Deck out your Switch with (not) an Animal Crossing skin that’s (not) copyright infringement

Deck out your Switch with (not) an Animal Crossing skin that's (not) copyright infringement
Deck out your Switch with (not) an Animal Crossing skin that’s (not) copyright infringement

A Nintendo Switch is tough to come by as of late; the limited Animal Crossing version, even tougher. Gamers who didn’t snag the island-themed console can both fight over marked-up consoles from resellers or turn to customization choices — like Dbrand’s (not) Animal Crossing skins for the system’s Joy-Cons and dock.

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For $39.95, patrons can snag skins to redecorate their Switch, plus a microfiber fabric. The shop can be promoting scratch-proof tempered glass and a pro controller skin pack for a further $9.95 and $12.95, respectively. “Take a detailed take a look at the design on the face of this Switch dock,” the positioning reads. “Is it copyright infringement? Attorneys we paid to say ‘no’ mentioned ‘no.’ Attorneys not on our payroll disagree. That’s the actual grey space we’re relying on to get a great deal of free lawsuit-related press.” (Aw dang, they bought me.)

Why does Timmy (or is that Tommy?) have a melting mouth? Why does Tom Nook look much more sinister than usual? Since you get what you pay for, I assume.

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Like the actual Animal Crossing Switch, Dbrand’s provide is a limited drop, however don’t fret. There are all the time other ways to customise your Switch.