Hey LEGO, I Fixed Your NES! - I Built A LEGO NES That Really Works!

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I Built a LEGO NES That Actually Works! I bought the Lego Nintendo Entertainment System set to build on camera. It took quite a while to build but looked pretty cool when I was but it's just a Lego set so I doesn't actually play games. So I decided to fix that by building my own version which will fit original NES games and actually play those games.
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About This Video: In this video I decided to do something different: build a working NES console using Lego's! It was kind of hart to make all the necessary components fit while still making it look mostly like an NES but I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.

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