If anyone knows about accessories, it's Link, the Hylian hero from the Legend of Zelda series. The Legend of Zelda series celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, so why not celebrate with some Nintendo Switch accessories? With The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Breath of the Wild 2 on the way, now's the best time to rep our favorite silent protagonist. Here are the best Zelda Switch accessories. Hyah!
The best way to play on your Nintendo Switch is with a traditional controller, so if you're looking to upgrade, this Horipad might be for you. Featuring the Triforce at its center, the wireless controller has 15 hours of playtime and a wireless range of 32 ft. It can't read amiibo and doesn't feature rumble, however.
Protect your truth
In the market for a simple protective case for your Switch? RDS Industries makes an excellent and simple case, complete with a durable hard-shell case and a soft interior that protects your Switch's screen and controllers. It also includes 2 multi-game cases that hold 4 games each and two microSD card cases—perfect gear for the new Switch owner.
Who shot first?
Amiibo are Nintendo's part-collectible, part-random item generator. There are many different Zelda amiibo to choose from, so you can't go wrong with any of them. Amiibo are a hot commodity, often selling out as quickly as they hit the shelves. However, they work the same, no matter where they come from, making them safe to import or buy used!
Prefer the old school 8-bit look of Zelda? Wear your love on your Switch with this Controller Gear set for your Switch. This set transforms your Switch into the NES Classic, down to the gold cartridge.
Hold it steady
The Switch is a very capable handheld, but there are times when the best way to way is at a table. Unfortunately, it doesn't take very long to realize the Nintendo Switch kickstand is about as sturdy as a paper towel. Luckily, Hori has the answer in the form of their Compact PlayStand, adorned with Zelda iconography.
What's a videogame accessory without an RGB light? Transform your Nintendo Switch Dock into a vibrant, electronic base. Choose from 2 designs and 17 different colors and effects.
A hero's Joy-Con
Announced alongside The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, these Joy-Cons are a Zelda fan's dream. They're hard to find at the moment, but we're sure there's going to be restocked as we move closer to the game's release.
You're own Shiekah Slate!
The Sheikah Slate is a key item in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and its many functions lead to endless creativity. Transform your Switch Lite into your very own Shiekah Slate with this gorgeous protective case for the Nintendo Switch Lite.
Make your Switch legendary
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The Legend of Zelda is responsible for some of the best games available on the Nintendo Switch, so it's only natural that you'd want to show off some of your Zelda swag, especially as we celebrate Zelda's 35th anniversary (sorry, Mario, you're done).
We really like the Horipad controller. It's an excellent alternative to the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller if you're willing to make a few sacrifices. We also love the controller skins that transform the Nintendo Switch into a scene from the original Legend of Zelda.
If you can get on your hands on them, we also recommend the beautiful Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Joy-Cons. They are sleek and an eye-catching blue that will make your collection stand out. What better way to play the Skyward Sword HD Remake than with these babies?
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Zackery Cuevas is a writer for Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore. He likes playing video games, talking about video games, writing about video games, and most importantly, complaining about video games. If you're cool, you can follow me on Twitter @Zackzackzackery.