After not being able to buy a classic NES (or Famicom), I decided to build my own version with a RetroPie. While looking through Thingiverse, I noticed there are tons of projects to 3D print Raspberry Pi cases styled like classic game consoles.
Then it occurred to me. Why not be different and put the RetroPie inside of a retro system. I picked the Super Famicom for two reasons:
1) As a kid, I wanted a Super Nintendo, but could not afford one. and
2) While in Japan, I picked up a broken Super Famicom at Super Potato (Tokyo) for $5.
3) I like the Famicom look better. (I know I said, two.)
You only need the shell. The main board and RF Shields won't be used. The only modification necessary is on the front panel's board. Solder to the existing LED and clip the resistor's lead. (You only need to clip resistor lead if 5V is applied to the controller ports.)
Raspberry Pi Soft Power Controller
Controls the power to prevent killing power when Linux doesn't expect it.
Laser Cut Mounting Plate
SVG provided on project page
3D Printed Rear Panel Replacement
STL Provided on project page