UPDATE: So this is a thing now. Available with the European special editions of the upcoming Splinter Cell game. Original post as follows:
This watch is based on the night vision goggles worn by Sam Fisher. There could also be a red variant for the bad guys.
I know emulation makes this device unnecessary, but sometimes you want to play with genuine controllers and a real cartridge. I feel clone consoles that slot into a desktop PC like an optical DVD-R drive would be coveted by a few gamers out there.
Most PC towers have several drive slots in the front, may as well populate them with clone consoles! Cartridge-based clone consoles would look similar to the above example. Disc-based systems would have a DVD tray and compatible control ports. I don’t think memory card slots (GameCube, PS2) are needed.
There is the Retrode device, which has cartridge slots for the SNES and Genesis, and plugs into the PC via USB. It’s a great device and is portable, but I would prefer something that is integrated, given the choice.
Just put some LED rope lights behind some round mirrors and you should get something resembling the portals seen in their namesake game. The Glados cameras would make for neat spotlights.
A few fun items for the bedroom: a duvet cover in the style of a Game Boy, a pillow case Game Boy cartridge, a lamp which looks like one that would attach to a Game Boy, and lastly a GameCube bedside table.
This desk is based on Superman’s Fortress of Solitude. It features a glass section in the shape of the Superman’s diamond logo. A corner configuration is shown, but a standard desk could also be made with this idea.
Here is a matching couch and chair that looks like the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance (the clamshell version). These would be decorated with cartridge pillows. Game screens can be accomplished by putting screenshots on blankets and draping the blankets on top.
I probably should apologize for this design, but no, not today. Just keep scrolling if you’re new here.