This 'Pokemon' Pokedex Case Stores Nintendo Switch Games


Whether you're a Pokemon fan or not, this little case with its fun Pokedex design seems like a great way to carry around physical Nintendo Switch game cards. Granted there are tons of affordable options when it comes to Nintendo Switch cases (including many Pokemon-themed versions), but when you want to travel light, this Pokedex version is small enough to fit in your pocket.

The Pokedex case is made from aluminum, and features rubber slots for up to six games. Plus, the price is pretty reasonable at $14.99 (there's even a 5% off coupon that you can clip at the time of writing). Grab one right here on Amazon while it lasts.


On a related note, if you're playing Pokemon: Let's Go , Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! with the Poke Ball Plus accessory, you might want to consider picking up this officially licensed Nintendo Switch Poke Ball Plus Drop & Charge Stand from HORI. It's the perfect way to display your Poke Ball Plus and keep it charged up. The dock looks awesome, and it's like having you're own little Pokemon Center in the house. You can order it here for $19.99. The stand has been a huge seller (which is why it's on backorder), so get in line for one while you can.


Another new HORI accessory that Pokemon: Let's Go players might want to consider is the officially licensed Pikachu Edition D-Pad controller. At the time of writing, it is available here for $24.99. The official description reads:

"Give your Nintendo Switch a classic feel with the new d-pad Controller (L) by HORI. Made for the gamer on the go, the d-pad Controller (L) is great for d-pad intensive titles where lightning accuracy counts such as classic arcade archive titles and your favorite Nintendo Switch platformers, puzzle, and fighting games. For portable mode only."

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[h/t Nintendo Life]