Pokemon Air Pikachu Rideable Toy
So we know that Pikachu refers to a species of Pokémon that are basically yellow rodent-like creatures with powerful electrical abilities. It made its first appearance in Pokémon Red and Green in Japan. Today, Pokémon Air was unveiled, and it’s a Pikachu toy unlike any other. Think of it as a rubber creature that you can ride around or lounge on, and it supports up to 220-pounds without any issues. There are no wheels, so you’ll have to put your hopping skills to the test if you choose the former.

LEGO Super Mario Series Nintendo
The LEGO Super Mario experience is getting eight new expansion sets, collectible character packs and power-up packs. To kick things off, you’ll need the Starter Course, which unlocks the entire play, complete with an interactive Mario figure that can be used to collect coins in levels created with LEGO pieces. Each set comes with their own series of unique challenges and characters. Play alone, or play against friends.

Nintendo Power Glove Music
The Power Glove, originally released in 1989, was designed by Grant Goddard and Samuel Cooper Davis for Abrams/Gentile Entertainment (AGE). That’s right, despite its initial popularity, Nintendo played no part in its development, and Mattel manufactured this NES accessory in the United States. Unlike a traditional controller, this featured the main buttons, a program button and 0-9 keys, all on the forearm. You press t he program button and a numbered button to input commands. However, one fan managed to turn this into a music making machine.

LEGO Super Mario Series Nintendo
Today, the LEGO Group announced the pre-order availability their newest interactive sets: Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course ($59.99). These are the result of a collaboration with Nintendo, and all of them feature an interactive LEGO Mario figure capable of collecting coins in real-life game levels created with LEGO bricks, thus merging the physical and virtual worlds into one.