It's called Project Unity, and it's been the labor of love for the modder known as Bacteria. It's taken three years and 3,500 hours of work, but it's finally done.
Unity houses the original circuit boards from 15 classic consoles, all powered by a single PSU and outputting via a single Scart cable.
Most clever of all is the single master gamepad designed by Bacteria. The controller actually takes a custom-built cartridge, which maps out the control interface for the required system. So, to play a PlayStation 2 game, for example, you plug the PS2 cartridge into the gamepad and it'll behave like the appropriate controller.
The cost to its creator has been roughly $1,069, and the final product has around 98 feet of cables inside and weighs in at about 44 pounds.
Here's the full list of consoles built in:
- Armstrad GX1000
- Atari 7800
- NEC TurboGrafx X
- NeoGeo MVS
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
- Nintendo GameCube
- Nintendo 64
- Sega Dreamcast
- Sega MegaDrive (Genesis)
- Sega Master System
- Sega Saturn
- Sony PlayStation 2
- Super Nintendo (SNES)
The video below explains its creation, and shows a demo of the system and gamepad.
(Source: Crave Australia)