Nintendo has hidden a special message for gamers in the new Switch Pro Controller - a $70 (£59.99) accessory for the Japanese gaming giant's recently-released portable hybrid console.
There's a very easy-to-explain reason behind this feature - Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Mario, Link and Donkey Kong, is a wizard.
Like the Wii Remotes before them, Joy-Con controllers connect to the Switch via Bluetooth, so linking them with other Bluetooth-enabled devices is rather trivial.
This functionality, while unexpected, is certainly a welcome novelty and could have some real potential for the home-brew crowd. And while the Switch launched last week with just 10 game titles, reviewers and tech blogs say just one game, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, would be enough for the game console to be a success. The entire system can mount into a dock and be played on a TV or screw (through an HDMI cable), or you can play on the go with the screen and controllers wherever. Home video game consoles don't have displays because they're not meant to be moved daily.
The Switch has landed: Nintendo's new console isn't without its problems, but fans and shareholders alike can breathe a sigh of relief at what seems to be a successful launch that led to sellouts all over the world. Some have also noticed temporary issues with the system's Joy-Con controller not responding. Nintendo has not yet indicated whether the problem is a hardware issue or something that can be addressed via a software update.
The Nintendo Switch's Bluetooth controllers work with a range of different platforms, it turns out - making for some of the most flexible console controllers now available. The home video game console has been out of stocked in nearly every store, thus the game enthusiasts are looking for available units.
The Nintendo Switch only has 32GB of internal storage, and around 6GB is used for the OS.
Nintendo told Kotaku, "At this time, it is not possible to transfer save data from one Nintendo Switch system to another", hinting that some method of external storage may be in the offing.