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Gameboy Returns As A Zombie

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Ah, the Gameboy; the hoary video game device from 1989. A time when the Stone Roses ruled and Manchester City whipped the butts of Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United. Surely no one cares about that old relic in this day and age?

Well, as if to complete a perfect symmetry – the Roses reforming and the billionaire playthings of City opening a can of whoop ass on poor, downtrodden Fergie – the Gameboy is back. And this time he’s (we presume it’s a he) a zombie.

Customised by someone who goes by the name of Donald "kodykoala" Kennedy, this beat up Gameboy has been given the legs of an Iron Man figure and the hands from an Iron Monger toy. The bedraggled motif is rounded off by the use of metallic brown for robotic blood. Nice touch.

We bet those at PlayStation, Wii, Xbox etc are well bricking it.

If you fancy buying one of these blighters head here.

For more of his work look a-this-a-way and a-that-a-way

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