Make your own portable DIY Nintendo build
If you felt that the diminutive NES Classic Edition console costing $60 has everything a nostalgic gamer could want, then you may be wrong. You can probably get a little more than NES and that too at a lesser cost.
Using a Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless, a moleskine notebook, and technical wizardry, Nick has built a portable gaming machine that is loaded with favorite classic games and which is not just limited to NES. It allows you to also add or remove games at any time, unlike the NES Classic Edition which comes with a fixed collection of 30 preinstalled games.
If you are interested in creating the ultimate in on-the-go gaming system, you can visit Hackster.io for more information on how to build your own DIY Nintendo. It is estimated to take around three hours to create the nostalgic build.