Eighth Wonder of the World
Behold the iCast

By Jamie Love - February 26th, 2009

iCast

Over at the CGCC forums, mad scientist Logicdustbin has unveiled the greatest technological achievement to date – and proven why I voted him most likely to conquer the earth with a robot army. This marvel of gaming aesthetics strengthens my belief that every appliance, device, and utensil, should in some way also be a Dreamcast.

Watch the video after the break, check the forum thread for more images, and then squeeze in a few more rounds of Under Defeat and Triggerheart Exelica with me before Logic’s Killbot legions enslave us all!

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  2. Posted on Feb 26, 2009

    Quite the impressive job! Looks totally pro. I think the only upgrade I’d want is a cleaner way to swap out discs, but that’s just being uber-nitpicky. This guy has talent.

  3. By Dan
    Posted on Feb 28, 2009

    Kotaku stole your story and gave you no credit. Get used to it guys!

  4. Posted on Mar 1, 2009

    @Dan – If we get used to bad habits, we’ll just be encouraging their continued existence, and then who wins?

    I do miss Maggie.

    The important thing is that Logic does slick work and deserves plenty of nods for it.

    Thanks to all the other sites that gave some linklove

  5. Posted on Mar 1, 2009

    Yeah we’ve gotten lots of love from the sites listed in the Trackbacks here – it’s all good!

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  4. Feb 28, 2009: Querystring » iCast: imac + LCD + DreamCast
  5. Feb 28, 2009: iCast: imac + LCD + DreamCast | THIS SPACE FOR RENT.
  6. Sep 9, 2011: With iMac and Dreamcast powers combined, we have the iCast – The Kartel

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