A technological talent has combined a unstable approach to play one of a biggest fighting/party games of all time: Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Jeff Longo created a unstable system that can play a GameCube diversion Super Smash Bros. Melee on a go by regulating some mutated Wii hardware and a tradition box that resembles a GameCube controller with a decent-sized shade in a middle. Longo posted his creation on a Smash Bros. subreddit Wednesday and it blew up, understandably.
Here’s a video of a unstable Melee complement in action:
The unstable Melee can be played with a complement alone or it can support adult to 4 GameCube controllers for multiplayer. The complement can also be plugged into a CRT TV for some heated movement on a bigger screen.
This is a dream come loyal for fans of Melee, many of whom have been clamoring for a rerelease or remaster of a 2001 GameCube game. The Nintendo Switch has recently given some people wish for a Melee rerelease, though for now this pint-sized tradition console is a closest we’ve come to Melee on a Switch.
Longo shared his whole process of formulating a tradition console on BitBuilt, a forum and heart for people meddlesome in a console customization hobby. He sum all he used to make a small machine, shares some photos, and shouts out some other associate hobbyists who helped him along a way.
Now we only need Longo to start mass-producing these so we can all have a possibility to suffer them.