New Pokémon Snap recreates the past of Pokemon Snap using Instax Mini Link. Yes, in case you missed it, the Fujifilm smartphone printer is now compatible with the Switch – it allows you to print photos from all your games.
If you’re still not sure if this device is worth splitting up for, you may want to check out John’s video above. In it, he presented a comparison of the original Game Boy printer and Instax Mini Link. This includes a much deeper look at Instax Mini Link, which can also print ordinary photos.
Here are a bunch of photos, including one from The Legend of Zelda: The Awakening of Link DX and the newer version of Switch:
So, here’s a 23-year evolution of the video game printer. If you are interested – there is also a special set on the theme of Pokémon, which comes with the printer and a rubber case in the shape of Pikachu. This will return you around £ 109.99 or your regional equivalent. You can learn more about this device in our previous post.
Would you be interested in printing photos of your Nintendo Switch games on Instax Mini Link, or would you stick to the Game Boy printer? Comment below.
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