• The Envision - Jonathan's Second Portable Gamecube

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    - The Envision -

    Today, on Christmas, I present you all with my second portable gamecube as a tribute to the best game console ever.

    The Gamecube Envision is the successor to the Ccube. It took roughly 7 months to make and was inspired by Sifuf's Sixty Free Lite-R. Runs off wall power DC 12V or internal batteries. It has 2 hours of battery life.

    Unlike the Ccube, this portable gamecube has NO disc drive. Instead it features the Wiikey Fusion which runs gamecube games off of an SD card. It can play ALL gamecube games perfectly (even Luigi's Mansion now works! Using Swiss on the wiikey fusion). ***** I own and paid for all the games displayed. I've owned all these games for many years now :P

    This portable can also play SOME N64 games, the whole SNES and NES library, and probably some other older consoles. The N64 games are ISO files on my SD card that use the emulator from Zelda: Collectors edition, which ran two N64 zelda games on the gamecube. Thus they are full speed.

    This portable utilizes the GameCube's Progressive Scan (480p) video output via the official Nintendo Component Cable for the Gamecube. And it looks beautiful.

    PICTURES + DETAILS: http://forums.modretro.com/...

    Zoomed out look at The Envision:

    How I was able to play Super Mario 64 on the Envision:

    Pictures of the Envision:

    "Thunderstruck" - by bigGiantCircles (Jimmy Hinson) and some1namedJeff (Jeff Ball)

    "Just a Little More (Prime Edit)" - DarkeSword

    Case shell made by Chris Downing
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