"Captain America: Civil War" has definitely inspired the expert modder Eddie Zarick to create never-before-seen custom made consoles based off of Captain America and Iron Man.
Zarick built the Iron Man Playbook 4 having Tony Stark in mind, which explains why the console has an Arc Reactor at the middle, and it even lights up when the console is turned on, according to GameSpot. The outer covering features a red and gold armor, just like Iron Man's.
While the outside is all about Iron Man, the inside is more like Jarvis. The inside is made from Black Acrylic with Blue H.U.D. accents, plus it has a built-in Android tablet secondary screen.
With the PS4 app, the 10-inch device will let the user control the "Captain America: Civil War" themed console directly from the touch screen. The device can also function as a normal android tablet, where users can check email, browse or even play music.
The charger is built-in, so whenever this 'Captain America: Civil War' inspired console is on, the device is also on.
Meanwhile, for the Captain America Xbook One, Zarick covered the outer part of the console with blue, red and white and at the center. Hence, it looks like has Captain A's shield, Techabob.com has learned.
The brushed metal vinyl on top of the acrylic will give the shield a metal-like illusion. When the user turns on the "Captain America: Civil War" themed console, the star at the middle will light up.
The two stars found inside, when the user opens the console are the vents. It has a built-in HD capture card.
The Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket had been permanently installed. The user will simply need to plug in the USB stick and mic and record the session.
The system will be recording it directly to the USB. Once done, the user can simply plug it into the computer.
Zarick confirmed on his website that they are just a one-time deal. Lucky for those who are interested because these two "Captain America: Civil War" inspired consoles are up for auction on Ebay.