Consoles: set break-down


It's far from 'Game Over' with our Consoles dice set!
Read on for an in-depth walk-through of each design in the collection...





  • [D00]

  • The XBox:

  • The 2nd console in the Xbox series and therefore, successor to the original Xbox, the Xbox 360 was released in 2005, as a part of the 7th generation of video game consoles! This revolutionary console is the 6th-highest-selling video game console in history and the most influential, given its digital media distribution and multiplayer gaming! Were you lucky enough to get your hands on this trailblazing console? Don’t miss out on our fabulous, fun-sized version!

  • [D4]

  • The Master System:

  • The earliest of the whole set, having been released in Japan in 1985, the Master System is a third-generation, mini, 8-bit game console, manufactured by Sega. Accessories for this console include the novel, entertaining light gun (used to imitate a pistol) and 3D glasses, which worked with a specially selected range of games! Did you own this spectacle? Now’s your chance to own it again or for the very first time - just a teeny bit smaller!

  • [D6]

  • The SNES:

  • Otherwise known as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, this tiny, 16-bit game console was first released in Japan and South Korea in 1990, as Nintendo’s 2nd programmable home console! It became the best-selling console in the 16-bit era and is still gloriously popular with collectors and retro gamers! Let us feed your desire for nostalgia, with our charming miniature!

  • [D8]

  • The Mega Drive:

  • First released in Japan in 1988, the Genesis was the 3rd console issued by Sega, with an incredible library of over 900 playable games! It was this and the marvelous number and variety of arcade games available, that made the Genesis a ‘cool console’ for adolescents! Were you one of those cool teens? Grab your miniature version of the Genesis, today!

  • [D10]

  • The PS1:

  • This beauty was created after a failed collaboration with Nintendo, which meant the start of Sony’s rise to glory and fame in the video game industry, so failure really is a part of success because without that slight disappointment, where would all you PlayStation devotees be?! It doesn’t bear thinking about, so collect our delightful D10 PS1 for pure sentimentality!

  • [D12]

  • The GameCube:

  • Here we have the N64s predecessor, the Nintendo GameCube - a rather unusual, strikingly coloured, game console, that is quite literally, a cube! There was a mixed reception of the GameCube - many loved it for its analog controller and high-quality games, however its surprising exterior design just didn’t sit right with some people! Were you a lover or a hater? Relive the release of this curiosity, with our D12 GameCube!

  • [D20]

  • The N64:

  • The successor to the SNES, this console was the last major home console to use cartridges as its storage format and do you know where it gets its unique name from? Well its 64-bit processing unit of course! Being critically acclaimed, it’s no wonder Time named it ‘Machine of the Year’ in 1996 and in 2015 it was named the 9th-greatest video game console of all time by IGN! Grab your very own groundbreaking N64 now!

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