File this under: geeky steampunk creations. If video game systems existed during the Victorian-era, or more specifically, the Nintendo Game Boy, this is what they’d look like, copper plating and all. We’ve rounded up three more amazing steampunk video game systems for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.

3. PS3

No internal parts modification so the warranty still keep in place. This PS3 Steampunk mod featuring wood veneer finish and brass detailing. The modder is just making the Face of PS3 console to wear a custom made ‘mask’. I’m not sure if I’m going to do this to my PS3, but at least this is a cool stuff for Steampunk fan.

2. Xbox 360

Now, giving Microsoft a taste of Steampunk modification, deviantARTist Dopelgunder has come up with a Steampunk-styled Xbox 360 mod. When modding reaches a scale where it beats the expertise, it becomes really striking and ingenious, and then those detailings are least noticed and what is cherished is the end result, which like this Dopelgunder Xbox 360 mod, is exciting and luring.

1. Nintendo Entertainment System

Redditor Andrew took a rare Top Loader NES console and added a fine veneer of Steampunk…the only thing it’s missing is a towering tophat, multi-lensed goggles, and a wondrous, flying airship. I love the details. Now Andrew’s nephew can play games and pretend he�s in some Jules Verne submarine, while imagining that steam is oozing out of his console. Lucky kid. You did an amazing job, Andrew.

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Interesting facts:

  • Steampunk has also become a regular feature at San Diego Comic-Con International in recent years, with the Saturday of the four-day event being generally known among steampunks as “Steampunk Day”, and culminating with a photo-shoot for the local press.
  • In 2010 this was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest steampunk photo shoot. The Saturday steampunk “after-party” has also become a major event on the steampunk social calendar; in 2010 the headliners included The Slow Poisoner, Unextraordinary Gentlemen and Voltaire, with Veronique Chevalier as Mistress of Ceremonies and special appearance by the League of STEAM, and in 2011 UXG returned with Abney Park.
  • Steampunk also has a growing following in the UK and Europe. The largest European event is “Weekend at the Asylum,” held at The Lawn, Lincoln every September since 2009. Organized as a not-for-profit event by the Victorian Steampunk Society, the Asylum is a dedicated steampunk event which takes over much of the historical quarter of Lincoln, England, along with Lincoln Castle.

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