Nintendo Switch Joy Con Classic By Colorware

Jun 30, 2017

Category: Tech

It took longer than we would’ve liked, but it looks like Nintendo’s latest console – the Switch – is a big hit. And that’s something the brand and fans alike can be very happy about. That being said, there are still some things we miss about their older consoles – like their style. Well, now, you can infuse your newest gaming machine with a bit of retro nostalgia, thanks to Colorware’s Joy Con Classic controllers.

Though they function just like the normal Switch controllers – with onboard accelerometers, gyro sensors, and super responsive buttons – these limited edition ones come in the classic black, gray, and red NES colorway first introduced to us in 1985. And, to up the enticement even more, only the first 25 sets will be individually numbered and authenticated. In any case, the point is this: if you don’t act soon, these retro Nintendo Switch controllers will be gone before you can say, “Now you’re playing with power!” They retail for $199.

Purchase: $199

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