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Watch The World’s Biggest Nintendo DS In Action

Tech Wizard BigRig Has Assembled the World’s Largest Working Nintendo DS

Youtuber and tech wizard, BigRig Creates has shared a new video where he first assembles, then plays on the world’s biggest Nintendo DS. 

In the shared video, BigRig assembles the system’s iconic dual screens by combining a large computer monitor and – of all things – a McDonald’s restaurant touchscreen before printing all the relevant buttons and D-pads in 3D. 

The level of technical wizardry that he used for setting up this massive device seems overshadowed by the sheer fact that it actually works. He demonstrates Super Mario 64, Mario Kart DS, Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter and McDonald’s training simulator software. 

As seen in the above video, the size of this enormous DS obviously makes the games in it more difficult to play. Imagine the arms reach that would go into drifting the tear-inducing Rainbow Road turns.

However, never mind ramming the system with a red mushroom as this gigantic project brings out the big guns in form of yellow mega mushrooms to create the biggest playable edition of the Nintendo DS. 

Although it would take a player with big and probably long hands to have fun with this, but we can’t deny the fact that BigRig’s project is very impressive, despite somewhat impacting on the DS’s portability. 

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Isa Muhammad is a writer and video game journalist covering many aspects of entertainment media including the film industry. He enjoys reading philosophy, autobiographies and staying informed. If he's not reading, playing video games or catching up on his favourite TV series, then he's probably writing about them.

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