You can now build an Xbox 360 using 1,342 Mega Bloks

The Xbox 360 is easily one of the best-looking consoles of all time, and if you’ve ever wanted to add a console to your personal museum that you actually had a hand in putting together, then Mega’s latest release is perfect for your specific needs . The $150 buildable Xbox 360 replica not only looks like a low-poly version of the Xbox successor, but it also has a few cool extras that you can physically install. Currently, the 1,342 block set is only available at Target.

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This 3:4 scale buildable Xbox 360 replica consists of 1,342 pieces and comes with the console and controller, working lights (hopefully there’s no Red Ring of Death on it), a removable hard drive, a Halo 3 game disc, and a Game case. You can even remove the side panels to reveal the inner workings of this replica, which Mega says can be interacted with. You might even find a few Easter eggs.

While Lego remains the undisputed king of building blocks, Mega’s own line of building sets has established itself as a strong alternative. The quality has increased, the blocks have become more stable and the collaboration has become more imaginative. Like Lego, these replicas always have a unique block aesthetic, but Mega makes it a point to make the actual building experience fun as you get closer to the end result.

As you would expect, this kit is also fully compatible with the Mega range of blocks. So if you have a box of these, you can attach them to the finished Xbox 360 and create something truly unique. Or nightmarish, the choice is yours.

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Chrissy Callahan

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