While Sony's gaming systems are getting smaller, Nintendo's are growing to unusual size. Is it the world's largest Nintendo controller? And why on earth did they make it in the first place? So many questions, so little answers, folks. Just know that if you've always found those rectangular units too small for your meaty paws, for $400 and 20 hours worth of construction time, you too could have an NES controller that could easily double as a coffee table.
We know you're not afraid of printing your own circuit board (at least no more afraid than you probably were of being crushed under the weight of the last parody old school NES controller), so why not take a hack at the Micro NES Controller project. You too can be the only person you know to have a working NES controller far, far too small for typical human ergonomics to even come close to operating.