Project Unity, a retro console mod made by hardware modder Bacteria, combines 15 gaming systems into a single bundle that can be played with a master controller.
The system runs consoles such as Sega Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, PlayStation 2, Nintendo 64 and Atari 7800. According to Bacteria's original forum post, every console board is original, meaning no emulations or clone hardware is present. The console took three years to make and cost about £700 (approximately $1,073) in parts. Project Unity uses one power supply and weighs in at about 44 pounds.
Check out the video above to see Project Unity in action. Bacteria said that the system is a one-off and is not for sale, but he does offer a guide for those interested in making one.