YouTuber Michael Pick has created the world’s largest playable Nintendo Switch — standing at 30 inches tall, stretching out at 70 inches wide and weighing in at 65 pounds.
The device is reportedly 650 percent bigger than Nintendo‘s original system and utilizes a 4K LED TV for its screen but, unlike the real Switch, is not a touch screen. The 3D-printed buttons, side triggers and joysticks on both Joy-cons are effective though, allowing for an almost fully-functional gaming console.
Pick shared a video about his Switch and gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the device and gameplays of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Fortnite with no problems. He doesn’t keep the Switch, however, and donates the massive console to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital at the end of the video.
Watch Michael Pick’s video above.
Elsewhere in gaming, the Seinfeld-themed horror/comedy game Sinfeld is getting a PS5 release.