Long-time fans of Nintendo have often harped on about the GameCube controller being one of the best controllers in gaming history, and the console it attached to first was certainly not shy of some spectacular releases. It's a shame that we have to have a television the size of Snowdonia just to be able to appreciate the system without the picture quality getting ruined in the process with a bus load of input lag added on top, but all that is about to change.
Enter the GameCube HDMI mod, a cacophony of chips and wires that snags the GameCube's output signal and wrangles it into a digital dream in the blink of an eye. With no more than the power supply and an HDMI cable you can continue to enjoy the treats of Nintendo's first solely disc-based system.
As this is such an audio-visual component we felt was best to give you the full rundown in an audio-visual form, so check out the video below to see this beast in full swing. Afterwards, you might want to consider subscribing to our YouTube channel if you're that way inclined.
If you want to find out more about the mod or if you're considering buying it, park your pointer over here.