So I was looking online for some accessories for the Switch and I came across this light up dock. When I look at it, it was sold out and like $36 from other vendors. So I started searching everywhere for it and finally found it on GameStop’s website. I wanted to buy it but I wasn’t very fond of paying the $6 shopping charge. So I waited until Amazon and it in stock.
A few days go by and then!
I saw it for $19.99 with free prime shipping so I quickly added it to my cart and confirmed my order. I got it in today and I immediately set it up when I got home and I love it! One of best accessories for the Switch.
Here are some pictures of the light up dock. Mind you I only took pictures of the Zelda faceplate, but there is a Mario odyssey one as well. The LEDs change color to about 8-9 different colors and there is another button for some cool animations, nothing too crazy. Link for the item is below as well.
I finally broke down and did it. I purchased a Nintendo Switch. I’ve wanted one since Nintendo announced it but never really could see myself playing it. With all the great reviews the games have been getting and me wanting to get back into handheld gaming, I decided to start looking. I found some good deals online the other day so I pulled the trigger and bought one. I purchased the all gray console and joycons.
The Switch should be here tomorrow, so I will do an unboxing video and take some pics of it when I get it! I already bought a few things on amazon and eBay for it which came in today. I only purchased two games for it as of right now, which are two obvious ones, Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.
Today I finally finished the unboxing video for the SNES Mini Classic Edition. I had some free time for once so I worked on some YouTube videos. I have just been getting hammered lately with papers, projects, and studying for tests, that I haven’t had much time. But without further ado, here is the unboxing video!
Just got home from a nice late night run to Wal-Mart, where I picked up the new SNES Classic Mini. There were a few people in line but no more than 8. I waited for about 40 minutes before it turned midnight. Was chatting with the group of people that were there waiting as well (fellow nerds). I had to buy a water and some skittles to keep my energy going! At 12:01, the cashier started to check people out and within a few minutes, I had one in my hands. I couldn’t wait to go home, take a few pictures, blog then go to bed!
There are so many games I can’t wait to play, especially the unreleased Star Fox 2. I loved that game on the N64 so we’ll see if it lives up to my N64 standard. Pictures below of my trip and of the SNES on the table.
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