He took matters into his own hands and built his own upsized Nintendo Switch.
The massive Switch is almost six feet wide, a behemoth compared to the handheld’s regular 9.4-inch size, making it almost 650 percent bigger.
“I really like the Nintendo Switch. It’s small, it’s portable — but it’s really easy to lose. And for me, that was a problem. So, I decided to fix that by making something that was just a little bit larger,” said Pick in the YouTube video.
Yeah right, Pick, ‘just a little bit larger.’
The world’s largest Nintendo Switch features a 4K TV screen with 3D-printed buttons and a regular-sized Switch embedded inside. A smaller Joy-Con controller is attached inside that reads the presses on the big 3D-printed buttons and sends it to the actual Switch hardware embedded inside.
Though the massive console doesn’t stay true to its roots due to a lack of portability, no touchscreen and non-removable Joy-Con controllers, it shouldn’t be much of an issue considering that Pick is donating the humongous console to Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.
Image Credit: Michael Pick