The 128-year-old Japanese company’s specialty is neither hardware nor software, but the art of making unique experiences. When Nintendo’s Switch debuted in March 2017, it was like nothing that gamers had seen before: a console that you can hook up to a TV in your living room but also pluck from its dock and use as a handheld anywhere. Show More Summary
My excitement for Nintendo Labo is getting to the point where I can't stop thinking about it. I want to go hands-on with this stuff so bad. I also can't wait to build the Robot kit and wear that suit all day long while I work!
If the internet rumor mill is to be believed Switch owners may be in for another great year of first-party titles from Nintendo. Along with the new Labo interactive kits arriving later this year, there's now speculation that there will be a Super Smash Bros. Show More Summary
Have some questions about Labo? We have answers. In January of 2018 Nintendo did something that they are so often wont to do. They introduced us to a new word; Labo. Moments later millions of voices suddenly cried out, "What is a Labo?" Instead...Show More Summary
Interested in Nintendo’s Labo cardboard kits for the Switch? Let the big N tell you more. This video explains what you’ll get with each kit, how you’ll put the toys together and how you can create your own interactive cardboard toys...
There's been a lot of buzz and curiosity surrounding Nintendo Labo, the latest effort from Big N to fill gamers' homes with a bunch of low-cost gaming peripherals. In a lot of ways, Labo is like an extension of the sort of thing we saw...Show More Summary
Nintendo Labo is still a couple months out from launch but, before April 20 rolls around, Nintendo wants to make sure people have a better grasp of what, exactly, the various kits will have to offer. To pull that off, they've launched a trio of new videos that break down the...
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On the fence about Nintendo Labo? A series of new, in-depth videos released by Nintendo has revealed some of the deeper features available within each cardboard construction set. For example, the Toy-Con 01 set's RC Car, which lets you see through the Joy-Con's IR camera - the first time we've ever seen the controller component used in this way. Show More Summary
Nintendo recently announced Nintendo Labo for Nintendo Switch, a line of interactive build-and-play experiences designed to inspire imagination and discovery in creative minds and playful hearts alike. Today, Nintendo revealed some additional...Show More Summary
What in the world is going on here?! Nintendo is sneaking in some really innovative uses for the Joy-Con IR camera with Nintendo Labo! First we had the night/heat vision for the RC Car Toy-Con, and now we have the ability to turn real-life...Show More Summary
Ahead of April launch, Nintendo dishes enough details to get our gaming hopes up.
NCL has announced that they will be selling Nintendo Labo packages with a download code. This will be exclusively done through the My Nintendo Store in Japan. The game won't be downloadable in the Nintendo eShop, so this is your only way now to snag a rare digital version. The Variety Kit costs 7538 yen, while the Robot Kit sets you back 8618 yen.
The Japanese Nintendo Labo website has revealed five new sets of masking tape, which will be available at launch. Each set will cost 500 yen plus tax.
The American Nintendo Labo website has been added with the same Japanese videos we posted earlier. While the versions are way lower quality, you have at least an idea of what is going on! Check it out here
While not everyone is keen on the idea of Nintendo Labo, that isn't stopping Nintendo from going all in on the concept. My biggest concern was the price of the whole thing, which does seem a bit steep for cardboard accessories (putting aside that it comes with a game). Show More Summary