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Nintendo Gateway System

Ok, so this isn't exactly the Gateway system, but it's based on the same theory.

Sorry about the crappy pics, but this was an unexpected suprise that I found on my way to New York City while I stopped in New Jersey.

The welcome screen when you turn on the TVs. This one happened to be at a Ramada Inn, but I've also found them at swanky Chicago hotels too.

The main menu of the Lodge Net system
The "buying" screen of the Lodge Net. I didn't want to pay for the same games I probably have at home, so I didn't pay for it, thus I don't know what games exactly are programmed into it.
The controller that is hooked to the TV and velcro'ed to the top.
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