This custom-built Super Nintendo Entertainment System is worthy of the Belmont family's praises.

Belgian artist Vadu Amka has released her newest custom console design, a Castlevania Super Nintendo based on a crypt theme, Kotaku reports. The console features a stone-like frame with an old wood shell, which gives you the feeling of Dracula's coffin in a castle or mausoleum-like setting. The stone frame has cracks throughout it and mossy areas to get it a weathered look. Speaking of weathered, the wood and brass work on the console are amazing -- the system's wood pieces look like they were pulled straight from an ancient coffin. Throw in some solid lettering and a massive skeleton around the system, and everything looks complete. If Dracula had a video game system, this would be it.

Amka spent roughly 80 hours making the console and hand-crafting all of its parts -- just look at that controller! Bravo Vadu, bravo.

Vadu Amka
Vadu Amka
Vadu Amka
Vadu Amka