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Ironside VShojo PC Case Designs Include Ironmouse and Nyatasha Nyanners

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Ironside VShojo PC Case Designs Include Ironmouse and Nyatasha Nyanners

Ironside announced an array of VShojo PC case designs based on Vtubers, with Ironmouse and Nyatasha Nyanners ones in the first batch. The company will start pre-orders on January 3, 2023. People can get the case alone for their own build for $219. People can also have Ironside build a gaming PC for them with a case of their choosing, which will start at $1,100. The finished cases and PCs will start to ship in March 2023.

The initial video teaser showed some of the VShojo Vtubers who will appear in the initial Ironside PC case collection alongside Ironmouse. Nyatasha Nyanners, Apricot (Froot) the Lich, Silvervale, Amemiya Nazuna, Zentreya, Kson, Haruka Karibu, Projekt Melody, and Hime Hajime will all also appear. Art of the Vtuber will appear inside the case, with the case itself’s color matching the person’s design.

Here’s the teaser video showing the different designs off in pairs. Ironmouse and Nyatasha’s appear first. Then, Froot and Silvervale’s show up. Those are followed by Amemiya’s and Zentreya’s. After that, there’s a peek at the ones inspired by Kson and Haruka. Finally, the Projekt Melody and Hime ones show up at the end. The announcement also confirmed that this crossover will be a limited time promotion.

There is one PC case style that hasn’t been revealed yet, however. Ironside is also working on one based on Veibae. There’s no teaser image for it yet or release window beyond early 2023.

The Ironside VShojo limited edition PC cases based on Vtubers like Ironmouse will ship in March 2023. The Veibae one won’t appear until sometime in 2023.

Jenni Lada
Jenni is Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera and has been playing games since getting access to her parents' Intellivision as a toddler. She continues to play on every possible platform and loves all of the systems she owns. (These include a PS4, Switch, Xbox One, WonderSwan Color and even a Vectrex!) You may have also seen her work at GamerTell, Cheat Code Central, Michibiku and PlayStation LifeStyle.