Thrill to the grippy rubber of the start and reset buttons. Admire the blue plastic wrapped about the controller's tut-tut-tut 30-inch cable. Is that blue plastic on eBay yet? If so, for how much?
Watch as JerryRigEverything sticks his long-shaft Phillips-head screwdriver (his words, folks, not mine) into the four holes underneath the footpads to disassemble the NES Mini. He discovers inside not a tiny magical city where Super Mario is mayor and Gumshoe is the chief of police, but a rather unattractive and inelegant motherboard where all 30 of its games live.
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