To give us yet more proof that fans can sometimes be even more creative than the professionals behind our favourite franchises, some Pokémon fanatics have dreamed up a beautiful hybrid of a Game Boy Advance and a Pokédex.
This is a match made in heaven, of course: for many, the Pokémon franchise will forever be tied to memories of Nintendo's handheld consoles like the Game Boy Advance, so to visualise that connection in a physical way is a surefire method to tug on our heartstrings.
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Keep scrolling to check out the pics which are making our eyes water, in a good way...
IMAGES of a beautiful Pokédex/GBA hybrid
The talented folks at Rose Colored Gaming shared this absolute beauty on Instagram (you can click here view their original post), and we're sure you'll agree that it's a Pokémon fan's dream come true...
"We built this Pokedex as a prop for a fan movie some time ago," explains the caption of a subsequent post.
The creator adds: "It lights up but is non functional as a GBA at this point. I'll post a full 360 view of it soon." We'll be sure to share that 360 view when we have it. But until then, here's another stunning image...
Although you can't currently buy one of these, Rose Colored does offer a lot of awesome retro gaming stuff in its online store - you can click here to visit said store and browse the collection!
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And here's a way to add some Pokémon flavour to your Switch
If you've got a Nintendo Switch, though, and you do want to give it some Pokémon love, you might want to think about picking up one of these beautiful controllers from Hori...
You can order the Black & Gold Pikachu version at this link, or the Pikachu and Eevee version at this link - either one will cost you £49.99 on Amazon!
We'll be sure to keep you posted as we spot more cool stuff from the wonderful world of Pokémon!
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