Nintendo Labo are upcoming video games for the Nintendo Switch that have a DIY component. The games come with flat pack cardboard objects that work with the Switch’s sensors to become controllers. There’s a variety kit and a robot kit. Drops 4/2018.
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Nintendo has unleashed a quirky new DIY cardboard accessories kit dubbed the Labo for its Switch console, effectively transforming the machine into a mini arcade. Nintendo has never shied from outside-the-box thinking when it comes to improving the video game experience in the past, with its latest hands-on venture sure to make waves in the […]
It doesn’t take much to freak the gamer community out. Cardboard toys? Priced at $70? From Nintendo? That’s all it takes. A genuine surprise. An out of the blue announcement that takes Nintendo’s hit Switch console and flips ideas of what a game and toy can be. It takes balls and free minds to come […]
Nintendo surprised the world last night with its announcement of Nintendo Labo, a DIY cardboard accessory range for Nintendo Switch. So, of course, the world promptly took to Twitter to record its hot takes and jokes. For a more high-brow read, Martin just wrote about how Nintendo Labo is actually an ingenious nod back to Nintendo's past. Show More Summary
Nintendo’s “new interactive experience” was revealed as Labo, DIY-style cardboard toys. Labo is the next evolution of toys-to-life, except instead of transforming toys into in-game characters, Labo lets players build their own toys. With the help of the Switch Joy-Cons, players can create what Nintendo calls Toy-Cons, toys that can act as controllers for games, […]
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So far so good with Nintendo's reveal of Nintendo Labo for Switch. The company's reveal has boosted stock by 2.36%, so it seems investors are quite happy. On top of that, the reveal of Nintendo Labo became Twitter's top trending subject over in Japan. Looks like Nintendo might have another hit on their hands!
Nintendo sparked fierce debate Thursday with a new line of cardboard DIY accessories for its smash-hit Switch console, delighting some fans, but leaving others bemused by the low-tech offering.
Nintendo’s Switch console is getting a cute, quirky, and seemingly ingenious upgrade that will appeal to kids and the young at heart with the launch of its new Labo initiative. The idea is to use DIY cardboard kits to craft accessories for the Switch’s Joy-Con controllers and enable new modes of play, and new games as well. Show More Summary
Man, I just love the design of these boxes. Something about them screams fun to me. They manage to stay in line with Switch marketing, but still have a unique voice. Stuff that would look really nice sitting in a collection on a she...
A new interactive experience for the Switch.
A new interactive experience for the Switch.
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Today, nintendo announced their new LABO kits, an experiment that allows players to use cardboard models to create interactive accessories for the Switch console. Check it out, it looks REALLY cool: For those interested, the Robot LABO kit is currently available for pre-order via Amazon.com for $79.99. Show More Summary
The accessory kits let players build cardboard and string add-ons to popular games -- for a fantastic price.
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