Have you ever wished that you could have all your old consoles mashed together into one giant franken-machine? Well, a hardware hacker Bacteria has done just that with his Project Unity.

Bacteria took his dream of making a unified console and turned it into a reality. The amazing thing is that he uses all the old hardware and doesn't use any emulators or lesser hardware patches. The system runs all of the old cartridges and discs, no rom hacking required. They all fit together nicely in one giant box. The insane list of consoles supported by Project Unity are:

  • Sega Master System
  • Neo Geo MVS
  • GameCube
  • Dreamcast
  • Saturn
  • Intellivision
  • Colecovision
  • Atari 7800
  • Turbografx 16
  • PS1/PS2
  • Mega Drive
  • NES
  • Super NES
  • Game Boy Advance
  • Nintendo 64
  • Amstrad GX4000
For more information on this incredible feat of hacker ability, check out the video below. It will provide hardware geeks with tons of wiring shots and even a peek at the unit in action. Now if only he could figure out a way to make the PS4 and next Xbox backwards compatible, then he would be able to work miracles.