Instructables user dany32412 pulled an Xzibit, he built a Nintendo NES system into an old school NES Cartridge.
Inspired by Kotomi who completed a similar project, he sourced a NES On A Chip (NOAC), a cloned consol which is essentially a fully functional Nintendo Entertainment System on a chip. It was then shoehorned into a NES game cartridge by way of dermal along with two original NES controller ports making it possible to retain the iconic controllers.
After a bit of soldering, a switch, a 72 pin connector and an LED bulb, the NES inside a NES Cartridge DIY project was complete. This video shows the NES in a Cartridge in action.
San Francisco-based freelance artist R.J. Palmer (aka “arvalis”) has created an incredible series of Realistic Pokemon illustrations that may leave you seeing the little cute creatures in a different light. You can check out more of his awesome work here on Tumblr or deviantART. Sense of realism, I choose you!
Pokemon Black 2 and Pokemon White 2 have been finalized for an appearance on North American shores on October 7th.
Not only that, but Nintendo also added in a downloadable game titled Pokemon Dream Radar, also coming on October 7th, which is an augmented reality game where you can catch Pokemon in the real world and send them to your save file. Later will come Pokedex 3D Pro, which is an interactive database allowing you to search nearly unlimited amounts of data on every Pokemon.
Sprite Stitch member Fortesgospel made this set of Triforce Jewelry (necklace, braclet and earrings) out of solid brass. Detailed and incredibly awesome, she’s selling these although the necklace is already sold. Hopefully she’ll make more in the future because I want one of those necklaces.