I was doing some spring cleaning when I realized I had 2 ps1s, 2 ps2s, and 2 n64s.  I decided that I was going to mod them.  I looked online for the mods but found only modchips, and an led mod for the ps2.  I decided to do it, but i wired it differently than in the original mod.  For the ps1 mod, I couldn't find a single mod for them online other than modchips and painted cases.  I thought of what I could do to take this to the next level.  The mods cost me a total of less than $10.  I hope you enjoy. 

NOTE: I havn't modded the N64 yet so I'll be working on it soon.  If you have any suggestion for what I should do to mod it, just post a comment below. (;
You could make it a portable n64 just look up on instructalbes portable n64
<br>I saw that PS1 and immediately thought &quot;Duke Nukem 3D&quot;. That's awesome dude.
Haha I didn't even think of that, I love Duke Nukem. I'm glad you like it
You could create a rom reader from the N64.&nbsp; I attempted this once but I didn't finish.&nbsp; I was young and easily...Shiny!!.&nbsp; Um, well, that is just one idea for a total mod.&nbsp; I don't remember if it will play games anymore but you are able to backup your game saves and games.&nbsp; As for an appearance mod, there are some portable mods out there that you can do if you have the tools.&nbsp; I don't know about appearance.&nbsp; I was going to say something like a rocket or plane.&nbsp; Starfox immediatly came to mind but I checked and I have seen a couple similar ideas.&nbsp; Well, have fun with it.
Thanks for the ideas. I was going to make a portable one, but I'm in the process of building a MAME cabinet so my funds will be low for a while.&nbsp; But ill see what i can do for the rom reader :)

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