The Nintendo 64DD (Disc Drive) basically plugged into the extension port on the underside of the console, enabling you to use proprietary 64MB magnetic disks for expanded and rewritable data storage, a real-time clock for persistent game world design, and a standard font and audio library for further storage efficiency. Only ten titles were ever released, and the peripheral itself now fetches upwards of $1,000 on the secondary market. YouTube user “MetalJesusRocks” managed to snag one of them. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why movie theaters in Korea are so much better than in the US.