After getting another set of Nintendo Joy-Con, I need an easy way to charge all four Joy-Con.
If you have a Nintendo Switch, you should be getting an additional two Joy-Con because many games can be played with four players.
So when friends come over, they can play together rather than relying on them to bring their own Joy-Con.
After much procrastination since 2017, I finally decided to get the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) after Li Xiang approves the purchase.
The RRP for Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) in Singapore is S$549 and is being distributed by Maxsoft. However, during 11/11 Singles’ Day, I managed to get it for S$481.85.
Was in Tokyo, Japan last week, and since I bought a new PS4 Pro, I decided to get some official accessories for it.
The first item I bought is the official
Sony DualShock 4 Charging Station from Bic Camera Shinjuku West Store for JP¥2,220 (S$28), excluding tax. In Singapore, the official retail price of it is S$46.90.
My first 11/11 purchase for 2019, Sony PS4 Pro God of War / The Last of Us Remastered Bundle.
The official retail price is S$619 on Lazada, but on 11/11, it drops further to S$559. On top of that, Sony Store on Lazada is throwing in an S$50 voucher for a minimum spend of S$500. To make the deal even sweeter, I have an S$10 Lazada voucher, and I paid using UOB, which gives me an additional S$10 discount.
Sandbox VR has branches in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Vancouver.
Zero Latency has landed in Singapore! For the unaware, Zero Latency is a free-roam multiplayer virtual reality gaming. It provides you with a hyper-immersive, state-of-the-art VR gaming experience.
Singapore is the 14th branch in the world after major cities in Japan, USA, Spain, and Australia.
It started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of S$121,370 out of their initial goal of S$20,000 from 2,164 backers.
I did not back it on Kickstarter because, at that time, I am not really interested in card games.