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angel R: The side stickers kinda ruind the whole theme for the arcade you could have easly just printed a logo and pasted it with a speacial resin that u could have put ontop to give it a shiny professional look

dee andy: Nice job! There's a little mistake in this project: The cabinet is called "NES" table top. Why is there a Screenshot of Super Mario Allstars, which is never released for NES, in 2:54?!

techstyle123: Awsome

xxMrDaRkFuLGoRexx: very nice tutorial please on how to make one

Jon Fuller: nice work

Jacob Moon: Where do you get the decal skin?

davidmccabe4: was going so well until those stickers appeared
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