Performance Designed Products showcased many new controllers, headsets and Rockband accessories at their E3 booth this year, and while most of the products were kept behind closed doors, we managed to get a good look at their Amiibo accessories. Here’s a look at a few of the Amiibo and other Nintendo accessories on display.
First up is a neat little display inspired by the castle levels of the original Super Mario Bros. for the NES. As the Amiibo sits atop its pedestal, the fire bar rotates counterclockwise. It’s a cool concept if you’re into actually taking your Amiibo out of the packaging to display, and can always turn off the fire bar rotation until you want to show off your collection.
Next up is a small pedestal display that will have every Zelda fan reaching for their wallet. Not only is it a neat way to display your Zelda Amiibo, but the master sword itself can be used as a stylus for your 3DS. The icing on the cake is that whenever you remove the master sword or place it back into the pedestal you’ll hear the same sound effects and music that you would normally hear in the game.
The Pop n Store Question Block is a nice compact way to carry around several 3DS games when on the go or traveling, and basically functions exactly how the name suggests. Once you have all of your cartridges in place just fold up the four sides and press down on the top. When you’re ready to take a game out just push on the top again and the question block will “pop” open.
The last Amiibo display is a Donkey Kong inspired display that is an effective way to show off several Amiibo at a time. These displays are also modular and can be stacked vertically as well as horizontally, so you can buy the displays as needed when your Amiibo collection begins expanding.
There was no official word on release dates for these products, but if you’re an Amiibo collector keep your eyes peeled for them at your local game retailer. Let us know what you think by hitting us up on our Facebook or Twitter page, or in the comment section below