Gigabyte and Intel try to prove that DIY is not dead in the PC world, offering components that let users build their own AIO PCs.
A chap named Waterbury has made a Raspberry-Pi powered Super NES. He calls it the Super Nintendo Emulated System. We Approve.
Like building with Mindstorms kits? Lego has something for you, but you'll have to wait a while...
Not all Kickstarter projects have to promise life-changing innovations. FruitStand is just looking to make life with the Raspberry Pi and Arduino tidier.
Don't throw away your old handheld consoles; turn them into miniature arcade cabinets instead!
If you want to play with an Arduino board, without the hassle of extra soldering and locating parts, check out the Arduino Esplora.
Star Wars is, for obvious reasons, a perennial favorite in this here parts. But while we've covered a whole bunch of things inspired by the franchise, this R2-D2 PC casemod might be one of the finest tributes to the series we've seen yet.
Guillermo Amaral's DIY gaming console is yet another one of those amazing things people are making with the Raspberry Pi.
How we assembled an inexpensive gaming rig that delivers solid frame rates and is poised for future upgrades.
Re-purposed office equipment? Bob Dylan? Orchestral Performance? Yup, these things go together just fine.