How creative can gamers get? Kotaku links to a cool feature from Techeblog called “The Top 10 Strangest Custom Gaming Systems.” Here, you’ve got everything from the GameCube To Go (Cube goes portable) to Game Break’s favorite, the NEStation, an old school Nintendo console that looks like the PS2. You also have to give props to the Atari Jaguar system made portable. The Jaquar was the first system to have two 32-bit processors. But it sold poorly and was pulled off the market back in ’96. It looks snazzy here, though.