NS Nintendo 64 It has been a long-time favorite among the gaming community as one of Nintendo’s best consoles. Whether it’s a unique controller or a great line-up of games – like Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, And goldeneye 007 The console has maintained its beloved status for decades – just to name a few. One of the ways the console is keeping alive is thanks to the modding community, which seems to have a certain love for Nintendo’s home consoles in the late ’90s. The most recent example is an excellent looking portable Nintendo 64.
Nintendo 64 was launched in 1996. It competed with the likes of SEGA Saturn, SEGA Dreamcast and PlayStation, but it has stood the test of time and is lovingly watched. Thanks to the fact that the console uses cartridges and is so popular, the Nintendo 64 is a console to deal with many physical modders. This recent Portable Mod isn’t the first time someone has created a portable Nintendo 64 console, but the build may be one of the most elaborate and functional.
YouTuber smackedsam recently uploaded a video of his most recent portable Nintendo 64. The modder created a handheld green Nintendo 64 that can play games right out of a cartridge. The outer case is a 3D printed design, however, all the interior parts are original components. The console has all the buttons on a Nintendo 64 controller, except the ‘Z’ button is shouldered with the ‘R’ and ‘L’ buttons. The device features a 16/95″ inch TFT LCD screen, a memory card slot, and even a built-in Expansion Pak, which helps with such games. Excitebike 64, Donkey Kong 64, And Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2.
Smackedsome’s Portable Nintendo 64-—which is much more functional than the world’s smallest portable Nintendo 64 mods—was custom built, as the modder makes them by request. Some additional features of the console include a headphone jack and a USB 2.0 port for charging. The console can apparently last up to three hours between charges.
When it comes to the popularity of older consoles, it helps that the Nintendo 64 has some of the greatest video games of all time, as well as plenty of cult classics. In the video, the modder uses a cartridge to play some of those classics, like perfect dark And mario kart 64. But outside of any portable mode, fans will soon be able to enjoy Nintendo 64 games with Nintendo Switch Online, which is something players are hoping for.
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