Engineer Builds Very Large Nintendo Switch, Donates It To Children's Hospital

  • A self-described "casual engineer" has created a working Nintendo Switch that is 650% larger than normal. According to a Reddit post, Michael Pick created the very big Switch in order to donate it to St. Jude's Children's Hospital in Tennessee.

    As spotted by VGC, Pick documented the build process on his YouTube channel, and he also showed off how the comically oversized Joy-Cons actually work. He played a few rounds of Mario Kart before switching to Fortnite and claiming a Victory Royale.

    The giant Switch consists of a television and a docked normal Switch that hides inside of the device's housing. The oversized Joy-Cons are attached to levers that manipulate the real Joy-Cons when the large button is pressed. Pick also placed chargers in the mounts to ensure that they don't run out of juice.Continue Reading at GameSpot