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Legend Of Drink. i want them all!!. Feed News Recipes Shep " , Old NES Cartridges Refurbished Into Boozy Flasks Ash ley aw Tweet as R's 3 Antt 3 Share as years

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Old NES Cartridges Refurbished Into Boozy Flasks
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years ago the Nintendo Entertainment System was the console to have. Fast
forward to 2013, cartridges are considered ancient in the gaming world with Cds and
downloadable software replacing these once great rectangular relics. With technology
constantly evolving, what' s a gamer to do with their old NES games? Turn them into Lhasas, of
course-
BEER LEGEND OF DRINK
Some fellas over at Ink Whiskey have designed the perfect way to pay homage to your
beloved NES games, while also making them into practical Lhasas. The Ink Whiskey
Concealable Entertainment ihack is adorned with parody labels of some of Nintendo' s most
famous games. The cartridge is about the size ofyour ihack and slips easily
into a back pocket. These dudes even took it to the next level and decided to conceal the cap
as part ofthe cartridge.
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User avatar #2 - wiredguy (11/23/2013) [-]
Why would you destroy them like that?
They could still be kept, and played should a console arise.
#5 - Rascal (11/24/2013) [-]
Now now Don't be hasty. What if those are Horrid crap games with a new label. I mean its paying homage to Nintendo. Not the games the use. Could be Ljn for all we know.
User avatar #4 - tittylovin (11/24/2013) [-]
no. No. NO. NO NO please NO.
Don't do that, what a ******* waste.
You could drink your swill out of anything, but nothing can replace that feel when popping in a cartridge.

I Also don't like the tone this article has about cartridges. Cartridges are better than CD or hard discs in most ways, the only reason they're not available now is that CDs are cheaper, and downloadable games don't cost a dime to produce.
Ideally, games should come on flash drives, which are essentially cartridges 2.0. Faster load times, way more space, easier to store, and a hell of a lot more reliable than anything else currently. Furthermore, once registered, the game could be copied to and played from the console. If data corruption occurs, the game could downloaded and reinstalled on the drive it came with. This is totally doable in every way, we have the technology, but the money grubbers will never let it happen.
User avatar #6 to #4 - unlithe ONLINE (11/24/2013) [-]
i agree that cartridges are superior(pokemon fanboy speaking), but the thing about your idea with the usbs is that you could download it onto a console then let your friend do it and everyone could gets hundreds of copies for free.
User avatar #7 to #6 - tittylovin (11/25/2013) [-]
>once registered
PC games have been doing this for ages, with either a redeemable code or by linking the purchased games to a profile, or both.
No reason why it wouldn't work for consoles in my dream world fantasy settings where the industry isn't ****** by greed monsters and senseless pirates.
And, if you really don't want to bother with it, or if you're operating offline, you could just run the game from the flash drive without installing it.
User avatar #3 - atomicman (11/23/2013) [-]
Hmmmmmm let's not
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