Published On: Wed, Apr 22nd, 2020

Can’t Get An Animal Crossing Switch? Try These (Not) Animal Crossing Dock and Joy-Con Skins

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Accessory builder dbrand has expelled a collection of hardware skins called ‘(Not) Animal Crossing’, an choice to Nintendo’s really possess central Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch console that looks, well… Different.

As you’ll be wakeful if you’ve been perplexing to get your hands on one, a genuine Animal Crossing Switch gold is quite tough to come opposite right now. Aiming to money in on a situation, dbrand has combined a lookalike chronicle should we be feeling desperate.

“Failure runs in your blood,” a product outline says. “That’s because we live out fantasies of success in a video diversion designed for children. It’s also a reason we unsuccessful to acquire a limited-edition Animal Crossing Switch. Well – that’s one of a reasons. The other is that we bought them all. Now, a handful we missed are being noted adult by hundreds of dollars”. A flattering confidant selling angle, huh?

For $39.95, we can get all of a following things (and there are even some additional add-ons accessible for your Pro Controllers):

  • Seafoam Green Left Joy-Con Skin (Precision Fit)
  • Seafoam Green Left Joy-Con Skin (Standard Fit)
  • Sky Blue Right Joy-Con Skin (Precision Fit)
  • Sky Blue Right Joy-Con Skin (Standard Fit)
  • (not) Animal Crossing Dock Face Skin
  • (not) Animal Crossing Dock Accent Skin
  • Microfiber Cloth

The product page even goes as distant as to discuss any probable lawsuit. Get a bucket of this:

“Take a tighten demeanour during a pattern on a face of this Switch dock. Is it copyright infringement? Lawyers we paid to contend “no” pronounced “no.” Lawyers not on a payroll disagree. That’s a accurate gray area we’re counting on to get loads of giveaway lawsuit-related press. Oh – and even if that authorised conflict with Nintendo never comes to pass, you’ll still have a near-perfect satire of a many renouned singular book Switch on a market. (not) Animal Crossing: It’s like Animal Crossing, though (not).”

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