PDP is probably most well known these days for its official Nintendo accessories. From travel cases and backpacks, to Joy-Con guards, screen protectors and complete starter kits, PDP has you covered. The company has also stepped into the Classic Edition console business offering up several interesting add-ons for Nintendo’s re-released consoles.
And today we are taking a look at the new PDP SNES Deluxe Carrying Case for the Super Nintendo Classic Edition Console. Easily one of the most sought-after items that will hit store shelves over the next few months (while it lasts anyway), this is one SNES Classic Edition case you might want to take a closer look at.
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PDP has opted for a less traditional aesthetic here in favor of a completely SNES-themed carrier. Adorned in (North American) Super Nintendo colors with the classic logo, there is also an interesting artwork display situation going on here.
Included with the case is 6 pieces (3 double-sided) of classic SNES imagery featuring box art from SNES classics like Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, StarFox2 and F-Zero. As you can see in the images you can choose which artwork to display on the top-side of the case.
As for the interior, you’ll find a soft foam insert to keep your precious SNES Classic Edition, controllers and more protected. There is ample space for everything that comes with the console including the cables and more.
It’s a 16-bit blast from the past with our SNES classic Deluxe carrying case! take your favorite classic Super Nintendo titles with you everywhere and keep your Console protected along the way. Customize the front with your choice of beloved SNES titles including Super Mario world, the Legend of Zelda – a Link to the past, and Super Metroid. This innovative hard case with a soft foam insert safely stores your Console, Controllers, and cables and protects from damage.
Here is everything you need to know on the upcoming SNES Classic Edition as well more details on how you might be able to get your hands on one of the coveted NES versions. Nintendo already announced it would be putting the original Classic Edition console back in production.