Beautiful Ocarina Of Time Inspired Nintendo-64

June 2, 2015

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This is the Nintendo-64 modded by Belgian artist Vadu Amka with a beautiful, albeit subtle, Ocarina of Time theme. Don't get me wrong, I'd still totally give my left nut for it. I mean, if I hadn't already lost it in a Rollerblading accident in high school.

The ancestral gems being very important items for the main quest, I chose to remind their shape under the console's logo. As a reminder, they are the Kokiri emerald, the Goron ruby and the Zora saphire. The console's logo was also remade in order to stay close to the saga's typography. The shield was remolded in resin, for a little bit thinner and angular rendering. The gold aspect for the buttons is worn and shiny to match with the rest of the console, that is rather ancestral. At last, the Triforce is remembered on the game pad.

Pretty sweet, right? "Very cool. But let's go back to you losing a nut Rollerblading." What about it? "What happened exactly?" I wound up doing the splits on a handrail I was trying to grind and my ballsack exploded like a water balloon. "Jesus." My left nut unraveled out the leg of my shorts like the rope army men use to rappel out of a helicopter. "Just stop." You asked!

Keep going for some closeups, including the controller.

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Thanks to Martin, who wants a Power Stone themed Sega Dreamcast. Or is that me? It can be both of us.

  • BriteSkittle

    This is one of the coolest system mods I've ever seen. I wish I could buy something like this; Ocarina of Time was one of my fav games ever.

  • tim

    Please tell us that you also saved your left nut in a mason jar for when you run out of gambling chips.

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