original NES, you probably get a little nostalgic at times – hence the popularity of emulators – but there was more to Nintendo’s early consoles than the clunky old-school graphics. The controllers were an integral part of the experience, but having a separate machine for every type of game isn’t really practical (unless you are this guy).
Redditor woolydawg5 came up with a clever solution, he calls it the Ultimate Nintendo Gaming Machine. He took apart an original NES, built a computer into it that can emulate the NES, SNES, Gameboy and N64, and added controller ports so that games for all four systems can be enjoyed on their proper controllers. Woolydawg5 noted that he had to make one compromise at the back of the machine. While he would have liked to have concealed all of the wires, it just wasn’t practical to do so – he also pointed out that his monster emulator has working WiFi.