Back in June I made my PlayStation 4 look old and classy with a wooden cover by a company called Toast. It was fast and easy. Doing the same thing to my Nintendo Switch took a little more doing.
Oregon-based company Toast makes covers for phones, laptops, tablets and game consoles out of real wood. When they asked me if I’d like to give their PS4 Pro cover a try, I said, “Sure.” When they asked if I wanted anything etched on it, I said, “I like squirrels. And Marvel’s Squirrel Girl.”
Bread is all well and good, but you know what's better than bread? Toasted bread. Oh yeah, buddy. And what's even better than toasted bread? Toasted bread with video game characters on it, of course.
You know when people see Jesus in potato chips? Or in toast? This is kind of like that, but less delicious and not religious. That is, unless you think watching anime is some sort of holy experience.
Mario, represented by several dozen slices of toasted bread and some plain hamburger buns. Seen via Epic Win FTW. You know what's coming next: Bacon Luigi.
An EU proposal is calling for a two year guarantee on video games. That means games would be expected to be "near perfect" (no bugs, no glitches, etc).