Look At This SNES-Themed Nintendo Switch

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Here’s an unofficial SNES (well, Super Famicom) theme for the Nintendo Switch that looks incredible.

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Made by Pop Skin, it covers everything. The base, the Joy-Cons, their backs, even the Switch itself.

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Because it’s a skin and not a paintjob, there are naturally going to be some rough edges, particularly at the points where there are curved surfaces. But like...come on.

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As someone who thinks the JP/PAL Super Nintendo is one of the best-looking pieces of video game hardware of all time, seeing this only has me hoping Nintendo go ahead and release an official version of this.

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Here are some more shots showing off the detail in the skin:

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The same guy also turned his Wii U into a Famicom, and another Switch into a NES, with similarly fantastic results:

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Note: post updated to correct creator’s details.

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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totallymeh
Indifferent Snowman.

Yes Nintendo, you know what you need to do. Release a joycon with a real damned Dpad. All these Neo Geo games and possibly some great 16-bit classics on the way and the worst possible dpad sans the 360 is the one you go with. :|