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Power Gauntlet Enamel Pin

Power Gauntlet Enamel Pin

Grackle Distro’s enamel pin is the perfect accessory for fans of Nintendo, Marvel, or both. Combining the design of the classic Mattel Power Glove with Marvel’s Infinity Gauntlet you will now wield the ultimate weapon in the universe. Everything else is child’s play.

Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch

Formerly known by codename “NX,” the next-gen Nintendo system combines a home console with a handheld. To play on the go, simply undock the tablet, and slide on the side controllers. Is it just us, or does it look a bit like a toaster and a slice of bread? Drops 3/2017.

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Keytendo Key Rack

Keytendo Key Rack

The perfect way for gamers to keep their keychains in check, the Keytendo looks like the face of Nintendo’s classic 8-bit console, and holds onto keys using keyfobs that look like joystick connectors. The cartridge door opens to provide a small storage space too.

Nintendo Classic Mini Famicom

Nintendo Classic Mini Famicom

The Japanese version of the Nintendo Classic Mini mimics the Family Computer’s body and controller. It also has a few exclusive games such as River City Ransom and Final Fantasy III. Nintendo, if you love money even a little bit, you should give this an international release.

Zelda x Ghibli

Zelda x Ghibli

A while back, artist Matt Vince created a series of awesome posters which combined the world of Zelda with the style of Hayao Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli. He’s now brought these to life through a wonderful animated trailer. Now we want a feature film, Nintendo!

Deal: NES & SNES Bluetooth Gamepads

Deal: NES & SNES Bluetooth Gamepads

Play today’s latest games in retro style with these awesome Nintendo-inspired game controllers. They work via Bluetooth with Windows, Mac or PS3, and the included Retro Receiver lets you play the original Nintendo and Super Nintendo consoles wirelessly.

DIY Micro SNES

DIY Micro SNES

Thanks to the Raspberry Pi Zero, YouTuber lyberty5 was able to make an SNES emulator that’s about the size of a lighter. He made the cute Super Famicom case from scratch, making it out of clay, Bondo and modeling paint.

NES Retro Bluetooth Speaker

NES Retro Bluetooth Speaker

Rather than just another black box, 8bitdo’s Bluetooth speaker takes its inspiration from the classic Nintendo Entertainment System’s game controller, with a giant D-Pad for power, play and volume, and red speakers that look like A/B buttons. Measures about 3″ on each side.

DIY Laser Zapper

DIY Laser Zapper

Seb Lee-Delisle modified a Nintendo Zapper to fire laser beams and even have smoke come out of the barrel with each shot. It has a pair of LEDs, a laser module, and a vape module. The light effects on the wall are from a separate projector.

DIY Mini NES

DIY Mini NES

Sorry Nintendo, but this is how you make a miniature NES. Modder daftmike’s Raspberry Pi-based NES emulator not only has working buttons and ports, it also uses tiny cartridges as NFC tags to load games. It even has an equally tiny functional controller. Build log here.

Nintendo Classic Mini

Nintendo Classic Mini

After numerous 3rd party clones, Nintendo are releasing their own Retro NES. This one looks just like the original and comes loaded with 30 classic games, from Super Mario Bros. to Metroid. Connects via HDMI, and comes with one controller. Drops 11/11/16 for $60.

Kirby: The Fun of Simplicity

Kirby: The Fun of Simplicity

In the early ’90s, Nintendo was looking for more Game Boy exclusive games. Then 19-year-old Masahiro Sakurai – who would go on to create Super Smash Bros. – answered the call with a new title that could be enjoyed by first-time gamers. The result is Kirby’s Dream Land.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Gameplay)

Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Gameplay)

Nintendo reminds us that it’s the pound-for-pound king of original franchises with another god-tier launch title. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a true open world adventure that just might single-handedly save the Wii U and Nintendo’s next console.

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Trailer)

Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Trailer)

Help Link explore, hunt, cook, fight, swim, solve puzzles and more in his grandest adventure yet. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild promises a lush open world where ancient machines lie forgotton. Coming to the Wii U and Nintendo’s next gen console 3/2017.

Mario Maker in Real Life

Mario Maker in Real Life

Animator My Name Is Banks turned his world into a Terry Gilliam-esque play on the Mario Maker universe, filled with impossible levels, deadly obstacles, warp pipes galore, countless enemies, and music based on the theme and sounds from the game.

NES/Famicom Visual Compendium

NES/Famicom Visual Compendium

Bitmap Books’ 240+ page coffee table book about two of the most important video game systems ever made. Nintendo Entertainment System/Famicom: A Visual Compendium contains dozens of high resolution screenshots, box art, fan art and more.

Vans x Nintendo Collection

Vans x Nintendo Collection

Vans dips into one of the bottomless wells of nostalgia with its upcoming Nintendo collection. Mario, Link and other classic Nintendo characters and icons will grace the Sk8-Hi, Old Skool, Authentic and Slip-On shoes this summer.

Deal: Video Game Cartridge Flask

Deal: Video Game Cartridge Flask

Whether you’re up for a round of Drunk Hunt, Super Bar-Hop Bros. or Kega Man, you’ll be all set for sipping some spirits with these fun retrotendo style flasks. They’re made from BPA-free plastic, and you won’t have to blow on them to get them to work.

Super Parkour Bros. 2

Super Parkour Bros. 2

A few years back, Dark Pixel treated us to a little Super Mario parkour action. Now Mario and Luigi are back to entertain us with more acrobatic antics in their VFX-enhanced suburbs slash Mushroom Kingdom.

Cleantendo Shower Curtain

Cleantendo Shower Curtain

1UP your bathroom and enjoy 8-bit gaming goodness every time you hop in the shower with this fun Super Shower Time shower curtain that pays tribute to classic Nintendo cartridge box art, and lets you star as the game’s character.

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Super Russian Roulette

Super Russian Roulette

A party video game that makes use of the classic NES and its Zapper gun. Super Russian Roulette lets you and up to two other people experience risk-free thrills against a foul-mouthed 8-bit cowboy.

Bravely Second: End Layer

Bravely Second: End Layer

The sequel to the hit Nintendo 3DS RPG Bravely Default sees Tiz, Edea and their new friends on a mission to save Agnes from a man who wants to tear Luxendarc apart. Bravely Second features new job classes, an option to save multiple party loadouts and more.

Star Kart

Star Kart

Yahoooooo! Dark Pixel envisions a melding of the Mushroom Kingdom with Star Wars, with a game that surely will be made if Disney ever buys up Nintendo. Seriously, we’d like to play this game now, so get working on it already, Nintendo!

Fire Emblem Fates 101

Fire Emblem Fates 101

This gameplay video for Fire Emblem Fates (formerly known as Fire Emblem If) does a great job explaining the game’s story and basic mechanics, including new features such as more forgiving difficulty and special abilities that alter the field of combat.

Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

Replay the adventures of Wolf Link and Midna in 1080p with this Wii U exclusive. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD also adds a higher difficulty mode and an extra dungeon that can be unlocked with the Wolf Link Amiibo that comes with the physical copy of the game.

Super Mario Maker Honest Trailer

Super Mario Maker Honest Trailer

Smosh Games takes on one of the best reasons to own a Wii U: Super Mario Maker. Marvel at how Nintendo has been churning out classic after classic for more than three decades, but then screws up basic online features.

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