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I built and played Nintendo's next big thing, Nintendo Labo — and it was a surprisingly brilliant learning tool

Nintendo's next big thing isn't a video game or a video game console. It's foldable cardboard. Nintendo "Labo" — pronounced "lab-oh," like "laboratory" — is an entirely new concept from the quirky Japanese gaming powerhouse. Starting at $70, you get a kit full of buildable cardboard toys to complement the wildly popular Nintendo Switch console. There are games, of course, which are included in the package.
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