When there’s no usable television in sight or your eyes just aren’t good enough to share the Nintendo Switch’s 6.2 inch screen with a friend, a portable gaming monitor is a nice thing to have around.
If you own more than one set of Joy-Con for your Nintendo Switch (and Mario Kart exists, so why wouldn’t you?), it can be a pain to keep the spares charged up. But this $26 stand from Hori can juice up two pairs at once while you play a game with the far superior Pro Controller.
The Nintendo Switch has been out for a little over a week now, which is ample time to run out of games to buy and start looking for extra accessories. Here are some of these cases, stands and accessories I’ve been using with my new hybrid gaming system.
The PS3 Slim wasn't much lighter than the previous model, but that hasn't stopped crafty Japanese manufacturer Hori from cobbling together a portable PS3 Slim with a 720p LCD screen.
You could buy the $15 Xbox Live Arcade game Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram and play it with a regular controller. Or you could cowboy the fuck up and buy Hori's $323 dual joystick controller designed specifically for Virtual On.
Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix addicts, pay attention: Hori's Real Arcade Pro EX SE arcade stick is as solid a controller as you'll find for the Xbox 360, but it'll cost you.
The Hori Classic Controller isn't just a Wavebird knockoff for the Wii. It's a strange amalgamation between the old and new, borrowing the iconic Wavebird formfactor while simultaneously swapping those ridiculous Wavebird controls for the more practical 4-button setup from the SNES/Classic Controller and a pair of…
Hori's relatively giant, 12-inch, 720p LCD docks with your XBox, bringing it half way towards being tote worthy. I especially appreciate the fact that the screen is essentially the same width and length as the console's side.