Someone just took the Nintendo Switch custom skin game to a whole new level. The folks over at POP SKIN have just released a new Super Famicom Nintendo Switch skin set for the console, dock, and Joy-Con controllers, and it looks absolutely stunning. Check out the glammer shots in the gallery below to see the controllers and console all decked out.
Beauty comes at a cost, though. POP SKIN released a YouTube video showing the entire skin application process, and you'll notice that the majority of the video is spent showing how to carefully, slowly, delicately, apply this skin to your system.
This isn't a slap 'er on and be done with it in a few minutes kind of project. This is something that has to be done with care. The video is a little intimidating at first, but don't let that scare you off. Once you see the pictures below you'll agree that it's worth it. Check it out:
If you can pull it off, though, the results are totally worth it. We can't get over how clean and professional the final product appears, and we would love for this one-of-a-kind (or few-of-a-kind rather) Switch to sit on our shelves.
There's just something about the Super Famicom color scheme that is so appealing. Decades have passed since the release of the Super Famicom, but it remains one of the prettiest consoles we've ever seen; much better than the boring gray and purple color scheme that North American gamers ended up with. That's coming from someone who still owns and loves his SNES, by the way.
This isn't the first custom Nintendo Switch we've seen, either. You may remember that a while back we reported on someone who turned their old Nintendo 64 into a custom Nintendo Switch dock, and the results left us all inspired. If you missed that story, you can find it again right here.
So how about it? Think you have the time and patience to pull off a custom Nintendo Switch skin job like this one? If you answer "hell yeah" right away, you didn't watch the video. If you do decide to take on this project, you may want to order a few of those skins as backup -- we're guessing you'll probably mess up the application at some point. If you pull it off, please get back to us and show us your finished product! And don't forget to peep the rest of the images in the gallery below.