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With Nintendo’s $80 Super NES Classic Edition in such short supply, there are going to be a lot of disappointed people this holiday season. You could turn to eBay, where the adorable, miniature Super Nintendo Entertainment System is selling for over $200 apiece.
But you shouldn’t do that. Who wants to pay nearly triple the price for a holiday gift? No one!
And that’s exactly why you should turn to an excellent alternative this holiday: Pixel Pals.
These little light-up displays are inexpensive, impressive-looking, and tremendously easy to use. Best of all, they’re the perfect salve for “I couldn’t get a Super NES Classic anywhere. I’m sorry!”
Don’t think they look cool in the box? Take a closer look:
I got one of these guys in the mail from PDP, the company that makes them. Here’s a lit up 8-bit Super Mario, from “Super Mario Bros. 3” for the original NES:
Even though I was sent this one, I’d happily buy more. At just $14.99, it’s a steal. These are officially licensed, to boot.
It operates with a simple on/off switch on the back. There’s even a sweet “Super Mario Bros. 3” sticker!
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It requires two AAA batteries, which you just slap in the back. Easy!
Since the 8-bit representation of Mario from “Super Mario Bros. 3” has an uneven base, there’s a clear square. Mario is sturdy and easily placed.
As a friend of mine arrived for Thanksgiving, he stopped mid-sentence to marvel at how cool the lit-up Mario looked. It’s a no-brainer holiday gift.
This Mega Man is also quite fetching.
He also costs $14.99.
And finally, Vault Boy from “Fallout 4” is here.
Here’s a look at the same concept in the world of “Fallout 4”:
Bethesda Game Studios
The light-up model at home doesn’t have any flames shooting from it, but it does look awfully rad.
All three of these guys are available at GameStop exclusively, and they cost $14.99 apiece. And unlike the Super NES Classic Edition, you can actually buy this.
There are a whole range of Pixel Pals featuring game characters, including a handful of newly released ones featuring PlayStation biggies like Kratos (from “God of War”) and Ratchet (from “Ratchet & Clank”). Check out the full line of Pixel Pals right here.
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