Modder Anthony Thomas is making the Nintendo DS new again by giving it a vintage look. Refashioning the appeal of the portable gaming console, Thomas has discovered a way to turn the DS into a giant Game Boy Advance player.
The Nintendo DS has plummeted in popularity since its launch in 2004 -- due to the rise of more modern and tech savvy handheld consoles -- but Anthony Thomas is breathing new life into the once-iconic gaming device with a service called 'Game Boy Micro.' With this service, Thomas eliminates the second screen of the Nintendo DS and covers the device with a retro Game Boy case.
To purchase this trip down memory lane, interested consumers can visit the Game Boy Micro website and pay to have their own DS revamped or pay extra to have Thomas supply all the materials.