Nintendo Switch Pro Controller -Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Edition

Another limited edition Nintendo Switch Pro Controller design puts me one pad closer to having the ultimate 4 player party, free of friends complaining that the Joy Cons feel too small in their gigantic hands. You see, I do care! Continue reading

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Collector’s Edition Unboxing

A new Xenoblade has arrived on the Nintendo Switch just in time for Christmas, and look at the size of that box! As far as Nintendo collector’s editions go, this one is a monster, and all I can think is where I’m going to store it. Maybe on the side to admire, maybe under the bed when anyone comes over… I guess that solves that conundrum. With that out the way I can safely say ‘I’m really feeling this unboxing!’ Continue reading

Mario, Peach, Bowser (Wedding Outfits) Super Mario Odyssey Collection amiibo

There is a wedding about to take place in the world of Mario, and everybody is invited! What better way to celebrate such an occasion than with three new amiibo, fan favourites decked out for the big day? I can’t think of anything better, no way. Continue reading

Chrom and Tiki Fire Emblem Warriors Collection amiibo

With the release of Fire Emblem Warriors on Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo New 3DS/2DS (it’s a little confusing these days), new amiibo are of course also available to coincide with the hack n slash epic. Of course. Welcome Chrom and Tiki to the Fire Emblem plastic figure family! Continue reading

Koopa Troopa and Goomba Super Mario Collection amiibo

Once you’ve worked your way through the stars, you have to start thinking a little bit smaller when it comes to new amiibo. So here we are, Koopa Troopa and Goomba can now stand proudly with the Nintendo superstars. Who gave them guest passes? Continue reading

Super Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Classic Mini

The Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Classic Mini was the hottest unavailable item of last year, and now we have the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Classic Mini looking to be a surefire unavailability once again. But they exist, yes, I’m holding one here. 20+1 games, two pads, and a whole lot of pixels. Though never more than 16 bits.  Continue reading