Wiitendo – Hack a Wii into a NES Case

Categories: Video, Wii Console Hack.

What makes a Nintendo Wii even better? A Wii that looks like the classic NES console!

Video after the jump.

“This project was a labor of love and took some hours to gut our original Nintendo so that the Wii fit nicely inside. This required lots of dremel tool action. Wired in some fun LEDs, used some Gamecube extention cables to access the ports, threw in a large Gamecube memory card, and waalah, the Wiitendo is born!”

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WiiBits » Wiitendo - Hack a Wii into a NES Case

Pingback on August 9th, 2008.

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Reece Hart

Comment on August 29th, 2008.

That is the Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System or PNES. I am buying a NES now to do the same thing you rock.

Wiitendo: a Wii in an NES case - Hack a Day

Pingback on March 16th, 2009.

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Comment on July 26th, 2009.

this is awful, you didn’t mod the wii at all. just stuck it in a nes… actually open the wii and take the internals out.


Comment on January 20th, 2012.

yeah, its a good idea, with some nice touches, but surely it could have been completly fitted inside by removing the wii mainboard and drive, theres even room for the wii psu internally too… at least the wii would not be sticking it’s butt out of the backend lol!!!
Nice work tho…

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