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    Gamecube Controller port LED mod.

    Just finished my Gamecube controller port LED mod. I think I've posted it everywhere else so I thought I might as well do it here too.

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    Cool mod. Nice to see a mod just for fun.

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    Is it just a case replacement from Viper?

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    I've got the Viper case, it's also modchipped and I did the LED controller ports myself yesterday.

    And I've been commissioned to do the LED controller ports for a new retro to modern gaming store that should be opening in Bristol in September.
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    The store sounds interesting. If they launch a website can you please let us know the link?

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    I also got a Viper case with the big lid, so that you're able to use normal CDs instead of only minis. LEDs would only annoy me

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    These days converting a Gamecube case to run CD-Rs is a bit pointless though as you can just use a softmodded Wii to run all Gamecube games.

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    These days... yes, but some years ago, before the Wii, you get my point

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    I will let you know the web address when it opens.
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