There's a good chance that you've got an old Nintendo Entertainment System in your closet or basement. There's also a good chance that it's been collecting dust all these years. If you're like us, that's because any fond memories of 8-bit gaming on your NES are tainted by the flickering screens and garbled graphics that taunted you every time you tried to load a game. Well, GamesRadar thinks that's a shame. So they've put together this simple do-it-yourself guide with easy projects that'll help you turn your broken box of memories into a near new NES.