Project Unity Combines 15 Consoles Into One

Project Unity Combines 15 Consoles Into One
With systems like the PlayStation 4 ditching backwards compatibility, getting your old-school gaming fix is turning into a lost art. Hardcore gamers could always keep their consoles hooked up 24/7 in a tangle of wires and cables, but one truly creative gamer has redefined BC by combining a whopping 15 systems into one.

Dubbed “Project Unity” by designer Bacteria, this technological marvel is the “most comprehensive multi-system retro video gaming console system made.” This 20kg box combines 15 consoles that span all generations of gaming, with support for the NES, SNES, Sega Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, and even ColecoVision. However, this creation did not come easy (or cheap): Project Unity is the culmination of 3,500 man-hours, three years’ time, and £700 in parts. Despite its versatility, the creation only uses one power supply and its own custom controller.

Want one of your own? His project is not for sale, but blueprints of his creation are available on his official Website here.

Casey Scheld

Drawn to the underground side of gaming, Casey helps the lesser known heroes of video games. If you’ve never heard of it, he’s mastered it.

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