By Julian Hooper
We’re fans of all things meta, and most things video game-related here. So, you can bet your sweet 8 bits that we approve of Matt from Fullerton’s gigantic NES-shaped coffee table.
Constructed over 2 weeks from fiberboard and then painted and lacquered, even, to resemble the grain of the original NES, this coffee table is a near-exact replica of the iconic system. Notable features include a power button that actually pushes in and lights up and a cartridge door that opens to reveal a large scale controller and storage for normal-size video game controllers. A fitting homage to store your Wiimote inside a giant NES cartridge slot.