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Beautiful Legend of Zelda-Themed Nintendo Switch

by Conner Flynn
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The folks over at MakoMod have created a super cool custom Nintendo Switch that looks like it came straight out of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It really looks that good.

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If you have played the game, you know that Link uses the Sheikah Slate to take pictures, look at maps, and see where he needs to go. What is cool about this creation is that it lets you play Breath of the Wild using a device that looks like it came straight out of the game. This custom game system has real wood surfaces, and chiseled brass trim around the Joy-Cons, and synthetic leather around frame of the display.

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I have always said that console makers should pay attention to modders, and let them help their companies offer some special editions. Sadly, they never listen to me.

If you love it as much as I do, you can bid on it over on eBay now. The current bid is already nearly $700 (USD), and there’s still a week left to go on the auction though.

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It is sooooo lovely. I wish I had one.

[via Kotaku]

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