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Nintendo Pokeball Poke Ball Plus Compatible with Pokemon Let's Go on the Switch and Pokemon Go on mobile phones.Pokemon Let's Go game NOT included, even though the box prints so.Catch Pokémon - Poké Ball Plus has motion control capability, so when a wild Pokémon appears, ready a Poké Ball and try to catch the Pokémon by moving your Poké Ball Plus like you’re throwing it.Lights, sounds, action! - When you catch a Pokémon, your Poké Ball Plus will light up and vibrate in your hand, and you’ll hear the Pokémon let out its unique cry—you’ll think there’s really a Pokémon insideTake your Pokémon wherever you go - Take your Pokémon for a stroll in your Poké Ball Plus out in the real world. When you’re out and about, you can gently shake your Poké Ball Plus and the Pokémon inside will make a sound* and the Poké Ball Plus will vibrate.Use with Pokémon GO - Just like with Pokémon GO Plus, you can use your Poké Ball Plus when playing Pokémon GO on a compatible smartphone to help you search for Pokémon.Search for Pokémon without looking at your smartphone - Play Pokémon GO without checking your smartphone screen. When a Pokémon appears nearby, Poké Ball Plus will light up and vibrate. A simple button press lets you throw a virtual Poké Ball, and different LED light patterns will let you know if you’ve caught the Pokémon. As long as your Poké Ball Plus is connected to your smartphone and the Pokémon GO app, it will also count your steps so you can hatch Eggs and get Candy for your Buddy Pokémon. Jap Version - 1 Week Warranty with Qisahn.comWe offer collection and delivery. For more info, kindly check our shopee profile. S$ 69.90
Nintendo Switch Scribblenauts Showdown In the game’s Showdown mode, up to four players face off and imagine their way to victory through card-based strategy and creative skill. “Wordy” mini-games require unleashing the best object or character from the vastScribblenauts™ dictionary of over thirty thousand words to outsmart an opponent. Action-oriented “Speedy” mini-games reward the player who completes a given challenge first. A board game style map displays players’ progress. With multiple ways to make up ground, every player has a chance to win, which keeps the excitement going until the end!In Versus mode, two players can go head-to-head in more than 25 mini-games that vary in every session. The mini-games can also be enjoyed by a single player. Versus mode allows continuous play of games by shuffling players into game after game for non-stop fun.Sandbox mode, theScribblenauts™ series’ cherished creative playground, allows one or two players to solve objectives in eight new levels by summoning any object they can imagine and earn hidden Starites and achievements. Players can also let their imaginations run wild by unleashing whatever objects they can think of and watching them interact in unexpected ways.Adding to the family fun, players can either choose, or design, their own original Scribblenaut™ to represent them throughout the game, all drawn in the classicScribblenauts™ art style. The Scribblenaut™ can be further customised with unique clothing and quirky accessories by earning Starites and completing achievements.Please Note: Box art is not final. S$ 38.00

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About Nintendo

Nintendo is one of the gaming industry's pioneers and has been a household name for all things gaming for many years. Nintendo was founded in 1889 and their first business was the production of homemade playing cards. As the company grew, Nintendo invested in many other different businesses such as love hotels. The slow down in these businesses lead Nintendo to rethink their strategy and return to the entertainment sector by producing toys, and then entering the video gaming industry, becoming one of its pioneers and leading companies.

Nintendo's Current Home Consoles

Nintendo has a large variety of gaming products produced since its first entry into the gaming industry. Their first generation console ever made was the Color TV-Game that was released in 1977. Nintendo's consoles have a long standing reputation of being very iconic; in a way that every iteration of its consoles have all become a very large source of nostalgia for a lot of people.

  • Wii: The Nintendo Wii is a gaming console which puts a strong focus into motion sensing controllers and games. The Wii Remote Control doubles as a motion controller which enabled players to play with motion sensing games such as Wii Sports, which emulate reality sports such as badminton and tennis. Accessories such as a wrist strap has been made for the controller to secure the remote to the wrist for safety purposes as well. Traditional controller-based games are also present; with a service that enabled playing past games via emulation from older Nintendo systems. Many other different types of controllers have been made for the Wii to work with different types of games.
  • Wii U: The Wii U is the first Nintendo console to feature high-definition graphics. It also has the unique Wii U GamePad with a built-in touchscreen from which players can use as a secondary screen to complement the main game on the primary display or act as a standalone primary display for the game when the TV is unavailable for use. It is also backwards compatible with the Nintendo Wii's software and accessories. Internet connectivity has also been given more focus for the Wii U via the Nintendo Network.

Nintendo's Handheld Consoles

Nintendo's ever famous Gameboy line of handheld consoles has been seen at least once in every household. Its many successors and iterations has lead to many different types of improvements over the lifespan of the line. Eventually the GameBoy line would give way to the Nintendo DS line of handhelds, which would then become the Nintendo 3DS handheld consoles with 3D imaging capabilities.

  • Nintendo 3DS: The Nintendo 3DS portable handheld console features a clamshell design with dual screens. It is also able to produce 3D graphics through the use of a stereoscopic 3D slider on the right side of the top display. It has backwards compatibility with previous DS handheld consoles as well.
  • Nintendo 3DS XL: The first hardware revision by Nintendo. Essentially an improved and larger version of the Nintendo 3DS with larger displays and battery life; it serves to complement the original 3DS.

Nintendo – as a gaming company – has always aimed towards a more family-oriented approach towards electronic entertainment. They have provided a long history of family entertainment to everyone. If you are looking for family-oriented gaming, Nintendo is the brand for you.