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The Nintendo Switch accessory onslaught begins

Power A is the first company to jump and release a look at what’ll be on shelves for the Nintendo Switch launch.

Power A hits the Switch

Carrying pouches, controller add-ons… yep, it’s a new console launch alright. And we can probably expect double the offerings, since the Switch is two consoles in one really. Starting us off? Power A and a nice little selection of what’s to come.

One of the first things that you’re likely to want to pick up, is some kind of controller accessory to make those Joy-Con a little less… uncomfortable. Power A has you covered there with the Comfort Grip.

The Joy-Con Comfort Grip has double-injected rubber grips that provide a more comfortable, traditional controller-like experience for the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers. The easy slide-in design secures each Joy-Con controller while providing visible player indicator lights. The Joy-Con Comfort Grip will be available for $14.99 MSRP.

And while we’re on the subject, there’s a pretty nice charging station on the way for the Joy-Con as well. Personally, I didn’t even think of that, but there’s seemingly nowhere on the dock for the Joy-Con to charge, so unless you like having cables dangling all over the place, you might need one of these. The Joy-Con Charging Dock will be priced in at $29.99 USD.

Then there’s the stuff that you probably really don’t need, but you’re going to want anyway.

Power A will have a Hybrid Cover for the Switch itself available for $24.99 USD. It’ll have magnetic closures and be able to flip out into a stand for the little console’s table mode.

And lastly, the company will have the Everywhere Messenger Bag for $29.99 USD. That’s not a bad price at all for something like this, as the bag will have compartments for all your Switch stuff, and a detachable pouch for the Switch’s handheld mode. Nifty.

Expect to see all of the above in stores this March. So, what’re you getting?

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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