The Nintendo Controller Lamp Shows the Evolution of Gaming

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 5, 2013 • References: etsy & technabob
You can't help but feel nostalgic (as a gamer) when looking at the Nintendo controller lamp. This lamp is exactly what it sounds like, a light constructed partially out of controllers from Nintendo systems past. Etsy merchant Woody6Switch is the creator of this awesome piece of gamer furniture.

The base of the Nintendo controller lamp is an N64 controller. Atop that sits an SNES controller, followed by a NES controller, with a GameCube and Wiimote rounding out the order. Gamers with a stickler for chronology will note that the controllers are arranged out of sequence. This was more than likely done to ensure structural stability. All of the buttons on the controllers still work and each controller can be rotated a full 360 degrees. Woody6Switch is selling the lamp for a mere $99. Stats for Controlling Gamer Lamps Trending: Older & Mild
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