In the age of next generation gaming, what is a boy to do with his old yet treasured systems? I would highly suggest pointless but entertaining arts and crafts projects.
This Nintendo 64 (released in 1996…WOW) has been fully customized to look exactly like Princess Peach’s Castle from ‘Mario 64.’ The structure is very detailed which adds to the realness of its reenactment.
The beautiful gamer activity (probably ridiculously time consuming) went up on eBay and was sold shortly after for $100, which I don’t think covers the amount of time spent on this.
As a 90’s gamer (not anymore, but WAS) I couldn’t see myself parting ways with such a retro-treasure.
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