If you thought this 20,000-piece LEGO Haunted Mansion gaming PC was impressive, check out this functional LEGO Nintendo GameCube, which comes with a matching controller. It only took Peter Knetter 4-5 hours to build this masterpiece, or so we’d like to think, using a mixture of standard bricks and LEGO Technic parts.
Now this wasn’t built from scratch with hardware from an electronics store, but rather an old GameCube placed inside the LEGO shell. In other words, the LEGO Nintendo GameCube is quite a bit larger than a standard console, while the controller is most certainly an accessory you don’t want to use for hours on end. One caveat: the controller’s thumbstick appears to be just a LEGO stick of sorts that probably isn’t the most accurate for any game.
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