Nintendo news (Jan. 4) – Nintendo Switch accessories from Snakebyte / Defenders of the Triforce

Today’s Nintendo news: some accessories for the Nintendo Switch from Snakebyte, but also…

  • Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Defenders of the Triforce
  • Mario Question Block Surprise Cake
  • Pokémon no Uchi Atsumaru?!

Nintendo Switch

Today, Snakebyte announced a range of accessories for the Nintendo Switch, that will be launched in Spring. There’s:

  • a Nintendo Switch Foldable Headset (40mm drivers, can be folded for easy transport);
  • Nintendo Switch Starter Kit: includes Carry Bag, Stereo Earbuds, Cleaning Cloth, Screen Protector, Control Caps and Game Cases

Pricing for those is yet to be announced, but in the mean time, here’s some pictures:

Source: Snakebyte PR
Pics via: IGN

Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System

Along with the Nintendo Switch, Snakebyte also announced some accessories for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainement System. We have the following:

  • Power Adaptor (USB)
  • Gamepad Extension Cable

Unfortunately, we do not have pictures for those.

Defenders of the Triforce

A few weeks ago, Defender of the Triforce was announced: it’s a Real Escape Game based on the Legend of Zelda franchise. And yesterday, SCRAP revealed some merchandise to be sold at the venues, that only participants will be able to purchase (the general public will not be able to do so, unfortunately).

The following will be available for purchase:

  • Defenders of the Triforce Pins ($18.00)
  • Defenders of the Triforce Poster ($15.00)
  • Defenders of the Triforce zip up hoodie ($45.00)
  • Defenders of the Triforce T-shirt ($24.00)

Here’s some pictures:

Source: SCRAP

Mario Question Block Surprise Cake

Are you both a fan of Mario and cakes? If yes, this video from Rosanna Pansino is one you should definitely watch!

Pokémon no Uchi Atsumaru?!

Here’s the preview for the next episode of Pokémon no Uchi Atsumaru?!, airing on Sunday in Japan:



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