The Wii, eh? What a machine. Not only did it introduce the world to the wonders of motion control, it also played host to some truly stunning games, such as Super Mario Galaxy, Metroid Prime 3, Mario Kart Wii, Zelda: Twilight Princess and many more besides.
However, it was also the console that was accompanied by a flood of mostly-terrible bolt-on plastic accessories, such as tennis racquets, guns and other associated tat.
Guess what? That good stuff is making a comeback of sorts thanks to the Switch. Cabela's The Hunt and Bass Pro Shops: The Strike both launched recently on the console and support their own delightfully silly plastic peripherals that are almost certain to end up relegated to the back of your cupboard in double-quick time.
As ever, we tasked our resident video guru Alex to muck about with these questionable uses of plastic to find out what the fuss is all about; his verdict? Well, you'll have to watch the video up there, but suffice to say, at a time when people are more aware than ever of the terrible effect that plastic pollution has on our fair planet, these seem a bit much.