Nintendo NES Game Cartridge Hard Drives on Etsy

Nintendo_NES_Game_Cartridge_Hard_Drive_ModIn need of a new hard drive but fed up of the standard range available? Why not get a 1TB hard drive in a custom Nintendo NES game cartridge case? One Etsy member has put together a range of hard drives for sale for he retro gamer.

We're big fans of Etsy, as previous posts such as Atari Joystick Soap and Custom Dragon Quest Toys would suggest. So it comes as no surprise that another creative member by the name of 8bitmemory, has put together these hard drives.

Coming in a range of cartridge cases; Super Mario Bros 3, Tetris, Metal Gear, Dr Mario, Metroid and Ninja Gaiden to mention a few, these hard drives make the perfect gift for any retro gamer in need of external storage. Currently priced at $179.99, these are all one of a kind items while stock lasts.

Link: Buy Nintendo NES Game Cartridge Hard Drives



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(Link to this comment) JoeMD 2011-01-17 05:31
If they made ones based on MD carts I''d SO be there!
(Link to this comment) Speedle 2011-01-17 10:46
These are cool! Although part of me is sad to see NES games carved up for this.

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