A case for every situation
The Switch is arguably Nintendo's most premium-feeling handheld console ever released, with its smart and sleek design making earlier systems feel a little clunkier (and more able to take a battering) as a result. Thanks to this, as well as the fact that it comes with a whole range of extras that you wouldn't usually need...
A pouch, a CitySlicker, a Multiplayer Pro, oh my!
When it comes to premium cases for things, WaterField Design have got the market cornered as far as portable Nintendo consoles go. A few years ago we reviewed the handmade cases for the Nintendo 3DS and now it's time to turn to those on offer for the Nintendo Switch. Just as before the cases on...
The New Nintendo 3DS and XL are here, and it's pretty amazing. Boasting a massively improved 3D screen, extra buttons and a faster processor - not to mention those cover plates on the standard model if you're lucky enough to be in the right region - the system improves on its forerunners in pretty much every way imaginable - but battery...
Carry your shiny new portable in style
Whether you're a commuter, a student, or you just happen to have to travel a lot, you're going to want to invest in something to keep your New Nintendo 3DS safe from the elements; you could do an awful lot worse than these cases from San Francisco based manufacturer WaterField. They kindly sent us some samples,...
We go hands-on with the new power option
The original 3DS model has always had one weak point over previous generations of Nintendo handhelds: battery life. This shortcoming opened the door for all sorts of battery expansions for the original 3DS, from the excellent Nyko clip-on unit to our personal favourite, the Mugen replacement battery. This...
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