PDP Unveils Nintendo Licensed amiibo Stands, 3DS Cases, Game Storage & More

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In addition to the newly announced third wave of Wired Fight Pads for Wii / Wii U, Performance Designed Products (PDP) has revealed a new line of miscellaneous (and totally awesome) Nintendo licensed accessories.

The products, which include everything from amiibo figure display stands, to Nintendo 3DS cases and drawstring pouches, to 3DS game storage, to cleaning clothes and styluses, are scheduled to begin rolling out at retail this summer, all themed after iconic Nintendo characters and franchises.

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The complete list of announced accessories is as follows:

– The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Display Set for Nintendo 3DS
– 2 amiibo Figure Display Stands
– Warp Pipe amiibo Display Stand
– Super Mario amiibo Display Stand
– Donkey Kong Game Card Storage Barrel
– 2 Keychain Game Card Storage Plushies
– Super Mario Character Cleaning Cloths
– Super Mario Character Stylus and Stand
– The Legend of Zelda™: Majora’s Mask 3D™ Themed Drawstring Pouch
– Super Mario Themed Drawstring Pouch
– Universal Character Starter Kit
– Universal Nintendo 3DS Starter Kit
– 3 Nintendo 3DS Game Card Cases
– 4 Legend of Zelda Themed Universal 3DS System Cases

Individual prices and release dates haven’t been announced yet, but everything will fall within a wallet-friendly price range of $4.99 to $19.99. Images for only two of the accessories (the Warp Pipe amiibo stand, and the Super Mushroom stylus with question mark brick stand) have been revealed at this time, and you can see them on this page.

Stay tuned for additional info as soon as we’re able to show more or hopefully get the chance to check some of these out for review or round-up feature.

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