These Classic Custom NES Joy-Con Controllers are Gorgeous But Definitely Pricey!
The company ColorWare is known for creating all kinds of custom painted gaming accessories and stickers that are seriously out of this world. The latest item added to their site are these gorgeous custom painted NES Joy-Con controllers especially for those still preoccupied with 1985, check these beauties out!
Although they are sexy and badass, these NES Joy-Con controllers will set you back a whopping $199 plus shipping, yikes. What ColorWare does is get a hold of the normal Joy-Cons and then disassemble, paint, and reassemble them. That means that players can expect the same functionality and performance as they would from the standard Switch controllers. The set also includes matching wrist straps and is shipped to you in the original packaging. According to the website,
“In 1985 Nintendo revolutionized the home entertainment industry by releasing the Nintendo Entertainment System. The NES took a niche hobby and brought it into everyone’s living room. ColorWare is bringing back these memories with the release of our limited Joy Con Classic controllers. Available for a limited time only with the first 25 having a number of authenticity. Don’t miss your chance to own these unique custom made Joy Cons.”
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