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Nintendo Bandolier Holds Arsenal of Classic Controllers

by Conner Flynn
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If Chewbacca were a gamer, this is what he would be wearing throughout the original trilogy. You’ve gotta love this Nintendo controller bandolier created by Etsy shop 1UpForge.

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It is made up of nonfunctional NES, SNES, N64, Game Cube and Wii controllers. It is basically a history of Nintendo controllers that you can wear. Whether it is fashionable or not is a whole other story. It’s not, just so we’re clear. Maybe you can be Nintendo Man this Halloween. Otherwise it is not cool to walk around wearing this.

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Its builder really should have programmed the controllers to do stuff, like open the garage door or change channels on your television. Then it would be totally worth wearing – a controller for each job. If you want it, you can grab one over on Etsy for $95.

[via Laughing Squid via Geekologie]

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